Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
I'm no master of drawing but I'm always practicing to be one. I do get some praise every now and then, but there's always room for improvement. I keep on drawing to get better and better.
And then, I'll be a good enough draftsman to be an animator one day. Just like Milt Kahl, Bill Tytla, Ollie Johnston, Frank Thomas, Glen Keane, Mark Henn, Eric Larson, Andreas Deja, Wolfgang Reitherman. Those are all great animators that I admire a lot.
I mostly draw characters. I could draw background too but they always seem to lack depth and they don't feel
My style, which applies to my work in general, is kept simple and easy to read. When I add detail, I try to make it enhance my drawing. Faces are very important when I draw the characters. I try to make them easy to read with little gap as possible between the character and the emotion. If I want the faces to be funny, I would exaggerate it. The poses, I try to make them unique because in real life, no one makes the exact same poses even if you try to mimic someone. At the same time, they must tell the emotion of the characters I draw. I drew inspiration from watching a LOT of Disney movies and Dreamworks stuff.