Number 50 of 150

No fooling, we’re only a third of the way through this project. Lots more to come.

Here’s one of our gender non-conforming or ambiguous characters. Since they’re indigenous, the braid isn’t a gender indicator, and the clothing is intentionally gender neutral.

I think I may have drawn them to read a bit older than the 7-9 I was going for. Maybe I should have rounded that chin a little more. Maybe smaller hands. I have mentioned before that this project was scheduled a bit tight, right?

A cartoon illustration of a standing indigenous child, aged 7-9.  They have long black hair pulled back in a low braid.  They are smiling with their mouth open as if talking.  One hand is held up as if gesturing.  They are wearing glasses, a short-sleeved western shirt, jeans, and sneakers.

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