Drawing one of my favorite characters cause I had a bad day at work.
Working on some 3D things. Zara’s old and kinda ugly, but I’ve been using her to mess around and learn some c# too.
So uh, couple of screencaps of me just goofing off and putting things in Unity together.
I want the name, the address, and the supposed credentials of the Alabama judge who handed my niece over to the tender loving care of a psychopath and added my brother to the list of America’s homeless veterans. Share this. I’ll add more when I figure out this shitwit’s identity. I want the world…
3D toy stuffed turtle.
Where it’s being used, you won’t even see it this close. >.>I’ll probably edit it later.
But yeah! Dat outline.
Awkwardly losing track of the bodily scars a character has because they are active in an RP where they keep getting more of them.
I have a character like that too. He’s gone from a physically healthy (if mentally disturbed) human to a one-legged sort-of-dragonkin accident of transformational magic. I have to backtrack to remember where his major scars are, because he has minor ones all over his skin.
Another person or two in that RP aren’t much better off. *Cough.*
Previous image was some average city guards so I made some castle guards. Basically the guys with the more cushy job standing around making sure intruders don’t get in the castle. More armor, and I’m sure you have to pass some test to join the ranks. But one you get in, I think it’s more smooth sailing…
Castle guards get to have green as a color symbol since it represents the natural wealth of the Setarian Oasis. (Or something.) The cloth shoulder will eventually be marked with some sort of symbol.
After this I want to design the Royal Guard, who’ll be double as fancy, and super badass.
I was reading one of my favorite blogs (http://repair-her-armor.tumblr.com/) and realized I should revisit my generic Setarian guards. Initially they had a chest plate, shoulder plate, and that was it. So now a combination of plate and leather to deal with those organ-related weak points. I also used this opportunity to set up the cultural gender differences correctly.
Also exploring how the hell the guard’s hierarchy might work- A character called Tama is the leader of the city guards, so I made their cord and ribbon color match his theme color- Yellow.