Le Pueblo

Le Pueblo

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Tuesday Tips- Crowd Characters — When I need to fill a crowd with characters, I usually try to pick a few simple shapes and use those to build a series a characters to complete the scene. I may switch it up by adding a hat, glasses, switching gender,...

Tuesday Tips- Crowd Characters — When I need to fill a crowd with characters, I usually try to pick a few simple shapes and use those to build a series a characters to complete the scene. I may switch it up by adding a hat, glasses, switching gender,...

Tuesday Tips - Cape It Simple! I don't need to add too much explanation today. A cape, cloak or long coat simplifies the silhouette of most character, gives them a unique look or presence and conceals a lot of the overall anatomy. Keep track of the character underneath to know where to fold, drop or stretch the fabric. The fabric itself should play a role too. Different behave differently. Movement and gravity are key to "ground" your character in the environment and make it look…

Tuesday Tips - Cape It Simple! I don't need to add too much explanation today. A cape, cloak or long coat simplifies the silhouette of most character, gives them a unique look or presence and conceals a lot of the overall anatomy. Keep track of the character underneath to know where to fold, drop or stretch the fabric. The fabric itself should play a role too. Different behave differently. Movement and gravity are key to "ground" your character in the environment and make it look…

Tuesday Tips - Half and Half A technique I apply to help me draw the torso/hips area as well as the face. Splitting it in half helps me compare the width of mirrored features on the the other half. Also very useful when the body twists and folds on...

Tuesday Tips - Half and Half A technique I apply to help me draw the torso/hips area as well as the face. Splitting it in half helps me compare the width of mirrored features on the the other half. Also very useful when the body twists and folds on.

Tuesday Tips - Head Framing (in storyboarding) Clarity is key when dealing with the head, especially the eyes when storyboarding. More to come on eye direction and framing (staging) in general.