I’ve never come across such a wide variety of colours in tights!
Here’s a link to their colour guide to help find the perfect shade.
Pokemon Center Goods Design by Shinzi Katoh
mori girl featuring pants.
part one of ???
Mori and pants is more popular then you think, wide bottom pants are pretty common as are pants of gingham prints, coveralls/overalls, pumpkin pants, shorts trimmed with lace and pantaloons trimmed with lace.
Mori Girl Lesson 5 , scans by Go Halainn . Download the rest of the (discontinued) magazine from her blog.
Function! Consistency! Balance! Shape! Uniqueness! Simplicity!
A character’s design ends up falling apart if you lack some of these qualities, or they end up looking generic and/or unforgettable.
A character’s design should reflect their personality/purpose, or deflect it, if that’s their function. (Ex. gentle giants, scary monster w/ a heart of gold)
A character’s design should be consistent. When you consider all of the other aspects of your character’s design and function, are they all in agreement with each other? Does your design feel stable and believable?
When designing a character, it is particularly important artists consider balance. This goes hand in hand with considering shape when it comes to designing your character! Is your character tall, short, thin or round, square or triangular? It’s best to work from simple shapes, or else your character will not be as striking at first glance! When there’s too many things to look at, too many colours to acknowledge, our brains will become confused and block it out. This is why you see a lot of designs with very specific colour themes!
These are only a few examples of what you can do with just a few shapes! And you can exaggerate these as little or as much as you please depending on how you draw, because as long as the silhouette is clear and consistent, you’ve got a pretty balanced figure right there!
When drawing/designing humans/humanoid characters, it’s good to always keep in mind proper proportions and anatomy, but don’t get lost in it. Ultimately, that stuff is a guideline, and if you’re too focused on making your character have as realistic an “ideal” human body as possible, you’re going to get stuck with a lot of SAMEY DESIGNS!!!! Suddenly all of your characters are going to be 6 heads tall, lithe, with no real discernible silhouette!
Making your character unique comes from personal judgment. What makes a character unique? Their bodytype? Their hair? Their colour-scheme? Is there a specific asset to their body like spikes, detachable limbs, an extremely, inhumanly long neck? Is it their nose? Their eyes? Their clothing? ALL OF THESE THINGS CAN MAKE A CHARACTER UNIQUE! But you don’t have to go overboard with this! Remember, keep it simple!
As always, observe!!! Look at some characters in popular culture! What do you think makes them a good design, what do you think makes them stand out!?
Potential resources for you!
Batman: The Animated Series
Monsters Inc./Monsters University
and even look at some live-action characters. They have specific looks and designs and costumes that are worth paying attention to!
HOPE THAT WAS HELPFUL!
Girl #26: Yeti!
harper lea wants to be a famous novelist, though can only write under pen names due to being one letter off from an actual established novelist. oh well! her favorite genre is mystery, and as a kid she always loved reading nancy drew and the hardy boys. she has a natural thirst for adventure and is always hoping for something exciting to happen to her that she can write about, and often she misses out on the little things in favor of looking for the big things. she talks very quietly most of the time, if only because her normal voice is big and booming
her roller derby name is ‘killer mockingbird’
likes: tea, jade, cats, crime fiction novels
dislikes: shedding, clothes sizing, typographical errors, bran foods
sdr2 despair era instagram…?? it doesn’t make any sense im sorry
i wanted to thank u because i reacHED 200 FOLLOWERS… and some of you liked the shsl despair instagram thing, so i made another one….
dont worry tho this is the last one i swear
The Shiny Cross-Walk Method: Simple Explanation
Start walking Right -> (if no Pokemon appears turn back) otherwise Run from the Pokemon or K/O it then resume the Walk by pressing Down, keep walking until the next Pokemon appears then turn Left <- then UP. If no Pokemon appears keep walking in a clockwise pattern using only the D-Pad (UP, RIGHT, DOWN, LEFT) until the next Pokemon appears. Repeat this pattern until you run into a Shiny Pokemon.
Using O-Powers is optional.
Illuminate ability is not required. (Optional)
You can run (D-Pad + B) but it decreases the chances of running into a Pokemon.
- Do not leave the grass.
- Do not use your Bike or Skates.
- If interrupted, Save in the Safari and continue later.