Lorelei's Other Family 28 1K 1 Today.
Visual Art Original Work Traditional. I was tagged in a OC Challenge on Instagram.
I did a little something different for this one. Draw your OC's at different ages 2.
Do a page of expressions 3. What's in your OC's bag?
Draw your OC interacting with another character signifigant other or friend 5. Put your OC in a fully rendered setting 6.
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- John 1-11 MacArthur New Testament Commentary (MacArthur New Testament Commentary Series).
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Draw what their room or house would look like 7. Design 4 additional outfits for your OC 8. Draw their favourite foods and then draw them eating it 9. Draw your OC with thier family Do a fully rendered portrait of your OC Draw their most used accessories Draw 5 things they like and 5 things they dislike Draw your character sleeping Complete a reference sheet of your character Lorelei c To learn more about these characters, make sure to check out our group run by.
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Already a deviant? Sign In. Thank you! My-Anne Hobbyist Traditional Artist. I'm still looking at this in awe I love the looks!
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Thank you!! What beautiful tails!
I love how you colored them. Thank you so much! That's such a neat idea. Dinalfos5 Hobbyist General Artist. Aww, cute, this was an adorable idea, using her creators as family like this.
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