Friday, 15 December 2017

Minor: Female character body development (Feedback Needed)

The final character of the team, another female who is transgender; her abilities and thoughts about her are on the mind map below:

Minor: Wajid body type development (Feedback Needed)

 Concepts of Wajid's (WIP name) body type / appearance. The mind map below shows my thoughts about the character.

Thursday, 14 December 2017

Minor: Ihuoma Orthographs and development

The orthographs for Ihumoa

The under-sketches, before I lined the figures.

Minor: Ihumoa colours further development (Feedback Needed)

Based on feedback from the previous post, I looked at the colours people and myself liked the most, and added colour to Ihuoma's prosthetics. Let me know which one you prefer, or if any changes can be made. I like #4 and #5 the most at the moment.

Tuesday, 12 December 2017

Minor: Ihuoma colour comps (Feedback needed!)

For Ihuoma's colours, I looked at traditional Nigerian colours, as well as existing superhero colour uses; let me know which number looks best. Personally, I'm liking #3, #6 and  #8.

Friday, 1 December 2017

Minor: Ihuoma costumes and faces (Feedback needed!)

After looking at the feedback on the previous post, people seemed to like this body type, so I have made some costuming to go on top. I am trying to keep it simple, as well as show many things in Ihuoma's appearance - her strength, her prosthetics, and her heritige (Nigerian). Each body has a different face too, as I thought i'd experiment each time.

So far, i'm liking no's 3, 5, 8 and 12, and can perhaps switch up the faces with different bodies. Let me know what you think.

Thursday, 30 November 2017

Minor: Ihuoma body development (Feedback appreciated!)

Knowing that the previous designs of Ihuoma were a compact version of my realisitc style, I had a chat with Alan to see how I can adjust the style to be simpler, and follow the simple rules of the cartoon anatomy, as I was adding too much detail (i.e muscles, clothing) to the character. These are sketches I've done after looking at more references (at the bottom of the page).

These traditional sketches are studies of the simple style found in Cartoon Network cartoons, mainly the show "Steven Universe", which has characters with bold, defining shapes and simple costumes and colours that make each character distinct.