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    Question Character Height Sheets

    hi

    I need some help.

    I am designing some game characters, all various sizes and builds.

    I need a way of arranging my characters next to each other, either by using photoshop so that i can compare them and make sure the heights and builds look correct in proportion to each other.

    does anyone know of any height sheets that i could use to do this.
    I already know the heights of my characters.

    Thanks, would really appreciate any advice

    Taran

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    you could make your own...
    Im sure its not that hard just make the reference height and number it off to the side and put the characters next to each other in proportion with the guide, like a police line up

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    Make one yourself:

    Use one character as reference, say he's 5'8. Make a new document with inches as incriments, about 6.5 inches high to allow for taller chars. Each inch is a foot, every 12th is an inch, etc.

    Now make a rectangle, and mark off each foot and every few inches if you like. As long as you scale the rectangle with that one character, you can plop them and eventually every other character into any document you wish.

    Doing it this way, you can also stylize the chart however you want.


    Hope that helped

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    thanks for that rhineville

    I will keep that in mind when I redo the character sheet, for the time being I have used head heights as measurements, like the comic book figures.

    seems to work pretty well.

    thanks

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