In this course, you will :
- Teaches you how to make your own dynamic character illustrations
- Learn how to draw expressive anthropomorphic characters for children's stories using animal anatomy, observation, and other drawing techniques.
- Dive into the course materials, from sketchbooks to different types of pencils, before learning what an action line is and how it can express the mood of your character.
- See how to divide your subject into three parts before drawing it in perspective with a horizon line and vanishing points.
- Learn the fundamentals of animal anatomy and the value of observation in drawing accurate features and poses.
- Learn how to define and exaggerate your character's features to give your illustrations a cartoon-like quality.
1. The Basic Body Structure
- The Materials Needed
- Defining the Intention: the Action Line
- The Three Parts of an Animal
- The Perspective
2. Building around the Structure
- Animal Anatomy
3. Developing the Character
- The Sketch
- Structure, Stability, and Volumes
- Honing and Final Touches
- Anthropomorphic Characters