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Lion-O-VS-He-Man Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2015
Lots of Cool stuff here
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BabaKinkin Featured By Owner Feb 27, 2015
dude i love your art omg 
have you ever done any tutorials on anything??? im having a hell of a time trying to draw characters consistently and actually building a style that i want to keep for more than a week, its like i cant find a style that can stay consistent but portray all my characters in the right way bluh
o god srry im rantING SORRY
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Xamag Featured By Owner Mar 1, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Well here's a couple of step-by-steps I've done, and here's a crappy old speedpaint, but I just suck at tutorials. 
As for the style, I honesly thought the same like four years ago, that I can't find a consistent style. The thing is, style is just the most comfortable way for you to draw. It's the shapes and curves your hand is used to produce and your eye enjoys seeing, nothing else. And we all have different hands and preferences, so technically everyone has their own style :J So all it takes is just some time and practice to notice.
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BabaKinkin Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2015
ooo those are great thanks!
nah i actually prefer step by step things C: i like that you use the blocking things out instead of drawing lines for the first sketch, i always loved that method(annoys me that i cant do it w traditional stuff tho ahhh)
thats a good way of lookin at it actually
like,,, extrapolatoing on the most basic 10 second sketch you would do so u keep the character of it but improve the technical skill??? idk
thaNKS THO MAN THAT WAS SUPER HELPFUL I APPRECIATE IT 3:
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askalisonlindle Featured By Owner Feb 14, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi. My name is katrine. My daughter was showing me your art as it is one of her favourite pages. I was interested in discussing whether you are interested in freelancing for drawing art as I might have a project that you might be interested in. I also am an artist but have run out of time on task available for me as I am wearing too many hats in the project so need to step back into managing the project flow. I can forward you more information if you are interested. Could you let me know of ballpark pricing....so I can take it from there. Email contact. 40snowwhite@gmail.com
look forward to hearing from you. 
Regards katrine
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thepassingclouds Featured By Owner Sep 3, 2014
You are one of my absolute favorite artists on DA for having so much individual personality come through in all of your character studies - it's very inspiring to see. Please continue to use your gift, for your benefit and ours :) 
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Xamag Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you! :hug:
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BurningTigah Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Ooo, I love your style! I wish I had the time to just go through your gallery and fave all of it! xD
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sockergris Featured By Owner Aug 21, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hi!! You're a huge inspiration to me, and I was hoping you wouldn't mind if I asked you some stuff?? Your character designs are all really wonderful and diverse, and I love how you do stylized anatomy and different faces and ahh gosh * _ * Is there anything you treat as a rule of thumb w/ character design? Can you provide some tips for someone who's just getting out of their sameface phase? Your style feels very flexible and I have a lot of problems with my drawings coming out very stiff and the poses being extremely same-y because of me being scared to experiment. ((If I draw something I don't like it can kill my motivation for the rest of the day, haa |D))
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Xamag Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! Yeah, I know that feeling :XD: I probably should make a tutorial on that in the future, but I'm bad at explaining things. I don't think there's any other way to begin understanding shapes and fluidity other than practising and studying other people's work, but you can try this thing as a fun exercise. Just draw a random shape and fill it in. It's really entertaining and helps getting some unexpected designs that I wouldn't come up with myself.
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