I love the imperfect strokes that form every line.. And I don't know if it's just me, but I didn't notice the bear until the second time I looked at this picture. I don't know if he was meant to blend in like that, but I think it's really cool. The general air of the character is.. Well, it's rather well expressed, in it's own cartooney way [as well as that of the bear].
If the background was made to be walls, then I believe that it's very flawed. Each, er, "square pad," whatever you want to call it, is too distanced from each other and I also find that the form just isn't right. To me, the wall looks more like some kind if.. background, if you will, of big rectangular lights. I don't know if this is plausible, but it's my opinion.
Oh! And I have a question. Two, in fact. What medium did you use to draw the final deviation, and what is this fanart of?
lol...thank you for commenting so much! I've never recieved such a large comment before.
The medium I used [in the majority of my inkings] is called a Pilot P-500 Extra Fine point pen. I love these pens to death. And these characters are from a comic called Johnny the Homicidal Maniac. Its written by Jhonen Vasquez. I noticed the walls were super wrong when I first started doing them. And I feel like redoing the whole thing....no the bear [shmee] is NOT supposed to blend in at all....but he ended up blending anyways. I probly should have stayed with using graphite! and now i wish I did...
When I really started to notice my wall mistakes, I tried to overlap them - but it didn't work well either....I think the one thing I will redo is the wall pads, they look horrible! thanks again!
You're very welcome. And if this is worth anything, I actually like how the bear turned out. But I suppose it's more important that the artist be satisfied with his or her work, ne? Oh, and good luck if you do end up reworking this a bit.