How did you learn to draw and paint like Koogi? It's a style I absolutely adore but I can't figure it out, any pointers?? (Love your work btw!!)
Thanks so much for the encouragement!! ♥
For the most part my drawing style has been something I’ve already been quite comfortable drawing in since a long time ago, but I find that the traits that make Koogi’s drawings look the way they do is mostly in the colouring - the scenes use a lot of desaturated colours, cel shading and gradient overlays over the top of each picture - use a large red soft brush (for tension) or blue, green, yellow, white brushes with an overlay/multiply effect for more casual scenes. For the backgrounds, feel free to use textures to overlay over the surface (season 2 tends to have more of this style of rendering for the backgrounds) to give the overall image a more complete feel.
I hope this helps! ♥