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SML Fusion references Fusion Manga

Basics of understanding the head Ratio in Designing a Chibi character.

Japanese style caricature where characters are drawn in an exaggerated way. Typically these characters are small and chubby, with stubby limbs and oversized heads to make them resemble children. This style of artwork, also known as Super Deformed (shortened to SD), commonly seen in anime (Japanese Cartoons) and manga (comics) works. Chibi can be translated as ‘little’. The formula for designing a successful chibi character is to construct it with a 2 – 2.5 head to height ratio, in relative proportion to the body.

The following characters generated by our studio was designed for Mediacorp’s OKTO animation. 

Original Assets for Infinite Comic Character Workbook Users. Understanding S-M-L method. S stands for super deformed (chibi) mostly for short person in built. M stands for massive and commonly for giants, huge robots and monsters. L for Lanky, such as tall built character design.

Chinese Vampires SML sizes

Magician, Wizard and Sorcerer

 

 

Dracula Frankenstein Igor

Werewolf in variety of design

Werewolf in variety of design

 

 

Asian Female Ghost Horror

Asian Female Ghost Horror

Robots in variety sizes

Fusion Robots in variety sizes

 

 

 

 

 

Design your Proportional Characters in Chibi for (Super Deformed)

Fusion Cartoons

 

Halloween Reference

Monkey god evolution and possible forms

Monkey god evolution and possible forms

 

 

 

Fusion Character design Mythology

 

 

 

 

 

Spiritual Guardian