Step-by-step: What goes into a character sheet?
1 Flip the image of your front view and edit from there to draw the back view. Take note of perspective, redrawing some areas as necessary. If your character has layers or items they normally carry, include them. Shading and rendering isn’t key. Clarity of your character’s design is. 2 Include the usual facial expressions, such as happy, sad, angry and also fear. Try to also think about your character’s personality and make use of your design to express how they’ll look and feel in certain situations. Keep any captions short, to reduce clutter. 3 Arrange your imagery and text explanations sensibly, and be sure to include a fully rendered piece of character art. Consider using different fonts at a range of sizes to add to the information on show. The placement of all your elements is important. Clarity and consistency is key!