Drawing Basics for Posing and Expressions




As I mentioned in the preface, this book starts with the conceit that you have a character or characters already designed—so now what do you do with them? You may want to use them in a comic book, a video game, an animated film, a TV show, or a children’s book. How you use them is important, but what you are trying to communicate with them is what is most important. Drawing style does not matter concerning the instruction in this book. How you approach showcasing your characters is what matters.

If I had to write a “mission statement” for this book it would be this: ...

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