How to start the sides of the mascot?

I’m starting to work on my own mascots with Adobe Illustrator. Designing the front of the mascot is no problem for me. Unfortunately, I don’t know how to design the sides and back of the mascot. I’m afraid I can’t accurately hit the body size and curves. In other words, I’m afraid it will look like a different mascot in the final. Is there any solution to help? Any help? How to make your work easier when creating the sides of the mascot and the back of the mascot?

Thank you

Are you trying to use the 3D tools in Illustrator? Generally, if you make a 3D object, you are already creating the front sides, etc. of the object.

Please clarify what you are trying to do.

Most likely, I create the mascot in a classic 2D editor (Adobe Illustrator) :frowning:

Conscientiously plan how and where you are going to use your our brand mascot.
You can use choose character approach to how you are going to introduce the mascot.
You can use your website, social media, or you can promote your character.
Create a post that provokes people to respond.
Get the ideas from living being or maybe imaginary character.

To design the sides and back of your mascot in Adobe Illustrator:

  1. Use reference images.
  2. Consider 3D modeling software.
  3. Mirror your design for symmetry.
  4. Utilize Illustrator’s vector tools.
  5. Practice, get feedback, and stay patient.

Unfortunately, we can’t help you with the limited information you have given us. Why don’t you draw a sketch of what you have and what you want to do?

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