Animators are commonly faced with a stereotype – they can draw extremely well or rather that they are artists. And if someone can’t draw, then they aren’t considered to be a great animator. However, not every artist can draw well and more often than not, art is extremely subjective.
So, this is why there is this course! If you are an animator or a budding animator, but you can’t draw well, then this is the perfect place for you to be.The main question that we cover in this course is – How good do you need to be in sketching and drawing to be able to do decent animation?
The answer to this is – Decent, not good, not great, but just decent.
So, if you are an exceptional at drawing or even sketching, you might not have much to gain from this course. You can definitely take a look at the basics of sketching and brush up on your drawing skills, so you are also free to take a look at this course.
However, for anyone who isn’t that talented at drawing or sketching, this course is meant for you! In this course, we will take a look at the basics of sketching and drawing and how you can practice to the point where you become a great animator with some solid sketching skills.
What you will learn in this course:
- How to develop enough skill to draw anything you want in any style you want
- The difference between drawing and sketching
- How to measure proportions
- How to duplicate references
- How to draw basic 2d shapes and combine them to draw what you want
- How to sketch basic 3d shapes
- How to draw perspective using vanishing points and perspective lines
- How to sketch a 3d scene
- How to sketch and design very simple characters
- How to sketch poses in 2D
- How to sketch character poses in 3D
- How to sketch thumbnails for animation
- And finally, how to draw hands.
So, if you are interested to improve your drawing and sketching skills, enroll now!