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Date
09/28/2013
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1704 x 2033 px
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Finally got around to coloring those inks. I think is the first time I ever digitally colored my own traditional inks.

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VicariousEVicariousE

Rated 5 / 5 stars

That's really impressive dude! Lots of good styles on display.


beastkid7 responds:

Thanks, V!


JakBaronKingJakBaronKing

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Ever wonder why in cartoons, some characters have unrealistic features and others do?

Like some have 4 fingers and others have 5 fingers.

Some have just dots for eyes and others have well defined eyes.

I suppose it makes certain characters more distinctive and unique. Easier to recognize.

I like the color choices. But you might be overusing red too much in most of your characters.

Try looking at some fashion magazines and get idea of color pallets and combinations.


beastkid7 responds:

Yeahman, I was just watching Dexter's Lab and thinking the same thing. Unlike Powerpuff girls the citizens are really detailed. Comically so, I think.

I don't even know the name of these characters, this was just a color exercise. I limited myself to those three colors. But, I do agree I use this pallet alot, fashion mags would be a good place to look for a broader sense of clothing style as well.