A sketch and paint doodle thrown together out of my imagination.
When drawing I often don’t ‘see’ what I’m after but rather work my way through the feel of the subject matter with additional emphasis on what might be expected to be in any particular location. For instance, if the subject matter is ‘snake’ then some basic criteria automatically starts to come into play. If ‘girl’ then very different criteria prevail. In this way the outcome is more logical than expressly creative but more often than not that works out okay.
The basic idea of ‘girl with snake’ is inspired by some young girls who have no fear of snakes. Too crazy.
Me. I don’t care for ’em.
Snakes that is.
Girls are okay. 😉
Fans of anime (and animation in general) should check this site out.
The site is in Japanese but there are a lot of English titles and subtitling.
The movies are collected into categories such as アクション
(Action), キャラクター(character), etc. and further broken down into subcategories (such as various animals, example: tori (bird), kuma (bear) etc.) under the character category):
Haven’t used Mischief in a very long time so cracked it open and doodled a little.
For those interested there are free and paid versions.
The primary difference (although there are others) is that the paid version has layers.
The main benefit to using Mischief? The infinite canvas.
Here’s their site: https://www.madewithmischief.com/
And here’s a Mishief doodle converted and colored in OpenToonz: