This little non-comic (I say non- because it's only one panel. Otherwise it'd be like saying you have a sandwich cookie when you only have half of an Oreo and no creme filling) is a scene we encountered a few times while trying to find a suitable place to live. You'd never think it was so hard to find a place Takai could stand up straight in. Just what are they thinking when they design these places?
long limbed characters are so great like every one of Tim burtons drawings
It is a great image and i hope you make more like it.. Always good to see this kind of Art
Wonder what you would do with the theme of 3 girls talking. Two average height, one pretty Tall and than this very Tall girl walking by..
and of course the text from one of the 2 average girls "I thought you were tall" .. a great image to work with face-expressions.
Aw, screw it. It's a great picture and you're one of my favorite artists.
I'm glad you like my art though, despite it's occasional inconsistencies!
And I'm not on the way out! Not yet! I just have a lot going on right now. I still draw every day, but I haven't had enough time to sit down and finish coloring and shading a picture! (I can draw and color on the train, but shading requires me to actually sit at my computer for extended periods of time.)
A lot of her clothes are bought off the rack and modified (we have several sundresses that have been converted into tops) and others are either special ordered or made by her mother, who's a pretty good tailor, even if her choice in fabrics is a little eccentric.
There are other things that cause us some issue, though. When we go to find her shoes, she rarely ever finds anything in her size. Also, when we go out to eat, if we get a booth, she generally has nowhere to put her legs, and the table tends to cut into her stomach. If we get a table though, her legs usually stretch out past the opposite seat, so either way, it makes things a little awkward.
Or is she used to it by now?
i love mini-gts <3
and who knows what goes in some peoples minds when they make a place.