people are so quick to praise SU for it’s “complex writing, interesting plot, great morals and likable characters” and then turn around and degrade it to “colors and noises for toddlers to look at so they don’t shit on the floor” the second someone points out the flaws within the show
Write a scene in which one of your characters behaves in a self-destructive manner. What has brought on this self-destructive behavior? Is this new for the character or does this character have a history of this type of behavior? How do those around the character react? Is the character taking violent actions against themselves? Or is it something subtler like setting himself up for failure or self-deprecating comments? Can the character turn this behavior around or will he succeed in reaching his own destruction?
Hey here’s a turn around of my little African wild boy ! And I also did put the characters one by one because tumblr is evil with really wide frames it makes it all blurry. So it doesn’t turn well because it wasn’t to be animated but I find it funny to see it that way too:)
Some stuff from the project I showed at gobelins last year. Strangely
I’m still very happy with it. I might go back to it someday:)
Here’s basically the story:
Spain in the 16th century, Luz, a little girl that is a bit wild, works
for the apothecary of the town. She often goes in the forest to look
for healing plants. The people of the town despises Luz because she’s
close to the animals. She draws them, and sometimes she heals them
thanks to her medical knowledge. But one day 3 villagers hurt her and a
wolf stands out of the forest to protect her. Then all the people from
the town get scared and they come back to chase her. As she runs as fast
as she can in the forest she will turn into a wolf and run away with
Some portfolio drawings of a small story I made, based on the tortoise and hare. Originally it came from a doodle I did back in 2013. Last year I started drawing the two characters again, and thought it would be a good thing to explore with for my portfolio.