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Hey guys!

 

Just wanted to share a little character I made for fun with Designer using some of my texture brushes. Any comment will be more than welcome as always! 

 

Cheers!

 

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Good character pig with a lot of annoyance shown on his/her face. And lots of personality in the eyes despite being such simple shapes. Maybe that is a scarf or maybe it is a T-shirt that is too small after some piggie dinners! Your texture brushes are effective as the overall image shows a bit of pig-sty-ish-ness. This is a keeper character!

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You are the undisputed King of getting maximum usage out of those basic shapes! Nice one FT.

 

Thanks a lot my friend, such a nice comment! lml

 

@Alfred thanks man! I appreciate it!

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Good character pig with a lot of annoyance shown on his/her face...

 

Thanks a lot my friend! that comment about the scarf just cracked me up  :lol:

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Looks vaguely creepy. What is a "Tunkita?"

 

Oh... she's creepy, I know.

Tunkita is a deformation of the spanish word 'Tunco' which means pig in some parts of America, like México, Honduras and El Salvador. Can be translated as: little female pig, is that literal haha. Tunkita, is a character that we're developing along with my wife, to be released as a web comic character in the near future (in the fashion of sunday newspaper strips) 

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