MadeinMich saidYour faces are creative. They remind me of Tim Burton Princess Bride. The figures or bodies of the characters need a little work. I understand they're just caracatures but they look more like a ten year old drew the bodies. Although, that could be what you're going for.
I agree that they remind me of Tim Burton - creepy in that cartoony way. But I don't think your bodies need much further improvement. It's the style - every cartoon has it's own unique and distinct style. Surely you wouldn't say a show like The Fairly Odd Parents needs to work on the bodies...
*nod* they're fine as they are, if that's what you're aiming for, because once they're in motion and there is story and dialogue it'll flesh them out.
I always really saw it as a stage thing but drawing them helps me write. I can see it being a bomb animated musical. The songs I'm writing for it are like a mix of 80's new wave and classical music. It's taken about 4 years to write the songs.
Also if anyone is confused in order these are the different classic movie monsters represented also there's some Alice in Wonderland characters and mythological English characters thrown in:
Dr. Jekyll and Mr, Hyde
The Bride of Frankenstein
The Creature from the Black Lagoon
The White Queen
The Hunchback of Notre Dame
The Phantom of the Opera
The Lady of the Lake
And although he's not shown Merlin is in the mix as well
I did one today with Twiddle Dee, Twiddle Dum, a mole person, Sherlock Holmes and a fortune teller character.
I'm stumped on how to come up with a good Jabberwocky design so if anyone has any good suggestions I'm so open.