The project also includes diverse body types. So, this boy has a larger body type than the others so far.
A pretty color plaid overshirt and bantu knots. I hadn’t drawn that hairstyle before. I think she’s cute.
I was proud of how the tie-dye pattern and cornrows turned out. This one is intentionally ambiguous on gender because we wanted to be fully inclusive.
Number four of 150.
This project was divided into 10 batches of 15 images each. Most batches had two little kids aged 4-6, 6 kids ages 7-9, 3 aged 10-13, and four adults. Most of the batches focused on a specific racial/ethnic group in order to ensure that we included a full range of ages and gender expressions for each racial/ethnic group, especially for the kids. We didn’t want to risk leaving anyone out.
As you can see, this guy is supposed to be black, age 7-9, thin body type, with a male gender expression, wearing glasses.
Another one. This project is for a Build-a-Book App for Learning A-Z.
Yes, this is going to be a series. I’m planning to share all 150 of these, one every other day.
This little guy seems happy.
I just recently completed a project for Learning A-Z. I drew 150 characters, full color, isolated on white. Here’s the first one.
Isn’t she cute?
Not to end on too harsh a note for the kids, they do get to go to FUNZone. The agreement was for if they went undefeated during the regular season. So, losing the championship doesn’t keep them from getting their party.
This is a very morality focused storyline, if you haven’t gathered yet. Since the kids goofed off so much before, it catches up to them. They aren’t paying much attention during the game, assuming they’ll win with no effort, and so they lose the final championship game.
Here’s the 11th interior.
The team is in a locker room at the Sea Turtle’s school. They’re relaxed and goofing off a little. Nothing serious, but they also don’t seem very concerned about the up-coming game.