I’m not necessarily a pro at consistency but I do understand that being able to capture a person’s likeness (fictional or real) is the trick for me. When I design characters, I always try to give them slight uniqueness to their features so that I can rely on the little nuances to show some consistency (which you can see here).
It’s like when you see a caricature of a face you know— you’re able to recognize them even though the face is super simplified or exaggerated.
Check out Loomis’ How to Draw the Head and Hands to get a look at how to construct a head and an understanding of how important the facial features are in relation to each other.
Just this one from last January. I do plan to do MUCH more but all my focus is on the Annie Mei Project atm
oho gosh, ok here’s something from 2008
I’ve no words to say how awesome/beautiful this is, so I guess I’ll ask a question. Is this outfit/form Annie Mei’s God-Mode or something? o.0
Thanks for sharing words regardless! I do imagine something like that design being used for a final form as I did think for this one from very early on (on the right). When I work on final designs, I’m sure it’ll resemble Infinty Mei a lot :D
actually its “believe in the me that believes in you”
I’ve already noticed and have been wanting to change my theme for days now. I just haven’t been on tumblr enough lately to do anything yet haha
I ask myself these same questions all the time—
TAB [or Backwards Bat] is my virtual band!
You can get it from my Bandcamp right here
I use them all! Well— except for the felt pen and pepper brush haha but Most of the standard brushes in GIMP are all I need.