Character Redesign

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I decided I would update my character Sanoir’s design again since his 10 year anniversary is almost here(off by one year).
The first time I made him was in 2011 for a comic project entitled, “The Osana Empire: The Rebellion” It was set in a futuristic civil war setting. Then in 2016, I updated his design when I drew him in an illustration. Finally, in 2020 I gave him another update so I could see if I could get closer to the vision of a “futuristic freedom fighter.”

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Looks great!

I love these kinds of side-by-side pictures because it really shows the improvement of
the artist over time.

With that being said, nice job with these!
 

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Looks great!

I love these kinds of side-by-side pictures because it really shows the improvement of
the artist over time.

With that being said, nice job with these!
Thanks, I had a fun time updating this character's design.
 

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The clothing and coloring definitely improved, but the proportions of the previous drawing were a bit better. Not the anatomy, but the proportions. In the 2020 version, his legs are a bit too short. Were you using a template or pose as reference?
 

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The clothing and coloring definitely improved, but the proportions of the previous drawing were a bit better. Not the anatomy, but the proportions. In the 2020 version, his legs are a bit too short. Were you using a template or pose as reference?
I didn't use a template or pose as reference. Now that you point it out I see what you mean.
 

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The art is really nice, though.
Thank you, I will be more conscious of the proportions next time and use a reference if I am questioning myself.
 

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