How to paint retro game characters

remko retro video game characters

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When designing a character for a video game, it's not just about painting some cool-looking dude. A lot of things have to be considered before settling on their final look, and changes are often made while the title is in development. Possible reasons can include a new take on the scenario, animation conflicts or parts of the game being cut.

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