Actually… I thought perhaps there should have been more kitties in Greece. But oh well, I’ll live with the fifty thousand ones I met.
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New style! Nice! How long has this been in development?
Actually I didn’t really think of it as a style… I think my human characters are always changing look because I’m never sure how best to draw them. Also I knew I couldn’t get to a scanner in time for this one so drew it all on the compie.
I was gonna say I like the new style/brighter colors (I guess for Greece specifically?)
but Pingu beat me to it.
http://youtu.be/xUJJEtdRKvc also immediately remembered this.
An old friend of mine travels to Greece every year. He told me that whenever he went to a restaraunt with seating outside, the kitties would be sitting, waiting to snatch his din-dins if they could get at it.
@Auilix, having thought about your comment “never sure how to draw them”, I think the Uncanny Valley rules apply to drawings of humans as much they do for robots and mannequins. The closer one draws a human to look like a human, the freakier it is when the human isn’t drawn *exactly like* the real thing. I suggest that unless you like putting lots of painstaking work into your drawings of humans, that you keep away from the dip of the Uncanny Valley.
sounds like a nice place to visit i may have to visit 1 day to see the kitties roaming the streets
Very Bryan Lee O’Malley-esque. I like.
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