Here in recent months, I'd definitely started to pick up drawing as a hobby again. One of the things I did fairly recently were a couple illustrations in a completely different art style.
Pretty basic chibi-style pieces, one was for a friend because they wanted something of their fantasy character, which looked nice. Very bubbly with a nice textured overlay that I think looks really nice over it. But pretty basic stuff.
Then, I know, my furfaggotry intensified, but whatever, it was an awesome character design I wanted to actually illustrate to 100% of what I'm capable. I do much more prefer the comic-book art style that I've developed here recently. I think it's the goal of most artists to find their own, unique expression in the sea of artists in the world and I think I'm pretty happy to have found my own.
I can draw non-furry characters just fine, I just tend not to. The majority of my clients for commissions being in the furry fandom and all. Hey, can't judge when it basically pays out like a full-time job on a weekly basis.
Jul 13 2016, 3:25 pm