So onto some improvements..
To improve the technique, i would use more shading and colour to add something to it! That would also help with the impact too, to make it stand out more!! Also, try drawing it a bit bigger! That will mean that you can add more detail! This would make it a lot easier! X)
To improve the technique, all i can suggest is to practice!! Start working on adding colour and shading to it, but stay true to your style! Its looking good already though!
But yeah! X)
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This is a really cute image, it has a lot of great emotion and thought put into it. I really enjoy the splash of blue in the background and the shape of the image, instead of relaying on the square piece of paper. It makes it more interesting for the eye to look at.
My first suggest is to add some more contrast to the image. Even if you want a lighter feel to the picture, it’s still important to put deep, medium, and light shadows in the image to add depth to your characters. The other advice I can give is to work on your anatomy some more. While the position is looks good, the arm is a little too long on the boy and his eyes are not quite even.
I hope this was helpful, keep up the great work.
I don't really like sticking to square any more after going through my first beginning drawing class.
That's the sad thing about art classes, especially beginning ones in high school. (I don't know what grade level you're in, I've already been through college XD) Art classes take important things and passionate artists and make it almost unbearable.
It was a uni-level art class.
totally love this style, keep it up!