For the past while I've been tasked with drawing a sasquatch for a Texas Cryptids compendium-comic. While planning the creature design I decided to have fun with it and try out a variety of styles, sorta hoping that the spitballing-process would unlock some sort of attitude or features that I might not have thought of otherwise. I feel like the design still has a few things yet to be resolved before it's a final product, but it is at least pretty unique as sasquatches go -- And some of the cartoonier designs, while not appropriate for the task, are kinda going somewhere.
I'd still like to have more control over my technique. As a line-artist in a service studio I'm supposed to pride myself on versatility -- And all the drawings, however different they are, still came from the same school of thought. A real challenge of artistic range would be to identify your hallmarks and learn to break them. The question for me is, where do you start?