Kipper the Dog - Created by Mick Inkpen. More often than not, the characters are drawn relying on only one eyebrow for emotion. Most of the characters are the same height and made of the same shapes, perhaps to make them feel familiar to the young audience. Consistency is comforting right? The blur given to the colored lines makes the characters feel soft, no harsh lines anywhere. Dot eyes for everyone! Except for frogs for some reason.
An image from the webcomic "Aricelle: By Her Wandering Blade" Art by Raocow. There's little to no consistency with the lines of the characters making for a chaotic look, but there is more consistency with the background lines. The drawing style sometimes makes it hard to work out what exactly is going on, making you think about and look at the image longer. Something about how the lines work make me think they're drawn loosely and freely. But it doesn't make them look childish.
MONTREAL STYLE BAGELS // BLEUBIRD ... Made again 1/2016. Top with salt (not too much...about 1/4tsp), poppy seeds, or sesame seeds. To make sandwiches serve, with cream cheese, hummus, smoked salmon spread, avocado, bacon, smoked salmon, red onions, sprouts, red bell pepper, tomato, lettuce.
Mutts - Created by Patrick McDonnell. Simple characters probably made mostly by ovals are drawn in sharp lines that stand out. I like how instead of simply filling out the black areas on the characters, he leaves white lines inside those areas which gives the hint of fur.