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Okamigirl2013 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2016   Traditional Artist
QwQ I really love your art and hope you don't mind me watching you ;w;....is there a fav all button? DA needs to freakin make one I'm too lazy for this -3-
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Katie-W Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2016  Professional
I don't mind at all!  Thank you so much for the sweet comment and the watch! :)
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Okamigirl2013 Featured By Owner Mar 31, 2016   Traditional Artist
QwQ ....you noticed me... >w< I was noticed!
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Katie-W Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2016  Professional
Haha, of course! I don't get -that- many comments. :)
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Muffinz01 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 6, 2016
as you can tell maybe , your artstyle has grown on me to become quite the inspiration. It's unique and has this type of feel towards it but I LOVE it. It's really amazing and impressive, no flattering here! I could see you making a fighting game (like sgullgirls) or animation of some sorts.
However I must ask, with your remarcable skills, might you have any tips on the anatomy of the male / guy / bot anatomy and expressions?  It'd be of GREAT help for improving
idk why but yours is different in some way but it's reALLLY amaing I must say <3
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Katie-W Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2016  Professional
Thank you!  That's such a flattering compliment.  :)  I really appreciate your kind words.

As for anatomy, all I can say is to look at real people/models, etc.  My anatomy is far from perfect and is usually quite stylized and exaggerated... but I generally always try to look towards realistic reference in order to get things looking the way I want them.  'Human Anatomy for Artists' by Eliot Goldfinger... Or any of Andrew Loomis' books are helpful!  It's great to have some basic understanding of real anatomy so that you can make cartoonish anatomy appear solid and believable, despite it's exaggeration. 
As for expressions, its really the same advice.  Look at references or at yourself in a mirror.  I tend to work very loosely in the initial stages of drawing so I can get the expression I'm looking for.
www.lackadaisycats.com/exhibit…  <-- Here's some great advice (in a much better and more visual way than I could give!)

I hope this helps a little.  Thanks again!
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ColdWater2006 Featured By Owner Mar 2, 2015
Love your animals!!! Their super cute!!! Though your other work is really good to...I just really love your animals their simply adorable!!!
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Ruby-Hooves Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013
Great stuff, keep up the good work.
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Katie-W Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Professional
THanks very much!
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Hyede Featured By Owner Nov 30, 2012
Hey, still loving your drawings. ^__^ You know you can still put my character up right? You drew him so wonderfully I'd be honored for you to use him in your gallery again.
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