Ozy And Millie: Early creative efforts

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  13 comments for “Ozy And Millie: Early creative efforts

    • I don’t know. With the style change, they actually seem to be growing up, and it’s rather interesting to see when usually children-based comics don’t do that.

      • They are growing up – they’re eight at the start of the comic, but then in the cast page they’re said to be ten.

    • I didn’t like it when the style first switched, and I thought the new one looked weird, but now I prefer the newer style.

      • All artists do this. As “everyone’s” talents become better as they go on. The more you draw, the better you become. Nothing weird about that

  1. I can’t imagine how much effort it must’ve taken to go back and try to satisfactorily emulate the old style. When you’ve gotten used to doing something a certain way for so long that it’s changed and evolved on its own to be more comfortable and efficient, to consciously force such a regression is rarely easy.

  2. For my money I think your newer style is really excellent. Your old one was good, but definitely seemed a bit rough around the edges.

  3. It’s a good imitation of the original style, but their feet should be shaped like pumpernickel rolls instead of papayas.

    Wait, did I just comment on the shape of their feet by comparing them to food? I hope no one thinks I’m creepy.

  4. I know I won’t change anything by saying this, but I like Dana’s old style better… It’s unique, which I like. I’m the guy who likes to tell people random facts about the nervous system of bugs, so I think I can say a thing or two about being unique.

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