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So I am an amateur...cartoon...artist? Enthusiast? Someone who is trying to draw cartoons, but who is not good at it at present. One of those. I was curious, what advice do you pros out there have for drawing the same character over and over again? It is something that has always eluded me. I try to draw up expression sheets for characters and they never look like the same guy. I gather this is probably because the shapes that I use to create them never come out the same, but I'm not sure how to make that happen.
Here is a little expression sheet I did just to give you guys an example of what I'm talking about, as well as give you something of my own work to maybe help us figure out what exactly I need to improve on to achieve this goal.
(A great deal of the trouble here is specific to the fact that I am new to Wacom tablets and drawing with them kind of hurts my hand and never seems to come out right, but I still have similar trouble drawing the same thing multiple times with any medium.)