I have used the circle method. This means, I have drawn a circle, drew everyone's names from a hat, and then placed them one by one on that circle.
This method allows everyone to be included regardless of an even or odd number of participants. <3
And yes, I used a hat and everything. Lol! xD
Alright, we can wait no longer. If you have received a character that doesn't have a few sentences meant to help you out, you have full creative reign to design whatever you'd like!
If for some reason someone doesn't complete this part of the challenge, I will personally design five outfits for that poor left out character. Tsk tsk to those that would leave anyone out though, as they will not be able to join the next event. (Unless we have discussed it, as there may be exceptions)
Part two is harder, so each artist will have 3 weeks for this section. Therefore, this will end September 9, 2015! ^^
Here is the Line Up! Person listed to the left, draws 3 or more outfits for the character listed to the right! ^^
Read the descriptions of your selected character. If there are sentences there providing description, likes, dislikes, etc, please use them as a guideline, but don't feel pressure to make things the way the character owner would. This is meant to be creative and fun.
If the base provided is too difficult for you to use, whether because it is digital, and you use traditional, or vice versa, you may create your own base of that character. However, you must keep the same features, AND body shape, of that character. ^^
Alright, that's all that's needed for part two. Please submit these submissions to the Contest Folder, and post them here if you could. It helps me keep track to have them in two places.
Be mindful of the deadline! <3
If you have a question, feel free to ask. Please check to make sure it isn't addressed in the full description. <3
Wardrobe Challenge Full Description
The idea of this challenge is to have each participant draw their own characters in their underwear, and in a rather generic pose.
You must then attach one or two sentences that describe your character and their setting. (Helps the Second Artist)
Once everyone has submitted their character base, we will then trade them around.
Once you receive someone else's character base, you must draw at least three outfits for that character. Ex: Seasonal, Formal, Sleepwear, etc.
Here are some examples of the before and after. ^^
- I stated that my character loves lace/sheer/flowy materials, and would likely be in either a fantasy or modern setting.
Art By Cupcakechan:
- Cupcake chose not to mention her characters favorite clothing type, and merely gave a setting. In this case, a modern one. Amai chose to make her outfits for winter, summer, and sleeping.
Art By AmaiNeiko :
sometimes the bases we are given cannot be translated into our own styles. How do we overcome this, as we don't want anyone to be left out? Maybe you're a traditional artists without a printer? Maybe the angle they drew their base in is a bit beyond your comfort level? These are completely reasonable obstacles, and there is of course an acceptable way around them.
If for any reason you can't use the base provided, you are welcome to design your own base, BUT, and I must stress this, it is important that you stay true to the character's appearance and body type. We are designing these outfits for the specifically provided character, so it is of course important to not scratch the original character design aspect of it. Lol. xD
An Example of such an occurrence:
This was the base I was given:
This was what I provided: sta.sh/0d1mphkzclp (The original poster didn't quite understand the challenge, but I tried to include her anway. From her image I gathered the girl was bottom heavy, smaller chested, and in a modern setting. I kept her ponytail as well, to help further identify her. ^^
I don't suspect that you'll have a similar problem to the one above, as it is a bit of an extreme case, but I think it still provides an example of what to look for if you must recreate a base of the character provided. ^^