I’ve been working on some new styles. Which do you prefer?

Any­one who knows me knows I love to exper­i­ment. For me try­ing new things is very much a part of my cre­at­ive life. Learn­ing some­thing new, try­ing and test­ing is pro­gress.

 

 

I don’t stand still for long.

Is that good or bad, what do you think?

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4 Responses to I’ve been working on some new styles. Which do you prefer?

  1. Which do I prefer? I prefer all of them.…I think being flex­ible like the way you are here, is great. It presents many poten­tial styles to many poten­tial art dir­ect­ors, cre­at­ive dir­ect­ors, edit­ors etc. Keep up the great “flex­ible” work!

    • Miko says:

      You are a gen­tle­man sir. Thank you so much, it is so import­ant to get feedback…especially pos­it­ive.

  2. Bryan says:

    I agree with Dan. Con­sist­ency is import­ant for an intern­al body of work (e.g. a spe­cif­ic strip prob­ably shouldn’t stray across dif­fer­ent styles)… but dif­fer­ent strips/​ideas/​themes might be bet­ter suited to one style over anoth­er.
    Being a style chamele­on is the green grass on the oth­er side of the fence for those who only have one sol­id style.

    • Miko says:

      Nice one, thanks Bry­an. Yes I agree with both of you, to change the style of a children’s book say, on each page would be totally con­fus­ing and incon­sist­ent. I have to say I love exper­i­ment­ing with styles it also makes me more com­mer­cially viable, because, to put it basic­ally, a ser­i­ous style requires a ser­i­ous illus­tra­tion, visa versa and all in between.