Firstly, what a cute concept! You've done a nice job creating an interesting image with the juxtaposition of the adorable bunny (complete with sparkly innocent eyes) with the unexpected weapon. It's a fun idea. Overall, though, I'd say the rudimentary shading keeps the image looking a little flat and simple. While it's okay to keep things stylized in a cartoon like this, spicing up your shading makes a big difference. I can see where you added some shadows, and that's a great start. However, they don't stand out enough to make the character feel round and real. Be bolder with your shading, extending it beyond the edge of a line and choosing shades that are darker than the base colour, but also draw from nearby tones on the colour wheel. You should also try adding selective highlights as well. Read up on lighting theory to get a better sense of how to approach shading and light sources. Keep up the good work!
First of all, thank you for your criticism. I really appreciate the feedback. I know what you mean about the shading and highlighting. I need to study it more. My style has the interesting flat shading cause that is my style that people know. I really do need to read up on the things you say though. Then I can shock some of my watchers with something new
Gotta love those evil bunnies. Love that expression of, "No, sir, I haven't just brutally maimed someone."
Never trusted cute animals
why such a cute bunny has a cruel side personality ;__;