I appreciate the suggestion though "Chibi" to me, anyway, is really heavily based on how the person wants to draw it. I don't know that I could make a tutorial on the process, as it might just turn out like one of those "draw like me" tutorials which I'm highly opposed to XD
I see... When I say tutorial I just mean like mainly the pose and proportions, not much on the details, so i guess it wont really be a "draw like me" tutorial But it's ok if you dont want to of course...
Wow i have always shaded my characters like on the first little girl. But i had always that feeling of "this is not quite right". My country thanks you miss Fyuvix, and we'll repay the favor with a payment of no less than 4 potatoes per mont. uw˙
It's easy to think that because cel shading is a "simpler" coloring style, one doesn't have to pay much attention to the forms they're shading. Nothing could be further from the truth and this tutorial makes that clear. Not that I'm an expert, but paying more attention to the forms I'm shading has been helping me improve my cel shading approach.
Not that I know anything about cel shading, but to me the first one looks more appealing to the eyes. The last one has very saturated colors and it looks more like the sun is right in her face. While the first one has more soft colors and it doesn't hurt the eyes at all.