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I wonder if the best way to approach drawing Stratford is to try and intentionally break some character design guidelines?
like he’s SUPPOSED to be really really generic, so maybe he should be unrecognizable in silhouette/naked and bald/etc, and he’s only identifiable as Stratford when you give him the funky hairstyle and complicated scarf and stuff?
I don’t know I think it’s cool
just drew some Stratfords which you’ll probably be seeing soon
one of them he’s in Brassbound mode and he’s CLEARLY been studying Ted’s body language to help him pull off the “anxious petty criminal” act
slouching and T. rex arms and everything
the other one’s kind of mediocre cos his head’s too big and his face still looks weird and I think his arms are too long? I want to draw him holding his machete because I like drawing machetes, they’re an interesting shape, but it’s hard to make him look menacing without getting into a really contorted/hunched over pose that doesn’t let me show his clothes and do height comparisons and stuff
I just want like a generic “this is what Stratford looks like” picture, but I think I do dynamic poses better than static ones but but but I don’t know
I’m supposed to be in bed now anyway
another face-drawing update: after all the Les Miz fanart I looked at the other day, I can’t shake the feeling that the way I’m drawing Stratford kinda looks like somebody’s Enjolras. But I don’t know whose, so I don’t really know what to do about it.
you were never supposed to be this handsome
and now I can’t picture you any other way
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