They're quite different now. Better.
The theme is usually similar, since I'm a big fan of fantastic worlds, but using digital medias helped me a lot to improve my works, so well, of course, they have not a lot in common now!
I have better drawing skills by getting older and my current illustrations have nothing to do with my drawings as a child.
I am smarter and I am not chewing my marker's tips any more and I am lucky enough to still feel the same excitement when I am drawing.
In some ways, subject matter wise, the illustrations are so similar to my childhood drawings...
I keep drawing girls in nice clothes like when I was 10!
My current drawings now are quite different from those I drew as kid. When I was little I loved to draw aliens and monsters fighting. Now I largely focus on characters and environments. Though my early endeavors into creature design and the violence I used to love drawing as a child still maintains a firm presence in much of my work.
Waaaaay different! There isn't even a comparison any more. My drawings as a child are clearly naive and ill-planned. But, most children draw that way, and there's nothing wrong with it. We can't all come out of the womb painting like masters. It's fun looking back at some of it, though.
hm. Curious point of view.
I think they are the same.At the heart. Only with a little more thinking.
well , they are extremely more developped, as of today, i can draw pretty much anything without reference, as a child, most of what i drew was biased by my simplicity of mind
My cartoons are similar. Otherwise, I've moved a bit beyond the castles and battle scenes that dominated my childhood palette.
my mom said, i have a very special line and character . and my character as i did when i was a child, brings me to my current drawings right now.
They are hardly similar at all. As a child, I used to draw mostly animals, and I attempted designing human anatomy similar to the Disney patterns. Now, my style is bolder, more detailed and, on occasions, bordering on grotesque. I now specialize in drawing human figures, often with demonic hints, emphasizing on the bone structure and the details in the visual flaws rather than the simplistic, wholesome beauty of the shape of the body.
Not similar at all! :) Back then I loved to draw lots of animals in love and cute animal families, I even dabbled in Anime style for a bit. For now I do a lot of sexy female pinups and caricature like expressions on my animal drawings
The only real similarity is that it's still based in cartoonish, violent humor, and that I still use nothing but spare parts to do drawings (ie. Found pens, scraps of board)
quite far from similar lol, but I still like to draw action sequence, same when I was a child