I love all of these!
Mommy of two rowdy boys and illustrator of pretty/happy things. Represented by Wendylynn & Co. Trying to explore new styles and delve more into children's book illustration.
Hey guys, I have a goal to go to the summer conference in LA this year. I haven't started travel planning yet, but I'm willing to drive or fly. If I'm going alone, I will most likely fly, but driving would be an option if there were people to pick up along the way, share gas costs, and potentially hotel costs (I'd share a hotel room with another woman if there was someone interested).
So... anybody thinking about going? July 29-Aug 1 I think - Registration is in April, so I am getting word out early that I'm interested in having a travel buddy.
Going but not in Idaho/Utah? It would still be fun to "know" someone there
So, I feel like I was waiting for someone to tell me to reconsider the snake's face... I didn't like it, but I didn't want to redo it... I don't usually draw mean looking animals, or "cool" stuff... ha! My stuff might be described as cute... not cool. But I did redraw it and think it will bring a cool factor.
And... I think the flat legs are a perspective issue... I'm probably not nailing it, but they flatten out because of the higher perspective... I like the movement of the snake, so call me stubborn, but thank you so much for the input @nowayme
So if anybody has color suggestions i'm still open to comments, I'll keep saturation on the girl and snake, I think I like the colors chosen... hopefully I can pull off a funky print of some sort. @nowayme Thanks for the added suggestion, it was good for me to look at the feet again - kneeling is a hard position to hit... especially if I want to keep this girl in a dress. I adjusted the foot down a bit and did my own little draw over to double check things. better? @natiwata i knocked down the chest and made her head just a little bigger... faded out those lines too... hopefully I can pull this one off Thanks ya'll