The protagonist is the timid young daughter of a guardian that tends to a garden of flowers, where each flower represents a villager's soul. When the guardian and garden are infected by a fungus, it's up to the daughter to restore purity to her mother and the flowers. I took the idea for the garden from Igong from Korean mythology and tried to write my own story around it to give it some depth. So far I've drawn turnarounds and expressions/actions sheets for the most important characters.
Preliminary sketches of the protagonist (who was projected to be MUCH younger initially) and the guardian. I named the little girl Seung-hwa/승화... I'm not familiar with the aesthetics of Korean names, I just looked up two meaningful characters formed a name with them?? I hope it doesn't sound weird
Final designs for Seung-hwa, the guardian, and the infected guardian. If you notice some differences in design between the turnarounds and expressions/actions sheets, it's because I applied some suggestions I received from critique.