What does one even DO with 100+ characters. How do you love them all.
Re-enact the events of 300? Throw one hell of a party? Populate a micro-country?
Iono. My focus shifts a lot with years, and I tend to make entire casts of characters at once, and recycle aspects from older characters I end up not using from a defunct project. I’m not even sure why I come up with so many characters all the time… Actually the problem is COMING UP WITH NEW WORLDS TOO. If my head was a television, it would be ALL the cable channels and constant channel surfing instead of, say, sticking to one channel and actually watching things develop.
…Though that’s a bad analogy because I hate most of the stuff that comes on TV and I love my characters. Just, not at the same time.
God, I love your weird static filters. This meme is SHIT THOUGH, it leaves out so many “body types”.
I did fill out another body type meme earlier with Dr. Terning, which is somewhat… more varied, at least?
This is basically a weight gain meme from the looks of it haha
psshaw replied to your photoset: I keep forgetting I have these quality characters…
I’m amazed you remember half of them, at the rate you come up with them! Do you keep a list somewhere.
I probably should, what with this horrible memory of mine and tendency of wearing mental blinders and not remembering anything but the recent history unless I’m actively looking for old stuff :C
What DOESN’T work! Big, broad-shouldered, well-dressed. Red on black is super pretty. Clawed extremities. That almost derisive look all his eyes give you. And THE ABILITY TO GROW STOMACH MOUTHS. Your love of anonymity now makes perfect sense to me.
Mmmmhmm, yesss, good.
I really adore facelessness, I don’t know why. I’ve found mystery endearing for like a decade — I just thought the black parts for some beings with permanently shadowed features (jawas, black mages, etc.) were their faces. Later I’d appreciate the fact that they could conceal anything, and any potential face one would entertain would be better than any possible faces that could be revealed. Or, the facelessness is their face.
Beings like Slenderman and Hat Man add a more horrifying angle to this, in their own ways. Former being in plain sight, with missing features that add to the eerie otherness, latter being shadowed and probably not even human. Darkness hides things and humans have a fear of the unknown.
One reason I like drawing creatures like Mothman as a silhouette being is because… it looks nicer that way? Rendered details can be cool but silhouettes can be more dramatic.
W-welp I’m pretty sure there was something else too but right now I forget and I’m tired and should probably go to sleep haha. think I’ll write more here once I remember…
psshaw replied to your post: Oh, he’s actually always been a little roly-poly,…
In case I don’t make it obvious: I adore this character.
R-really? Eeee, I’m so flattered.
I’m kind of curious what aspects are appealing to you. :3c