Making Characters

Wednesday, Oct. 24th, 2018

Morning Routines are sometimes difficult to fit into a daily schedule you’ve set out for yourself. However, today my morning was not as busy; I’m on my reading week. So, I decided to actually stay up and get some reading done, bullet journal for an hour, and decided to try going back to my childhood ways of drawing my thoughts. After going over some ideas I thought to myself it would go well with my blog and here we are! I still think that it needs some touch ups here and there but so far it’s looking great!! Do you ever just want to drink oolong tea and just read a book for most of he morning? That is of course if you have all you other chores completed! 😛

The character I created is a female; Her name is Marie-Ann Lois Carlyle.

Her Background:

  • Ever since she was 6 years of age she’d always help out the needy with her father and mother on their Fairlilly Island of Knenze. She loves helping her community so much that she built a home for homeless single parents (Fathers and Mothers). Her building can house 50 Families; with a large kitchen and 4 to 5 school of youth centers to teach the children ages infant to school age.

Her Nickname is Maryle

  • She is a mix of Albino (from her father) and Asian (from her mother).
  • The hair growing out of her scalp is pure white with an hint of dark brown and red
  • The lower portion of her hair growing out from the nape of her head is dark brown with some orange strands (she must of had inherited that from her mother)

As of now she is in Ireland setting up another homeless shelter with a school for youths and single parents.

She is Kwel ^.^

I will be planning out whether to stick with making characters or not. So far its interesting and has been a fun journey with some feedback I might be able to create better sketch works.

Have a good day everyone! ❤

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Hello, and welcome to my little corner of the internet! My name is Aniqa, I blog about personal topics, usually about lifestyle, college, health, work and much more. Thank you for visiting!

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