A big part of the appeal of Klaus resides in its Character Design. Meet the person responsible for it all, the uber-talented Torsten Shrank, and have a look at his process while designing some of Klaus’ most iconic characters. Continue reading Torsten Shrank on Designing Characters for Klaus
Category: Character Design
The Art and Making of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is the most visually ground breaking film of the year. The artists and technicians on this project were specifically tasked with pushing the boundaries and setting new bars for what’s possible in animated features, and their work deserves to be celebrated. I was an Animator on this film, and with a platform like this at my fingertips, I felt obligated to reach out to all the artists, gather as much material as I could find, and share it with you here. Continue reading The Art and Making of Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Book Review – The Silver Way
Stephen Silver’s, “The Silver Way” is a welcome addition to a small selection of quality character design books. Up until now, I would have recommended Tom Bancroft’s, “Creating Characters with Personality,” and Preston Blair’s, “Advanced Animation,” as the most relevant resources on the subject.
But one thing that sets this book apart Continue reading Book Review – The Silver Way
‘The Soldiers’ Speed Drawing by Sergio Pablos
Designing Aliens by Chez Lindsay
Sergio Pablos on Character Design
Sergio Pablos’ Character Time Lapse Drawing
Lilo & Stitch Style Guide
Originally posted by John Nevarez on Facebook, here’s a look at the strict style guide for Disney’s Lilo & Stitch.
Stephen Silver: Using the Golden Ratio
Dany Fernández’s – Character Design Speed Drawing
Watch The SPA Studios Character Designer, Dany Fernández, draw “The Gang,” in this time-lapse video:
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