ArspirationCharacter Design | Artist InterviewsAnimation BackgroundsOne Frame Per Doodle: Lines of actionRevised my gesture notes this morning in the bus and later refined the way I draw gesture around the line of action (red pencils). Here are my first results - 2 min pose:AnimSchoolBlogCharacter Design for ProductionWith my online character design classes starting this weekend, I wanted to put a little more info out there about them. One of the classes I offer is Character Design for Production. This class is an 8 week course that takes you from beginning to end on the professional production of a character design. Whether you prefer designing in a more graphic and 2-D style, or are looking to develop a design with more of a 3-D sensibility, this class covers it all. For more info on this class, or to register to sign up, click HERE
Living Lines Librarytheconceptartblog.comAnimeBackgroundsaymrc: A selection of Backgrounds made for Space Dandy #9, episode imagined and directed by Eunyoung Choi. I had the chance to paint every backgrounds which took 4 and ½ month for 340 cuts. If you like those I can make an other selection :) Anyway I encourage you to watch the show!You can also follow me on twitter : I don’t usually reblog anything for Anime Backgrounds, but given the nature of this I’m going to make an exception.
Animation Tips & Tricks: Six key skills to succeed as an animatorI love my job. I get to see students — who have a massive desire and passion to tackle their challenges internally and externally — make their dreams come to life. Not everyone succeeds, yet there are common threads that tie those who do together. Here are six key areas of personal development I’ve seen in those who succeed as animators: Be humble. Attitude plays a MAJOR role in your success. Who wants to work with a jerk? Be thirsty. These six little things could take a lifetime to nurture. -Bobby "Boom" Beck