I'd have to say this has occurred about 17+ years into the future. But this is very nicely done, at least for basic assets of digital drawings, but I do think some further coloring and shading could have been done to this picture for even greater physical appearance and detail, but it's still good work. Lilo looks like she is either in her twenty's or early thirty's by this picture. Where Stitch still looks cute and fluffy and quite young, But then again, i don't think experiments age. But that is typical cartoon logic for you, at least in most aspects. But I still have to say for the thousandth time, great work, and leaves much to be imagined here. Good luck and hope to see more great Lilo and Stitch Art. *Thumbs Up*
It's a nice pic. Digital art takes a bit of time to master just like any kind of art, and after a while you just get used to it almost as much as you're used to the pencil. If you believe you're missing something, test your limits! Add shine in the water, grain in the sand, shading on the characters, whatever! You should never limit yourself. No limits! Art's like that. Other than that, this picture looks pretty accurate and both characters look pretty good in this picture. Remember: keep practicing. Anyone can draw, write, or sing if they have the courage to try.
Exactly as it should be...Lilo and Stitch growing up together. Lilo looks absolutely gorgeous here, you have really captured her so well. And Stitch looks his usual cute self, but I can see a hint of a more grown up experiment there. Maybe its his full four-armed form that he has grown to not hide anymore, or a more mature way of him, instead of his younger mischievous and destructive Stitch we were used to in his earlier years
Oh this is SO cute! Those poses are so them. I think i may have figured out what's missing though: Water froth. The water just blends into the sand instead of breaking. Also I'm noticing around the lineart that there's background bleed through, are you drawing and coloring on the same layer? It's a lot easier to color smoothly when the lineart is on its own layer with the color layer under it. I put EVERYTHING on its own layer so most of my pieces have up to 100 layers sometimes.
This is absolutely fantastic. You've created a character that actually looks like Lilo grown up. Also huge points for making a G-rated "grown up" disney character. Apparently most people think grown up means throwing them in the skimpiest outfit they can think of. You should be very proud!