Indeed, especially the one in the lower left-hand corner. That face reminds me of Disney back when they didn't continually throw out schlock just to pay the bills (meaning sometime last century). Very expressive.
Funny you mention that. That image is a study of the Sherrif of Nottingham from Robin Hood. Though it actually has more of a Don Karnage vibe to it. I'm basically trying to study how other people construct their faces since I basically designed my characters in a vacuum. I purposely didn't want my style to resemble an existing one at first inception. But now that I've more or less established my style, I want to try other things.
Here's a sampler lage I'm working on. The first panel is going to be an overhead shot of teh building they're in with dialogue about going to dinner. Panel five is supposed to have ryan saying "be careful" or something like that. There will be a second page too.
Thanks. I'm really trying to pay attention to the eyes and give the characters different eye shapes. I'm still working on folds in clothing too. But I still suck at contrapposto because I don't practice enough.
I was asked to make a scribbly drawing at work. Later I was told that it's going to be used in an ad and it's supposed to look like a small child drew it. If I had known that, I would've ignored my knowledge of perspective.