-Comment on this journal and I will choose one (maybe two) of your characters- the one(s) I like the most.
-But, you don't have to repost this in your journal if you don't want to.
A true tomboy, whose tough, no-nonsense personality is a hilarious foil to miniscule boyfriend, Andre.
This girl's wild imagination and predisposition toward mischief never fails to amuse.
She's SOOOOOO totally the cutest junior chef ever.
I really like this guy's design. It's very eccentric, and reminds me of Beetlejuice. And, I love villains.
(Bottom) We haven't seen much of this mustachioed space-fairing train, but I think it's a very fun and original character concept.
She doesn't talk, but her goofy appearance and personality speak for her. I also support female characters that are goofy and aren't traditionally photogenic, but not meant to be monstrously ugly.
This is kind of cheating, but some characters come in pairs, and you can't have one without the other. These two live up to their title with bombastic speech and impossibly high standards, in comically tiny packages.
A lovable combination of cuteness and a very derpy form of insane, with a high octane enthusiasm thrown in.
I like the design, with the glasses and sweater. Very cute and huggable.
Eueueueueueuh!! I'm a sucker for the old "gross admirer" gag, and Constance here delivers, being the bane of every man everywhere.
She has a spunky and mischievous personality, but has also shown a cute or uncertain side from time to time. Multi-facetted characters are good characters.
A different take on a zombie. She kills and eats people, not because she's a zombie, but because she's a psychopath.
You'd never expect someone who goes by "Lameguy" to be the gatekeeper to the land of the gods and goddesses. I feel like there's more to this character than meets the eye, and that piques my interest.
The littlest oil baron. A positive portrayal of someone from her background, and despite the obvious Southern appearance, doesn't look like she's from a tycoon family.
Another wacky, but cute one. She is a toon "actress" who lives up to the potential for exaggeration and insanity that cartoons make possible.
This baby(literally) has a personality composed of positive, happy fun in an adorable frame the size of a grapefruit. It helps that she often finds herself doing kooky things, or in outlandish situations, from being a superhero, to riding geometric shapes, to eating her own fanart.
I've only recently started watching his art, but I like the medieval/renaissance era royal garb the characters have. As creator of the Sir Steve series, I'm all for medieval stuff. Plus, this character, Platinum Peter has a name that's fun to say. Platinum Peter