I just finished reading all 9 "Leo's Basics" and I have to say that this is really awesome. It's educational, interactive, fun, the art is colourful and cartoonish: what else would you want? I would really love to play this one day, no matter the age. Also, what I like the most of all I've seen is actually the Doku, mainly the symbols you placed beneath each image in ... the 6th page was it? People like you really deserve to be on dA and many other places!
Just a few notes; - Why is Rose's workplace at the 2nd floor while Jim has his workplace at the 1st floor? It would be more practical for Leo's mum to have her workplace at the same floor as the kitchen, the laundry room and the garden, wouldn't it? - The trees don't really seem to be part of the tree-house. For me it looks like they are just standing behind it. - The stones on the way to the garden look a bit too big to step on it. Maybe try to use a little bit less shadow or outline? Beside that; It looks really nice and I would like to live there too. And it fits perfectly with the rest of Leo's world.
I simply cannot get over the whimsical style of everything in Leo's Forest so far. It's all so calm and peaceful looking, with the exception of the Doku of course. This house takes the cake though. It's whimsical, but you managed to make it a feasible living space at the same time. That's actually very impressive given the style.
I think it's every kid's (let alone everyone's) dream to live in a house like this! So many windows, so many flowers, a sweet treehouse, and a moat! Would Leo's House happen to be the hubworld by any chance? If so, it looks amazing.
This house actually reminded me of that carpenter lady that you sketched a while ago.
Dang, that's a nice house! Leo's treehouse is huge as well! I wish my house had a moat
You've clearly put a lot of thought into the floorplan, so I won't nitpick -- just a few things I noticed. First, there appears to be no way to get into the first floor living room.
And maybe this is just me, but Leo's room looks bigger than his parents' room. That could very well be the case, (they were generous enough to build their son a personal playground for a treehouse) but usually master bedrooms are the biggest in a house. Also the design of the master bedroom seems a bit strange; two doors and windows on every outer wall doesn't leave much room for a king-sized bed. Perhaps deleting one of the doors? I also feel like both bedrooms should have closets (or perhaps they just have wardrobes, which is why they aren't drawn in).
That being said, maybe you modeled this after a real home, which just happened to be this pretty and quirky in real life.
I should have made the entrance to the living room more clear, there's no door it's just a step down near the entrance, sorry about that
You're right about Leo's room, it is bigger but only because Jim and Rose have their own workplace and Leo doesn't. Sure he has a tree house but that's just a gift from his loving parents hehehe
I might make the master bedroom bigger in the final concept but I gave a lot of thought into the room placement and I like it this way The interior of the room will have closets and such but I thought I'd detail the furnishings later on