Character Practice Stuff by sinisternoodles

Character Practice Stuff

sinisternoodles

5 September 2018 at 05:59:09 MDT

So I wanted to play around with different body shapes 'n stuff. And a lot of my characters seem to have the same shape and I wanted to fix that. Each of them should look different in a way. It used to be the same with faces but, I think I'm figuring it out. But I've realized shapes can really show personality of the character, such as: large and bulky=strong and brave, short and pudgy=cute and shy, long and scronny=crazy and mischievous, wide and short=silly and weird

So if I could get some critique on this, that would be great!

also, I'm thinking of making a comic with these characters, I'm not sure though. What do you guys think?

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    Yesss you should totally do a comic!

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      Cool, I probably will.

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        Got a plot in mind? ouo

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          Hmm... I'm not sure, I have to think about that. But I don't want it to be super serious, these characters are kinda laid back and careless so I've gotta come up without somethin'.

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            Maybe something to do with adventures like a road trip. Or their daily lives in separate perspectives and one of them owns a coffee shop or somethin. I think it'd be really cool to have a laid back wholesome kinda comic like that :3

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              Ooh!! Good idea!!

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                You're welcome X33
                I could totally see Sinister or the brown-ish character wearing a barrister's uniform :P

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              That'd be awesome!! Every comic I see has like heaps of drama within the first 3 pages, I swear. And sometimes it can be really good but all it ever is is drama.. :')

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    Very cute!!

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    Definitely different body types. What really stands out to me in this is your lining and shading techniques. They're a lot more detailed than normal.

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      Thank you! I wanted to try something different with the lineart too. I think it turned out well!

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    That looks great!