Picture this: you decide to do some shopping at your local thrift shops. At the first store you visit, you venture to the very back were few people go, to see what you could find. On one shelf, you see this:
A children’s picture book of what’s supposed to be ‘The Little Mermaid’ published in 2015, featuring a mermaid wearing gloves with a seashell bra, recoloured Flounder clones and a face that’s saying ‘I’ll kill this dolphin!’. Priced at just a dollar, you are at a loss for words. You decide to skim through it, to see what is under the cover. What you find is all that you could hope for.
After four months, My OC art challenge is now over. For those who didn't know: I started on the second week of January with a challenge to draw my original characters. The goal was to do two to three drawings of a certain character in a week dedicated to them. It really helped regenerate interest in my own characters and also helped with what their personalities are like, what their relationships are, etc.
So, here are all of the pieces I've done in chronological order.
Week 1: Derya
As a starting point, I had to do three entries for Derya. It was exciting to start with her because I love her hair for one, and I feel like her backstory wil
For the next four months and two weeks (starting Sunday 6th, NZ time) I'll be dedicating a single week to drawing a character from my personal project: 'The Guardians of Pangaea'.
Over the course of last year, I have seriously neglected quite a few of my characters. So, this year I want to amend this to dedicating two to three drawings a week to a specific character and explore more of their personality. Bear in mind, I'll be doing these drawings in my spare time so that it wouldn't conflict with my other projects (like my short stories or my doll repaints) or work so they'll mostly be simple doodles.
They'll be characters you've seen befor