Steven Universe in the style of Rick and Morty ~ Challenge of the Month
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Steven Universe in the style of Rick and Morty ~ Challenge of the Month

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Original: http://sta.sh/01kzi9dhxquf
My Deviantart: http://fireball2cool.deviantart.com/
Speed-Draw (for proof): https://youtu.be/5mJyaccol-Q

This is for Jazza's COTM for June, where the topic is Style Swap. So for my drawing I drew a scene from Steven Universe, where Steven and Pearl are in a spaceship, and fittingly, I chose to draw it in the style of Rick and Morty, cause, you know, Rick has a spaceship. I couldn't really change much, except for the eyes, the nose, and partly the ears. Unfortunately my computer is broken as well so I had to do it traditionally.
Anyway, hope this suffices. This is my FIRST time doing a COTM, and I'm hoping I'll get lucky, but I probably won't. There are a lot of better artists than me.

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It's pretty good but I think to properly show the style of Rick and Morty, Steven's chub cheek should've been slimmed down like in Rick and Morty


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AlbertsArt responds:

That is what I thought as well after completing it, although I wasn't sure whether to.
I'll change it and update it, if it's allowed ^^'


Well done, you need to remove Styleswap in the title. It is showing up in both categories.


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AlbertsArt responds:

Thanks, wouldn't have realised it

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AlbertsArt
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5.00 / 5.00

Uploaded
Jun 11, 2017 | 3:32 PM EDT
File Info
2592 x 1936 px
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1.2 mb
Tags
draw-with-jazza
steven-universe
rick-and-morty
b-styleswap

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