OC Body Study by Dyemelikeasunset on DeviantArt
I decided to do body studies for some of my more active characters from various projects, just to see how their design variation holds up compared to ea... OC Body Study
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The evolution of a character sketch into a final art product using Adobe Photoshop. The advantage of using Photoshop for sketch and illustration is that one can divide the initial sketch into several layers that can have their visibility toggled, eliminating the need to erase superfluous lines to achieve a clean, finished piece of artwork.
Kelia (Anthro) Design Sheet by ScorpDK on DeviantArt
I TRIED A THING! :V This is the first time where I actually tried to turn a front-facing pose into a side-view; and I quickly realized that the angle of... Kelia (Anthro) Design Sheet
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April Saber Rider Concept by Rofelrolf on DeviantArt
This is a concept of april from the series Saber Rider which was published in1984. I have done this concept for the Game Saber Rider, which we currently... April Saber Rider Concept
Character Design References
Character Design References, Dublin, Ireland. 717,793 likes · 23,607 talking about this. Character Design References™ (CDR) is a website dedicated to...
Phil Bourassa on Instagram: “In honor of the great Bernie Wrightson. RIP. Master of the art of the macabre and sublime horror and a huge influence and inspiration in…”
3,445 Likes, 15 Comments - Phil Bourassa (@philbourassa) on Instagram: “In honor of the great Bernie Wrightson. RIP. Master of the art of the macabre and sublime horror…”