Art Inspiration: Heroes vs. Villains – Lorra


As part of the final assignment in my resent drawing club, I had the students create their own hero or villain. Their characters could have up to 2 powers/abilities; a unique name and they had to indicate if they were either a hero or villain. The students also wanted me to redraw their character, in the comic book style, once they had handed their original in. I needed the original as a reference, I told them and I wanted them to do the work. The variety I received was amazing and it inspired me to create a wide range of characters.

I began with my version of the villain’s leader and in the next few weeks I will post the student’s original character with my version that I gave to them. In the past few weeks I posted the Villains now its time for the Heroes to make an appearance …

Hero 09 – Lorra

Some students modeled their character after popular comics they are familiar with, yet this student wanted to create something very unique. The student also wanted to create a character with another student so that they would be twins. They would look like each other but have some different abilities.

I liked the idea and encouraged the two with any help they needed or asked for. Her “Twin” is the previous hero character Korra. They would both have wings with feathers yet the hair would be different and they would have the same ability of telekinesis, however Korra would control water and Lorra will control fire.

I thought this was very imaginative and showed them how to draw wings and showed them the character Archangel from X-men.   Those where the wings she and her friend were looking for therefore I drew her character with this character in mind. I started with the same body pose as the twin and then I drew in the wings. Yet unlike her twin’s wings stance of them coming down as if wrapping around her body, I drew this character’s wings up to show them for all to see.

I showed the student my version of her character and she was ecstatic. She loved the pose and the wings yet she wanted it to look almost identical to her friend’s character. I said that you two are twins but there, like your abilities, slight differences. Then I reminded them of a couple of twins in the school they knew and they both have slight differences too. After I said this she felt better and was showing everyone her character proudly. I hope you to will enjoy the ninth hero character from Heroes VS. Villains – Lorra.

 

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