Character Design Challenge #315 – Lucha Libre! – Results

Honourable mentions this week go to DiCatriz ...great posing...subtle but effective background...

and to AMS...great costume elements and loads of attitude.

And now to the winner.

One of the perks of doing these contests is clicking on a link and being unbelievably surprised by the content. Maybe it is a pose you never thought possible, or an item used in a new or inventive way. But sometimes what opens up is just pure joy!

This is as effective as it is adorable! Please join me in congratulating  rossoftheyear.

Thanks to all who entered.

10 Responses to Character Design Challenge #315 – Lucha Libre! – Results

  1. Korus says:

    gratz ross

  2. The Atomic Punk says:

    Love those chibi wrestlers! Fun stuff, Ross.

    Suleman’s entries are my picks. I like the amateur rassling stage and the timidity of “First Match” juxtaposed with Hunter Star’s showmanship.

  3. DiCicatriz says:

    Thanks for the shout out. 🙂

    Congrats, Ross! I knew that little chibi guy was a winner as soon as I saw him.

  4. Suleman says:

    Lots of great entries this time around!

    Also, thanks for the compliments, Atomic Punk.

  5. rossoftheyear says:

    Hahaha, thanks guys! I’m glad you loved those little guys. I knew they were a hit with my buddies, but I wasn’t quite sure outside of them. Luchador was such a fun theme, I just had to make one.

  6. ams says:

    Congrats, Ross!

  7. Herr D says:

    good stuff Ross; were those cutouts of balsa or card stock in that pic on your keyboard?

  8. Worf says:

    Congrats Ross. Also, I’m totally stealing your idea and doing a chibi mini for my D&D characters. 😉

  9. Drinkfluid says:

    The last one reminds me of a certain SB…

  10. Brons says:

    Great choice! The design was clever and innovative and The style is well suited to its minifig usage. Bravo!

    I also have to say that DiCatriz’s dynamic character and his use of the Companion element were really excellent. My favorite right up until I saw Ross’s. It convey exactly what I expected of Lucha Libre heroes ever since reading the “¡Supermen South!” article in Alter Ego, lo, those many years past.