I like your fishes in the Octopus picture, and I also like the strange levels in the lake picture with the flowers - the colours are also cool with the white flowers in the middle really sticking out. I make fishing lures and we have been famous for our strange colours and the strange and very special shape of our most famous lure brand. My company is 50+ years old so we have a lot of tradition, but I like modern creative art and want to get it into our marketing.
My company is/was very innovative, but also our clients are both old and young so a balance has to be reached. Blah blah blah....! ok so what I suggest as I like your style:
I propose is for you to draw an illustrated scene that I can put in some print ads or on T-shirts. I have many "scenes" in my head but we could start with one and see how it goes....Hopefully we could do many more if we can get on well..
The scene would be something of a fisheye (concave or convex) point of view from 1000 feet up or from under water. There is the ocean and coast line meeting rocks and the forest. We are on Vancouver Island, Canada surrounded by the Pacific Ocean and have huge trees that meet the water on a jagged rocky coast. Just google "coastline Vancouver Island". However, in the scene the trees are not trees but are the special fishing lures making a forest or part of the forest (so the lure is repeatedly sticking up like trees or some lures are colourful and sticking in between trees? I don't know........). If you had a bit of special attractive colour (like the lake picture and how those white flowers stick out) that would be great since we are famous for crazy colours like "Fire-Orange, HOT Pink, Holographic Green, etc.) I can't attach any pictures to my proposal, but the lure is like a very stretched diamond with strange angles. it is also famous for making a hydrosonic buzz or vibration in the water that makes fish go crazy.... You can see [url removed, login to view] and look for the Buzz Bomb.
1 request I have is that the drawing be fairly clean and not too filled with fine or thin lines so that it can be easily put on t-shirts or newsprint without getting too complex, dark or hazy.. I like your lines but the finer lines (like in the children story) might be problematic in many applications I think...
It seems like I am being very specific, but I am just hoping to give some ideas of what is in my head and hope that you can use your creativity also..I put for a sketch 4 hours of work. I am not sure that is good or bad but seems like a good start?