Hey, guys. I've been a long-time lurker of these forums, and a long-time reader of PA (obviously).
I'm a comic artist (again, just putting the obvious out there.); it's a goal of mine to have something printed out in actual book format. But, anyway.
Here's a little showing of how my art has evolved within the last three years; starting from the earliest to the latest.
(This one is one of my personal favorites.)
(I tried to pay more attention to detail during this revamp of my strip)
As you can see, by the last one (I'm sorry if the size of these strips are a little weird.) I'm trying to break away from that annoying anime trend. I've been solely studying American comic strips, and incorporating the things that I've learned into my own drawing. This last strip is very simple, but as long as I keep taking reference shots, I think I'll be fine.
I personally find the latest incarnation of my comic to be the most exressive (I'm working on a 25 facial expression(s) sheet at the moment.) of all the styles I've tried to adapt to.
Anyway, I'll stop blabbing on and on; if you want to comment and critique, you're more than welcome to!
Making the world a funnier place, one comic and punch-line at a time.