Rapping Butler isn’t paid enough
I’d say look into different facial structures and stuff. (owo)b
I totally agree, and I’ve been trying hard to get my newer character designs to have wildly different faces from my “default face,” but I’m never entirely certain what to do with my older characters without making them look like someone else entirely. XD; I WILL CONTINUE STUDYING THOUGH *fistpump*
maybe I just need to get better at making the differences I’m aware of more obvious to everyone else
You know, people always say your characters’ faces should look different, which I’m no stranger to
(Pretty easy to see the difference, I hope)
…But then I have a bunch of characters where the differences are so subtle that you probably can’t even tell they’re there
(Hm, wait, who are they?)
…So now I’m pondering ~new~ and ~exciting~ ways to diversify my characters without making them look like they stepped out of bizarro world >_> <_< Maybe eyes? I could try experimenting with eyes?
someone somewhere is going to say “how about different skin tones” and I’ll be like “you’re probably right but I have COLOR PALETTE DILEMMAS SOB”
I had one of those Scribblenauts moments where I suddenly realized I was playing as a guy in a gorilla suit riding a flying skateboard
(it was even more hilarious when I teleported to the next area)
Something I was thinking about this morning and felt like sharing:
When I say stuff like “I’m mean to my characters because I’m a terrible person,” I say so in jest. I don’t actually think I’m a terrible person, nor do I think anyone should think that of themselves.
I do like to put my characters in situations that push their limits, though, because I like to see how they react. Usually they get upset, sometimes they cry, and sometimes they even need the help of their friends. But at the end of the day, they usually manage to push through it. They grow a little, and suddenly their limits are a little farther than they used to be.
I’m one of those writers who treats her characters almost as if they were real. Some might call me crazy, but I care about my characters, and I don’t actually want to make them suffer. Sometimes I tease them, sometimes I put them through the wringer, but ultimately I just want to see how they deal with tough times. Because through struggles, they grow. And the light at the end of the tunnel becomes that much sweeter.
I’ve been having entirely too much fun making Minecraft stuff in Blender
LOOK GUYS I MADE STEVE
A much improved render of the Minecraft house from last night, with most of the errors fixed. :D
(This only took like 12 1/2 minutes to render ololo)
(Note to self, do actual renders on a faster computer)