I just want to chime in again and say that I really love these. I think one of my favorite parts is how stylistically consistent you manage to be while maintaining really good diversity; the characters you draw never look alike, but they all fit into a set really smoothly, giving the real feeling that they're all from the same place. They could almost be yearbook photos for the SOTF classes, which I love.
Also, I sorta spaced on the fact that I actually have a V7 character's appearance done, but I do! If you'd be up for it, might you be willing to take a stab at Phillip Olivares?
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- Appearance: Phillip Olivares is a thin boy of average height, coming in at 5'7" and 135 lbs. His build is slender, with thin limbs and long fingers, to the point that he appears mildly gangly. Contrasting this, however, is his movement; Phillip has very good hand-eye coordination and when he puts his mind to it is quite capable of intricate gestures and feats of sleight of hand.
Phillip's face is somewhat mismatched to his narrow body; it's quite round, with full cheeks and a wide jaw. His nose is of average size, though looks small on his face, and his lips are full; his teeth are slightly crooked, with a minor overbite that he hopes to someday correct with braces. Phillip is of mixed Chilean/Spanish/Caucasian descent, with his Chilean heritage most clearly visible in his skin tone. He has dark brown eyes that he often opens very wide in expressions of mock surprise, and brown hair so dark as to be nearly black, which he wears cut to about an inch in length. Phillip tends to stay clean-shaven with the exception of a thin pencil mustache.
In everyday life, Phillip dresses in a loud but casual fashion, favoring Hawaiian shirts, khaki pants, and tennis shoes. When performing magic tricks, however, he adopts a clown persona named "Professor Pedantik" and wears baggy pants with one white leg and one red leg, a blue and green plaid shirt, red tennis shoes, and a collapsible top hat he modified himself to feature all the colors of the rainbow in horizontal stripes but in incorrect order, going red, orange, yellow, blue, indigo, violet, then green. In-character, he also paints his face white and dons bright red lipstick, accenting his outfit with accessories as appropriate to his act.
On the day of the abduction, Phillip was wearing khaki pants, blue tennis shoes, and a black Hawaiian shirt adorned with bright orange and red flames and a design of a laughing skull in a top hat behind an array of cards and dice.
Thanks again for all your hard work and awesomeness in doing these. You rock!