Did some face-studies for character designs in Krita past week as a way to relax. I can´t stop detailing the woman, so I am posting now to stop myself.
I had intended to record a timelapse of her, but only saw after finishing it that I didn’t press ‘record’… Took about 1 hour and 20 minutes on this.
A full-body test of one of the test characters I use in my drawing tutorials.
I thought it be nice if she has a light dress over most of her armour, and then as she moves the dress gets caught in the wind, and the armour underneath becomes visible.
Old Google Plus Comments
|Ramón Miranda||the idea is cool, very romantic imo. but useful? hmm i doubt it. anyway is a painting so we can do wathever we want . But if the image is for a game with real time animations, then think twice and give her a useful clothes.|
I found out there were a whole lot of pictures I never uploaded or anything, so I decided to photograph them and upload them.
I was inspired by Russian prints for the clothes.
Made with MyPaint
We’re doing character modeling during class, and I decided to do, on top of the athletic male we had to do, a model of a child of +- 13 years old. Interestingly enough, around puberty children are proportionally pretty close to adults already, it’s just length and baby-fat that make a teenager a teenager.
My housemate wants me to rig it when I’m done modeling it, just for the fun of animating the face.
Modeled a character, uv-mapped and textured it. Took me a pretty long time.
Will probably not continue it due to having learned enough to make a better model next time.
Working on characters for Streets of Ganjet. If I can make decent realistic versions, I’d be able to use that as reference for the stylised versions.
I’m drawing the characters of my DnD party during sessions.
My own character first.
A Chaotic Neutral Half-Orc Bard. Dubbed by the rest of the party as the smartest character in the party due to his high sense of self-preservation. Background’s a bit shabby but I’m going to have a group picture later.