You have an idea that you want to turn into animation, and now you want to create the characters that will move the story.
How do they look? Are they friendly? Aggressive? Stubborn?
You decide your character should look friendly, great! You draw what you have in your mind and you feel proud. Good for you. But what if what you designed gets criticized and people say “With that smile, it looks naughty, not friendly”.
Why? How can you make your characters communicate the personality you intent for them?
This is where this course will help.
In here you will learn the theory behind character psychology, how to make characters with a soul, with personality.
And not only that, but you will also learn how to communicate all those feelings and emotions through your designs.
You will learn how to establish different attitudes by using different shapes, you will understand the meaning of having round features, or pointy features.
And then, after you know the theory, we will practice the whole process of putting the character you have in your mind into paper, by first establishing a strong pose that communicates your character’s personality.
You will learn:
- How to create memorable characters
- The Theory behind character psychology
- 4 Basic areas of personality that will make your character outstand all others
- How to define attitude
- The basics of concept art
- Understand shapes and meaning