Thursday, October 23, 2014

A Personal Touch

I wanted the protagonist to have someone to fight for, someone to protect against the evil antagonist! Thus Susan Weber was born, once Suzette but we thought that was a little too fancy Pansy.

Susan's design has changed the most, jumping all over the place till I settled on a photograph of my niece in Alaska. Here is some of her development work but with an "actress" to weigh the characters anchor, Susan eventually found her voice.

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