Nice Stuff, Sarah as always. Btw, I added your link to my blog.
Sweet job!!! As usual....;O) keep it up! :OP
I'm pretty much in love with your style, very good. I'm sure that Lemmie guy will cheer her up soon!
Being able to draw is one thing, but being able to draw narratively is whole different level. Obviously, the "Dragon Girl" story shows that you can do it, and so does this piece. So many little clues that set up story here - expressions, poses, even little details like the party hat.I am looking forward to your graphic novel.
Lemmie's eyes are killing me! Awesome job Sarah.
Uh-oh... He's thinkin' about eatin' her...
how cute!greetz from bruxelles
AAH! killing me with CUTE!!
This has a fantastic looseness to it and some more great expressions. Love both character designs too. Tyson is right, seems like all your art tells a story.
Awww. What about your un-birthday? I don't want to celebrate by myself.Great sketch.:)=
hey Sarah , It´s reallywonderful, i think that , this one got a felling , i like over all the face girl!
I love Lemmie. What a great character.
Flippin fantastic.I love Lemmie.
Thanks everyone! It was going to be for the Toon Club blog, but I haven't had a chance to post it yet :)
beautiful!! Love the soft pink color scheme, it add to the mood!!
Both characters are really great, I especially like the Lemmie, but that's just me I have a thing for monsters....
that's very cute. nice work.
Whoa!!! haven't been here since...yesterday..hahaI visit your blog every morning, my daily cup of tea for inspiration, thank you.
You should post this on Toon Club... I love it! The party hat is a great touch on the pink beast. I always love your work... you do beautiful stuff.
awesome! Such great feeling. Your sense of proportion is very appealing.
sweet artwork love the looseness of your lines absolute fab!
muy buen trabajo! me encanta el diseño de personajes! el moustruito es exelente! benja
Wow your drawings are so great, well I guess you don't need me to tell you that, I really love the way you draw long flowing hair. Forgive me for sounding like a novice....but I am one. I'm completely new to all of this, and I've been nosing through lots of blogs and it seems there are a lot of animation/drawing/character design people. I haven't come across too many female animators yet (you're the first!) and I find it very inspiring to see your work.I'm just starting out on the $100,000 Animation Drawing Course online (and it shows!)and I was wondering if you had the time, maybe you could take a look at my efforts so far and possibly give any advice or tips you may have. It would be greatly appreciated.
I like your style...I especially like the sprite in your blog title.
this is great! what do you normally draw/sketch/color with?-mattshepherd.blog.com
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