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Your next step is to design your environments. You need to sketch out your map, paying extra close attention to how the character is going to be directed through the map. You will need to design some kind of path so that your player understand where they need to go. Below are some examples of maps, both by former students and from the internet, to hopefully give you some inspiration. (But, as always, you are to do your own work!)
So, the next thing we are going to do is design our character. So think about your story and how the player character would look. You need to sketch your character from the front, side, and back. You will also need to add color, but you can do that in class. Get the outlines drawn for class, and I’ll have colored pencils in class tomorrow. Below are some examples of what you could do to plan out your character. The first few are from the internet, and at the end are ones from students in previous years.
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