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GRIZandNORM - Head Framing

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.

grizandnorm: Tuesday Tips — Portfolio 101. With the end of the year/the beginning of the year fast approaching, it’s a good time to revamp your portfolio. These are some quick tips for visual development/character design portfolio. 1. Know what you want on your finish book.Work backwards — decided on how many pages you want, then work from there. 2. Best piece on the first page, second best on the last page, and third best in the middle. (Something that I learned from Art Center. This ...

grizandnorm: Tuesday Tips — Portfolio With the end of the year/the beginning of the year fast approaching, it’s a good time to revamp your portfolio. These are some quick tips for visual development/character design portfolio.

Generic female body proportion. There’s no right or wrong in this, it’s about preference and stylistic choice. I tend to like vintage barbie proportion. It’s good to play around. General rule is to make things that are big to be bigger, small to be...

There’s no right or wrong in this, it’s about preference and stylistic choice. I tend to like vintage barbie proportion. It’s good to play around. General rule is to make things that are big to be bigger, small to be.

Tuesday Tips - “Don’t just stand there!” A surprisingly simple yet challenging exercise. Try to draw as many standing poses of a simple character. Try not using props or things to lean on. It will make the exercise more fulfilling. Go through your...

grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - “Don’t just stand there!” A surprisingly simple yet challenging exercise. Try to draw as many standing poses of a simple character. Try not using props or things to lean.

Tuesday Tips - A tip and an exercise all rolled up into one. Think of a simple shape when designing/drawing characters. When 2 very differently shaped characters collide, a world of possibilities seem to open up. #tuesdaytips #grizandnorm...

grizandnorm: “ Tuesday Tips - A tip and an exercise all rolled up into one. Think of a simple shape when designing/drawing characters. When 2 very differently shaped characters collide, a world of possibilities seem to open up.

Sketches and Stuff I Think is Cool : Photo

Tuesday Tips - More on Hands Create more appealing hands on your character(s) by : -creating a line of action (appeal, simplicity) -grouping fingers as much as possible to simplify the shape -thinking.

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Tuesday Tips - SKULL and BONES Even when drawing the nude figure, it can be difficult to find angles and structure in the body. The skeleton, even when buried under muscle and fat, can be something to rely on because its structural shape doesn’t.