What makes up a character? Expression. Color. Shape. Keeping all of these elements simple is key. Simplicity wins with character design. (actually all design in art in my opinion) Where do you start with finding a character that holds a part of you and the style you want to convey? Looking at illustrators that you admire can help lead you in the right direction. What is it about their work you love? Mary Blair is such a huge inspiration for me and lately Momiji dolls too. Again, the simple shapes and design truly draw me in. Mary Blair's work is so deceptively simple. The shapes are simple but the idea and work to get it there is definitely not.
This class focuses more on drawing and exploring simplicity in a way that is not-intimidating. If you can draw circles and squares and triangles, then you can do this class! Come join me in this fun exploration of darling, cute characters
members get this class FREE
for August patrons 2020. (messy inner child tier) - SAVE $ when you sign up for my Patreon.
Lessons and structure at a glance:
- marker and paper talk - also cover blending
- eyes, nose and mouth lesson - learning scale, placement and size matters!
- 1 hour long live zoom replay of my bunny slipper journal page using watercolors and colored pencil
- cute ghost
- and more TBA!
- over 3 hours of real time creating