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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Cellar » Mon May 25, 2009 3:51 am

Wanda can err, decrypt people now, not merely uncroak. What theme would fit there instead of the skulls?

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Re: Project Wanda

Postby The Dark Fiddler » Mon May 25, 2009 6:13 am

It's ugly as sin, and it has no shading, but I'm sure it gives you an idea of my idea.

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Re: Project Wanda

Postby moose o death » Mon May 25, 2009 7:31 am

might go and have a look at drawing wanda so i can have a crack at this
edit: actually no i'm not good enough to imitate other peoples drawing styles, all i managed was a warped wanda, and an alien lifeform. i'll sit this one out
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby lovelyluthien » Mon May 25, 2009 8:21 am

The Dark Fiddler wrote:It's ugly as sin, and it has no shading, but I'm sure it gives you an idea of my idea.

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I love the simplistic style, it's exactly how I see her in one of her less flashy moments.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby The Dark Fiddler » Mon May 25, 2009 8:39 am

It'd probably be a bit less simplistic if it had shading, but thanks. I'll take the compliment.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby MSC » Mon May 25, 2009 9:13 am

How about a decrypit nurse outfit taken from a croak charlescom archon :?: you know lots of torn red and black glowing frabic... :?:
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby The Dark Fiddler » Mon May 25, 2009 9:20 am

moose o death wrote:might go and have a look at drawing wanda so i can have a crack at this
edit: actually no i'm not good enough to imitate other peoples drawing styles, all i managed was a warped wanda, and an alien lifeform. i'll sit this one out


Somebody on the previous page did that for us, we just need to add the costume. That might help you.

Heck, I suck at drawing, and I got a compliment. :)
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby moose o death » Mon May 25, 2009 10:35 am

The Dark Fiddler wrote:
moose o death wrote:might go and have a look at drawing wanda so i can have a crack at this
edit: actually no i'm not good enough to imitate other peoples drawing styles, all i managed was a warped wanda, and an alien lifeform. i'll sit this one out


Somebody on the previous page did that for us, we just need to add the costume. That might help you.

Heck, I suck at drawing, and I got a compliment. :)

it's just not the same, i can draw. just not experienced enough to copy other styles.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby GenuityX » Mon May 25, 2009 1:12 pm

The Dark Fiddler wrote:
moose o death wrote:
might go and have a look at drawing wanda so i can have a crack at this
edit: actually no i'm not good enough to imitate other peoples drawing styles, all i managed was a warped wanda, and an alien lifeform. i'll sit this one out


Somebody on the previous page did that for us, we just need to add the costume. That might help you.

Heck, I suck at drawing, and I got a compliment.


it's just not the same, i can draw. just not experienced enough to copy other styles.


Hear, Hear!

Copying an artist style can take a lifetime. Jamie's style looks simple, but is very hard to reproduce.That is the first thing that really drew my attention to Erf World is how beautiful the art is.

The paper doll is nothing more than a tool (heh). No one should be afraid to submit just because it isn't in "style". In fact I think the more rich and varied the submissions the more that the creator will have to draw inspiration from.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby The Dark Fiddler » Mon May 25, 2009 6:49 pm

New one; just as shadingless, and even simpler.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby GenuityX » Mon May 25, 2009 7:46 pm

Pirate Wanda?

Yeah I cribbed a bit, but what a great fusions of characters! Not exactly a 70's pop culture reference, but I'm kinda surprised I had not heard this one yet!
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby steelcoresoviet » Mon May 25, 2009 11:13 pm

Well, here's my first idle thought.
Too namesake-y? Too much lawsuit bait? Too obvious to work? probably all true.

But still.

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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Lexandritte » Tue May 26, 2009 3:33 am

Well, she seemed to have a flying problem during siege fight with Ansom, so we better correct it. She may had killed some dragon, ripped his wings off and "decrypted" them separately to make a nice armorpiece.

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Also it's more advantage in fight, beware the flying casters!
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby THRILLHO_use » Tue May 26, 2009 9:16 am

I'll second the Tinkerbell and Dorothy Gale ideas
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby jamie » Tue May 26, 2009 9:56 am

Don't worry about trying to copy my style for your costume sketches. I'd rather see your own interpretations of Wanda. More fun that way. Love what I'm seeing so far. Wanda's going to have a great closet to choose from in Book 2!
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Zerohour » Tue May 26, 2009 10:05 am

I'd like to see a simle, formal evening gown at some point. Since diplomacy may come up at some point, it may be necessary to dress snazzy for the discussion. Bonus points in Parson has to go too and there's a dance. Seeing Parson try to dance with someone about 1/3 his size would be hilarious.
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby BLINGamancer » Tue May 26, 2009 12:12 pm

Elegant Gothic Lolita - Wanda

At something absurd like a peace treaty signing or something where the royals are all dressed up for the occaision.

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ps - I can't draw worth beans , so I created this image at http://www.thedollpalace.com to demonstrate what I'm talking about. This image doesn't come with the mandatory skull hairpiece, but you get the drift. :lol:
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Vann » Tue May 26, 2009 4:55 pm

Thought I'd give designing a Wanda costume a shot.

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Just a design I was tossing about. The cloth tails in the back attach to the collar I suppose. Also, I imagined her hair in a ponytail, but I didn't make it visible.
It probably would have been better if I hadn't done it in MSPaint with a mouse. ;)
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby Dr Bath » Tue May 26, 2009 5:56 pm

Well, I drew this for a contest on GitP, but it still fits right? Right?!

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(Quality is pretty poor, mind)
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Re: Project Wanda

Postby GenuityX » Tue May 26, 2009 9:14 pm

Two More:

Wanda Bell: No practical use, but it was fun to draw! I still don't think Wanda would be crazy happy as a faerie... I don't know, maybe there are faeries of the dead?
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Also: Dwagon Wider Wanda:
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