"bluh bluh bluh" You've already heard enough of my praise... so let's get down to saying something useful so I can get credit for blog comments. Shapes are on point, diversity of faces and body types also on point, storytelling/emotion factor also on point. What you can benefit from is studying perspective and depth of space. Have a character in the foreground and then another supporting character in the back so we can get a sense space instead of flat 2d world. Same with the feet, for appropriate gestures have one leg in the distance while the other one closer to us is bold and larger, and exaggerate that. But of course, doin' good. My comment here is done.
Ah! Characterization, story telling, shaping can all be found in these sketches. They flow beautifully and look organic. The poses are greatly exaggerated as well. However, the perspective is a little weak, but that can be strengthened with some practice and more sketching. Even though these are stylized, the feet could use a little work with structure and exaggeration, but once again that can be strengthened with some practice and more drawing. Keep up the great work!
Classic Cat! i love how you're keeping just enough detail in to tell what's going on. and you add such great stories to these characters
Your sketches have such a nice flow, with some really cool curves and points in your linework. I think it does a nice job adding to the emotion of the gesture. The added touches of detail with your lines as well as the marker for shading really help them pop. Great stuff.