The face of most of perler beadsprites have the same basic design (eyes, no nose or mouth etc) and shape, so I try to find a face and hair (if possible) from one of my previous perler beadsprites that are similar to what I'll want this one to look like.
Designing League of Legends Perler Beadsprites: Lulu and Pix
This is one League of Legends Perler beadsprite design my daughter has been really excited about: Lulu and Pix!
For League of Legend's Lulu, I want to start with that same basic face and use long hair that sticks out in the front of her hat. Ariel in Pink Dress (watch a timelapse video of Ariel in her pink dress being made), from my Disney Princess Inspired Perler Beadsprites designs.
But Ariel hair wasn't quite right since Lulu's bangs aren't so rounded and they also come down a bit between the eyes:
I added a bit of color to see better. (I started with lavendar colored perler beads for Lulu's skin but the contrast between the hair and face weren't very clear so I changed the skin-tone to see better while I create the Perler bead design.) The bangs weren't quite what we want for Lulu, so I needed to tweak my perler design a bit:
And of course you can't have Lulu without a hat, so I wanted to check if my Santa Gragas's hat shape would be a good place to start, especially since it curves.
Lulu's hat was a bit of a problem. I needed to give Lulu's hat it's curl but it was just too big.
Once I decided on a hat design for Lulu, it was time to add her adorable ears.
For Lulu's ears, I went back to another of my League of Legend perler beadsprite designs: Classic Teemo. His ears were just right for Lulu!
Check out my other League of Legends inspired Perler beadsprite designs
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