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Macho Men and Overweight Characters

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The Macho Men and Overweight Characters Tutorial.

 

In this nine hour course Paris illustrates four characters (two heroes and two villains) to demonstrate the techniques he uses to create the initial design, then to convey motion and expression.

 

Session 1: The Faces - 90 Minutes

This first session focuses on designing the face. You'll get an insight into the creation process of both the macho and overweight characters and gain an understanding of the head shape and features that are needed to develop your own characters.

Session 4: Posing in Motion - 4 Hours and 7 Minutes

This lengthy session will give you a comprehensive look at how to pose your characters. Most of the full body poses are drawn (in real-time) in this session, where you'll learn how to take an animator's approach to illustrating action-heavy poses.

 

 

Session 2: The Library - 55 Minutes

Session two concentrates on building a library of facial features for your characters. You'll learn how to create different eyes, eye shapes, noses, ears and mouths to convey the right feel for your soft-hearted or brutish creations.

Session 5: Expressions - 2 Hours and 14 Minutes

This final session focuses on expressions of the face. Paris draws dozens of expressions and gives you his unique insight to capturing that perfect look. He will also teach you a lip-sync animation technique to help you develop your character's expressions.

 

 

Session 3: Understanding the Bodies - 46 Minutes

In this session you'll learn which body features to EXAGGERATE (< like that). You'll gain an understanding of the basic shapes of the body and their features as they relate to macho men and overweight characters.

The Macho Men and Overweight Characters Tutorial. In this nine hour course Paris illustrates four characters (two heroes and two villains) to demonstrate the techniques he uses to create the initial design, then to convey motion and expression.
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