Wow, now this is quite the ensemble! I do love the diversity here. Definitely more than your average bunch of Cookie Cutter Cuties here. It's cool to see a cast that runs the gamut.
Vanessa's quite the cute little shy character complete with sweet, puffy pigtails. Leda's similarly sweet, and her wide sleeves and orange-rimmed knee-high socks are very appealing. The bands of her socks especially bring out the girth of her calves, which emphasizes Leda's cute shortness.
I think I'm especially enjoying the design of Alice. She takes artsy to a whole new level to the point that she actually looks like a giant paintbrush herself, hair dipped straight in the fuchsia acrylics. That fiery shirt gives her a definite sense of artistic passion and with the combination of hot pink chequered arm band, lime green buckle and shoes etc. Alice is practically a living hallucinogenic trip. Very "out there" look.
I'm liking Gwen's cosmic style what with the Saturn earrings to compliment that starry dress of hers. And of course her nebulous amassment of curly hair to complete the look. I did always find ridiculously voluminous curls to be my favourite part of black character designs. I kind of find it neat how you gave Gwen's a few stray wiry strands instead of a perfect do. And in a way I'd say Gwen's complexion kind of suits the feel of her look, reminiscent of the ever-mysterious void of space.
Felly sure has some sass! That loose wrist says it all. This preppy socialite sure is a slender character, which is much further pronounced by those poofy harem pants of hers and big, dangling bangles. Felly's dainty feet, rail-thin legs and frilly thigh-high socks all say she is a delicate creature, or at least puts herself in that image, but the fiery heat in those cheeks and that expression say otherwise. Felly definitely gives the air of the hostile type of clique girl and judging by her line of vision, I wouldn't be surprised if she has a mortal enmity against that loose strand alone. If all those don't say anything, the earrings in the fashion of golden purses cinch it: This lady is all about being the prettiest thing around and will take vicious measures to achieve that goal. And she is not to be crossed at any cost.
I particularly appreciate the look of Daphne. With her long face and hooked nose, she's definitely outside the box when it comes to features. Also, it's kind of cool how she's much more full-bodied than Felly but still can pull off a blue bikini top which along with those earrings make her reminiscent of Princess Jasmine. Also, got to love those paradoxical outfits of furry outerwear combined with grand amounts of exposed skin making one wonder what exactly the weather was like in this picture.
Noreen's got a cool Perky Goth look going on, and I'm getting a kick out of the ridiculously low crotch of her pants. They look as if they'd make walking difficult, but then again, maybe Noreen doesn't have a lot of places to go in particular. Hope reminds me a lot of Beth from Total Drama with the colour combination of her clothes. Her stout figure, mousy brown hair and glasses contribute to this, though Hope looks as if she might be the type to live a little rougher with the bruised knee. I like the little awkward quirks she's got like the end of her belt sticking way out. She's got a pretty fascinating white-collar-meets-the-outdoors feel going on to her character. And that smile says "plain girl with a big heart".
Susie's got quite the unique design. Quite fond of the crossed gartering that one, and the Hermes shoes and crenelations edging her sleeves and bottom of her shirt give her a very classical feel. The grey of her outfit also gives her the sense of being ancient, belonging to a much older time. And then there's Arianne, who's just pretty and stylish. I do like how you do pretty and stylish. Black heart purses with star buckles are cool. Nice design.
My my, you've sure got quite a bit out of me. Naturally I really like your designing skills, you really are good at this. Lovely diversity in this bunch.
It would be a game, if I ever came up with the way it should work. I think it can be more of a visual novel, something like that. I'm not going to start any side projects before I'm done with BBR, at least now, but this is one of the stories I'd like to show the most. In short, it's all about creepypastas, dark woods and hallucinations
That would be a story much rather than a game indeed, but I'd use game elements for big locations exploring (walking in the woods, y'know), some quest searching and fighting scenes. Especially fighting scenes, that might be a rare story of mine that has any real significant fights