Character Design Challenge #322 – Results

Runner up this week goes to Worf. The costume and work on the wings is great!

And the win goes to...

AMS! The details are incredible and it really has a 40s vibe, as well as a physique that suits the characters young age. Well done you!

Thanks to all who entered.

 

6 Responses to Character Design Challenge #322 – Results

  1. Avatar Herr D says:

    Yah, good stuff, guys.

    @ams: I particularly like the goggles. What little flying through the air I’ve done, I needed to keep more bugs out of my eyes . . .

  2. Avatar Omegasonic2000 says:

    Hey, just wanted to ask. How does this work? I mean, I’ve seen the previous post, and apparently the writer of the posts describes a hero, a setting and a backstory, and the participants must submit pictures. But who decides the hero? Can ideas for that be submitted by the participants as well? And if so, where? Thanks beforehand.

  3. Avatar Worf says:

    Omegasonic2000:
    Hey, just wanted to ask. How does this work? I mean, I’ve seen the previous post, and apparently the writer of the posts describes a hero, a setting and a backstory, and the participants must submit pictures. But who decides the hero? Can ideas for that be submitted by the participants as well? And if so, where? Thanks beforehand.

    It depends. Last week was a description. In other weeks it was a simple theme, like design a cowboy, or a space hero. As far as ideas for future contests go, that’s up to Djuby. Care to chime in, sir? 😉

  4. Avatar Worf says:

    Yeah, I knew I had lost as soon as I opened AMS’ entry. Good job sir.

  5. Avatar djuby says:

    I have been handling the Character Design challenges for a while now. I post an outline of a character, or theme each Monday morning and folks have until the following Sunday to enter. If you want to message me regarding a topic you would like to see you can email me at dwjuby@cogeco.ca

    Hope this helped.

  6. ams ams says:

    Thanks for the win, djuby! Great concept to build with the program. Looking forward to the next team member’ description for the ILJ. Cheers!