Create a Cartoon Character for Games

In this video I quickly show you how to setup a simple cartoon character for video games using Adobe Fuse.

If you enjoy this you can find more on my free Udemy course: “Create 3D characters for games”


https://www.udemy.com/course/create-3d-characters-for-games/

Steam Punk Character

I created this interesting looking Victorian style character in Adobe Fuse and then rendered him out in Unity using MK Toon Free, which produces interesting cartoon style effects.

In Photoshop I added a few LUTs and image adjustments to get this.

Now all I have to do is come up for a name for him 🙂

Color comic character

A quick experiment with the female character for my comic. I wanted to see how she would look in full color and this is the result.

There are several passes of inks, shading and color layers.

This would be part of a full page spread, so, is one panel among many. The character is the brightest part of the image so as to direct the viewer’s eyes to her initially, before following her eye line down to the gun on the table.

The dialogue which would be added later would explain what she is contemplating. This would be an important plot twist, as such this is an important image in the story.

2D Artwork

A beginner’s guide to creating artwork for 2D video games

https://www.udemy.com/a-beginners-guide-to-creating-artwork-for-2d-video-games/

Discover how easy it is to make graphics for 2D video games

We will create a range of 2D art including static and animated graphics, character sprite sheets and tile sets.

By the end of this series you will have a complete range of artwork to be able to create your own video game as well as the skills to continue to create your own graphics.

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You don’t need any previous experience, and you don’t need sophisticated art skills. All you need is a computer and a mouse. The software is free to use online

The course is free on Udemy, so click the link below to enroll