Sometimes, however, there would be shows where artists are allowed to add in a little "personal touch" in order to enchant a gag. One of those shows is The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack.
Flapjack is a heavily storyboarded show and each episode don't look alike, depending on who is doing the boards. I actually managed to identify some of the styles the show has.
Pen Ward is probably the most recognizable of the Flapjack writers. His drawings are among the loosest of the show's artists, and often times have a very cute & creepy look. Also, K'Nuckles' nose is literally inbetween his eyes.
Kent is also the show's head writer. His designs tend to be more "on model" compared to other writer-artists. His Bubbie is probably the closest to being drawn "correct". In addition, the rings under K'Nuckles' and Bubbie's eyes are heavier.
Alex is often paired with Pen Ward, and the difference in style is like night and day. Often times his Flapjack has a somewhat "anime" look.
Patrick's drawings tend to be loose, with odd shapes on the characters.
These are just the starters. There are other writer-artists in Flapjack with unique styles. I'll post more of those soon, hopefully.
EDIT: That's Patrick McHale's, not Somvilay's. See comments.