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I need help.
I have no artistic talent, but I'm writing a play (comedy) and I would love a sketch up of my characters. Maybe you could help! It's a comedy, so I'd love it if they were silly looking.
John and Butch: Two cops, both young white males new on the job. Both fairly fit and good-looking, John has a black goatee and black hair while Butch has no facial hair and blond hair. Both have handguns and are ridiculously photogenic.
Kelsey: A fantasy princess, blond and very beautiful, always wears a dress and has a innocent looking face. Very young (maybe 16) and kind of ditsy.
Das King: A heavy set, Latino male with a full beard. Always has a staff and has a crazy/mad expression. Has a pompadour and a light beard, both solid black.
Jessepe: A ridiculously skinny blond kid who is also a wizard. Has a robe like a Jedi and has a evil grin at all times. Main antagonist. Also has a very pale face and freckles.
You da real mvp!
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Ok /ic/ I need advice.
I'm working with a bunch of people doing a game, but the thing is the art is horribly done.
I have to paint characters and instead of do variations in lighting and stuff like that they gave me a reference which is pretty shitty with dirty colors and stuff and I have to pain exactly the reference but it doesnt' matter that the character is moving it has to be exactly the same shit,
The guy who draw the line arts and sketches draws awful, and I have to do miracles transforming his anime sketches in something semi realism alike.
And the painting...gods sake the painting, they paint the characters who are white in shades of pink and brown and thats it.
There is really no color variations to do the skin look a little bit better.
My question is...
Should I stay with them? is working with them going to look bad in my portfolio?
Also, shitty job experiences thread.
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