Does anyone know what kind of image techniques/effects are likely used to construct images like this? And does anyone know of any software that can allow me to make more characters like this (where their head is angled in a certain direction), at least similar enough that my own characters would blend into the one from this game's?
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If you want to use those pictures in your game and you need to edit them, you will need graphic editor software, like photoshop (or GIMP if you prefer free software).
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Then the lineart was digitally painted-over using a painterly technique (the brushstrokes were slightly transparent, layer upon layer, and were done with a custom brush that has a traditional brush-like appearance).
The shadows/darker shades of colour were then blended together using a soft Smooth Tool.
Highlights were added to areas like the hair, eyes, skin, and other reflective areas.
Basically, a lot of to-life reference, and traditional painting techniques were possibly used to make the images.
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