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Notes on Character Design
I received the question pictured below at my tumblr blog. In case it's useful to anyone here, I decided to go ahead and use this otherwise dormant journal to share the article I put together in response.
Character design and drawing are tome-sized topics and even if I had all the answers (I don't - I have a lot to learn), I'm not sure I could communicate them effectively. Here are some thoughts an ideas that might help, though.
First, some general things...
Let some of that anxiety go. This isn't a hard science. There's no wrong way,
Art tipstumblr post
''anonymous asked:hey how to start drawing SHIT if I am a beginner?''
My answer ( ' * ' = links below):
- Have a sketchbook. Or any drawing paper just so could have it with yourself at all times. Unless you’re Artgerm, who once in some interview have stated that he doesn't doodle in a sketchbook, ever. I wish we all were him but we all can't be him.
- Doodle once in awhile, doesn’t have to be everyday but make it your goal. This is the best way to start. As children we all started off with doodling so why not to take it into another level when you are able to learn faster and more efficient with just doodling!
- Less “Awh they’re so much better than me and they are YOUNGER than me ” more: “Everyone is evolving at different pace and everyone are at different point in