Facking eh! I changed my mind again. How is this surprising?
Haha, this took me forever!! But I think it was worth it. I like it. I'm proud.
I've been really into the works of and lately. I adore "Spike" and "Lackadaisy". And something that I noticed with both of these lovely women's styles, as well as 's works, it's that they have this ability to give each of their characters a unique look. So much so that if you take off hair and clothes and that, you can still recognize the characters, baldness and nakedness aside.
Specifically with and 's works, they also draw anthropomorphic characters. And I personally adore it.
But also, I noticed and realized how much easier it would be for me to separate races if I used anthrop. characters! Obviously I'm going to work on people and being able to learn how different races have different head structures, etc. But for some reason I have it in my head that learning to draw animals will help with my drawing people.
Don't frikkin ask because I don't know.
But anyway, I figure that there's also symbolism behind my making animal characters. You'll see why.
And I apologize if this Artist comment makes zero sense. It's 10:30p here and I haven't been getting the bestest of sleep lately, so I'm kind of out of it.
I'd stay to upload more characters, but I also have a meeting/business dealing at 9:15 tomorrow morning because dad doesn't want to do it
So, here's Mahikan!
And don't give me any crap about literalness. You have never seen me go full literal.
Also, sorry for the ass-ugly watermarks, I really don't want this stolen.