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This is the mascot of my website. Her name is Burrito-tan. This was drawn on card stock with pencil, markers and pens.

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Nice work

I like her facial expression although I am not quite sure if her pose suggests balancing or evading in surprise.
The black and white is pretty cool, but it makes her look a little like a waitress becouse of her dress and the Alice band in her hair.

What I like to know is what size the sheet of card stock is and what thickness and surface texture was used?

upon responds:

She's a waitress in this illustration actually! I should have included a tray of food or something to further the imagery. I'm not even sure what she's doing, haha. The card stock was standard letter size. I don't remember how thick it was but it was pretty smooth I guess!

I love your stuff

Your amazing. What is it that gives fortunate people like you such talent. I would suggest adding color but I think such high contrast is one of the things that gives her such charm. Theres a certain kind of class in a black-and-white piece.

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