How come my cartooning style is stiff and lifeless where as this is fluid and dynamic even though it's a still pose? I mean, I've done the whole "line of action" thing to establish the pose, but is there something else I'm missing?
1- You're starting to work with line of action, but you by no means have nailed it. Keep working at it until it's second nature. 2- Are you familiar with the principle of silhouetting? It goes hand in hand with line of action. 3- Are you using any other kind of construction?
I've been working on this project called "Sketckes on a Train" where I fill the pages of a sketchbook with illustrations based on what I'm feeling at the time. One if these days, I'm going to get around to scanning and posting them here.
Lol. It shouldn't be. This is far from the first sexy girl drawing in here. That said, usually I'm pitching shows to children's networks, so this type of thing wouldn't be useful. This time, it's different...
I'm kinda new to you, even though I knew you were the creator of one of my favorite nick toon cartoons Moobeard. Never thought you'd do something for adults(then again, it never hurts to do anything different).
I remember you had a collaboration pitch for an adult show with Yenny creator Dave Alaverz. If this is for an adult show, I will say we need some more cartoony animated adult shows. Those are hard to come by, the last one I remember that was an adult cartoony styled show was Ralph Bakshi's Spicy City.