Word Balloon tips and tricks
Some of the slides from my color shading/rendering lecture.
EDIT: Pose Reference
FINALLY DONE. And it only took me, what, a week?
ANYWHO, this is yet another character who started out as an unspeakable abomination (so don’t expect me to speak of it), who I decided to revamp into a proper OC. I’ll also be using her in a BESM d20 campaign that a friend is going to be running.
Her name is Wendy and she runs a housekeeping service (think ‘Merry Maids’, if you’ve ever heard of them). In spite of the fact that she was built in [REDACTED], she speaks with a Southern U.S. accent (think Sandy Cheeks). For personality (using MLP:FiM as the example), imagine Pinkie Pie’s energetic-ness (Pinkie-ness?) matched with Fluttershy’s kindness (nothing to do with the hair, I think Wendy predates MLP:FiM)… Most of the time. Originally she had pale skin, but I decided to change it due to her relationship to [REDACTED].
"Just ‘cause I weren’t built ta fight, don’t mean ah can’t!"
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