⭐️ 2. Who’s the oldest character of yours, defunct or not?
I have an anthro shark with mechanical arms and BIG ASS red claws named Delter Skelter and he’s a total dude bro. I made him in grade 3.
💡 3. Has creating a character ever made you realize something about yourself?
If every character contains a piece of myself, I’m genuinely worried about myself. A lot of my characters are JERKS. But I like to think I’m not a jerk.
🐲 5. Do you prefer to make human, animal, monster, or _____ characters? Why?
I prefer humanoid monster types! Humans for me are a tad boring (though I’m slowly realizing this is NOT the case) but I LOVE creating creature designs that tread the line between human and animal/monster, while not being consider anthro. I try to stay away from ‘cat girl, bear man’ but go for things based in folklore or ALIENS. ROBOTS. ROOOBOOTS.
📌 7. Do you have characters that you know you’ll never use, but can’t bear to get rid of/recycle?
Oh LOTS. A lot of my CDC designs are probably going to suffer this fate sadly.
✒️ 11. If you have characters that embody certain traits of yours—good or bad—has writing them changed how you view those traits? Has it affected you in any way?
If anything, it’s made me more self-aware about myself than I realized. I realized I can be kind of cruel sometimes, but also very reserved. When it’s brought to light, I try to change things about myself. At the same time I think I’m very boring.
🎵 13. Do you create playlists for your characters?
NO BUT I REALLY SHOULD.
🔑 17. Which character is the easiest to draw/write?
This overpowered turd-burglar. Theres almost no WRONG way to draw him.
🏆 19. What’s more important to you: visual design, unique personality, a trendy character aesthetic, etc? If you’re not sure, then what’s the first thing you usually nail down in a character?
For me its a toss up between visual design and personality. On one hand, personality adds so much LIFE to a character. It makes them more palpable when you see them in action. A rad looking character could have no personality and it wouldnt have the same effect. HOWEVER, you could have a great personality on a character but they are so BLAND looking. We are shallow creatures. We DO notice appearance first. And that’s EVERYONE’s first impression of a character. So both a p important. Aesthetic is good for harmony but thats always an afterthought for me.