Scheme & Sketch: The Frog
Here it is lads and ladyboys, the results of the first Scheme & Sketch.Â I would like to thank everyone who submitted their ideas; all two of you.
First let’s take a look at nino1911’s character, Afroman:
As a child he was abandoned by his parents in the jungle,woods,etc.He learned to survive by watching the primates way of life and began to imitated them.Years later he rediscover civilization,but could never adjust to it.He found out that a organization was destroying his home the jungle bulldozing tree and he took the Afroman persona to save jungle.
He dresses mostly in black ninja outfit he stole from a Halloween store that he modify it by putting pieces of wood for shoulder plates and armor,rope together by strings and he runs around bear footed.his weapon of choice is a staff he was gifted by some unknown person.very athletic,has an afro and is in his early 20â€²s.
Although Mr. Nino fleshed out his character’s backstory quite well, visually Afroman is just your everyday ninja with an afro.Â While it might have been interesting seeing how he kept his glorious ‘fro out of sight while still being stealthy, Afroman is sadly our runnerup.
First place goes to Kev who wrote:
Martin Marsh is a 19 year old kid who’s father was the B-list super-criminal “The Salamander”.Â Seeking to redeem his family name and carve his own path as a superhero, the boy uses his father’s research and patents to create the persona of The Frog, a gadgeteering crime-fighter who’s always ready to leap into action!
Not as descriptive as Nino’s, but it’s a guy in a frickin’ frog costume.Â What’s not to love?Â Plus it allowed for our sketchmonkey, D.C., to come up with a couple gadgets.
There you have it folks.Â The Frog is this week’s winner.Â If you would like to possibly see your character all drawn and purdy-like, leave a description in the comments below.Â Good luck.