And with different fur color.
Garfield universe has always been having issues with coherence, which also applies to characters' names.
I can't tell, but congratulations on your promotion. :)
They still maintain the Wiki.
Anyway, I voted for your promotion and I'm waiting for the remaining admins to make their decisions.
I need to consult that with the remaining admins on the Wiki.
I'd also make Odie's paws longer, but still looks good for a first drawing.
Neat, just I have one tip for the future - when you take photos of your drawings, place them on a flat surface and make sure the light source will fade from above, so the picture won't have streaks.
You can also trim them in MS Paint to remove unwanted edges.
I begin sketches on paper, then I scan them into .jpg format, then I complete them in Photoshop.
Indeed, I used to draw them with long tails until 2015, where females got bushy tails. As for eye size, I draw them 49%-51% of the face, as it can be seen here https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/garfield/images/e/e8/Garfelony_comics_V5.png/revision/latest?cb=20191230210243
I gave you my opinions about your drawings. How about if you return the favour on my works https://garfield.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:TeeJay87/My_artworks
My pleasure. Glad I could do at least that much.
I'll try asking them to have a look, but I can't promise anything.
Typical Garfield - he interprets stuff for his favor. ;)
Just because you don't receive as many comments as you wish to get below your sketches, it doesn't mean nobody else views them.
I post my works on my art blog here https://garfield.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:TeeJay87/My_artworks and on Fanart Central http://www.fanart-central.net/pictures/user/TeeJay87 The latter proves that people do view those, just only few are willing to leave comments below them.
You don't need the Discussion feature to post your drawings, you can do so on your userpage as well.
Now I see the details from the first comics strip. The second one is actually closer in terms of humor to Jim Davis's originals.
Can't read Garfield's quote in the last panel.
Looking forward to see those.
Any first better graphic editor has the option to rotate images - you just need to open the picture in such program and adjust it.
There's a software variety to choose from - you have available Adobe Photoshop, Paint Shop Pro, GIMP, CorelDRAW, or their freeware counterparts.
We've been gathering the infomation about comics and motion pictures since at least 2011 - you won't find a better Garfield universe's database in the cyberspace.