Having already done one character sheet, I had a pretty good idea of how this one should go. Which was a good thing, because children are hard.
Particularly this one. Eris is in latest, most gangly childhood, which I think makes her about eleven years old. This is the skinniest she will ever be, but she also has an adult-size head on a child-height body. Which kind of makes her look like a pez dispenser.
But the challenges I've set for myself don't end with Eris being a child. I've also made her mixed race.
Comic artists handle racial indicators in different ways. The simplest is of course just to use color. But I want my comic to be done, oh, this decade, so I'm mostly going to be sticking to black and white.
In black and white, there are three options: Blackface (awkward), hashmarks, (which generally looks like some kind of skin condition) and actually being goddamn good at your job and drawing faces with a specific shape to them.
So... I'm trying to go with that last one.