Ooooh, that's awesome
I love their expressions and the shading! Do you mind if I put a copy on my fanart page?
I hope that you find a good school to study at
I think small schools are good because you get more attention from the teacher. In my drawing classes, there were always at least 30 students, so I didn't get much one-on-one help.
*lol* I didn't write the worst part in my faq... Most of my teachers weren't too bad, but one of them was a total jerk. When I started the class, we had to list any disabilities that could affect our classwork. Well, I have no nerves in my fingers (I was in a car accident in the winter on a really cold night and they didn't find my car for 11 hours because I was on a back road. I managed to freeze my fingers so badly that the nerves were damaged... so now I can't feel anything with my fingers
) Well, one day, we were given a half hour to draw whatever we wanted, so I drew Winnie (well, an earlier version of her, anyway). When I was about done, my teacher walked by and said something like, 'I suppose I can allow this, since you can't do real art with those fingers of yours'.
Ooooh, did that make me mad... I was already very sensitive about my clumsy fingers, without hearing that! Fortunately, not all of my teachers were so mean! I hope you end up with great teachers who understand the art of comicing