Tips#2 Taro

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Tips#2 Taro

This is the second part of a series of articles on simple structure and points that you can refer to when creating your own skins ๐Ÿ’ช
You can download the actual skin at the bottom of the page if you like it ๐Ÿ™†๏ธ
Of course, you can also import this skin into Skin Editor and customize it ๐Ÿค–.

Taro

This time, I created Taro.
I created this image of my son with a full head of hair in front.
He is a little naughty and likes TNT ๐Ÿ’ฃ

Taro in the world๏ผˆfront๏ผ‰ Taro in the world๏ผˆback๏ผ‰

Skin

The configuration of the skin looks like the following.

  • To make it easier to understand, the over layer image hides the under layer, but as of now (July 6, 2021), the Skin Editor does not provide the ability to hide the under layer when editing the over layer ๐Ÿ™‡โ€โ™‚๏ธ

HEAD

The over layer expresses the roundness of the hair and the overlapping area.
By not painting the top row of the over layer, a slight step is created to express the roundness.
This time, I made the eyes a little larger to give the face a child-like appearance.

left: under layer
right: over layer

head skin

BODY/ARMS

There is nothing difficult to do here.
I added a creeper-like pattern to the front of the body. It's a very simple design, but it's immediately recognizable as a creeper, which shows the high level of design quality in Minecraft ๐Ÿ’…

left: body under layer
right: arms under layer

body and arms skin

legs

I made colorful short pants.
I used an over layer to express flip flops.
By wrapping it around the sides, I was able to create a three-dimensional expression.

left: under layer
right: under layer

legs skin

Taro Skin

Here are the skins I created ๐Ÿ™†๏ธ
Please play around with this โœ‹

skin

Skin Editor ๐Ÿš€