1. Please read the 2 pages shown below on the leaf drop project.
2. Make sure to ink your leaves, tree and self cartoon you drew in class.
3. When you come to class on Tuesday please scan all three.
4. I will show you how to color them in Illustrator.
166 Students: Please print out a couple of copies of the story board sheet shown below. Tomorrow, we will talk about story boarding your project. For homework, try some different character designs for your movie project. we will look at them and your final Walk, Fly, Swim animations.
Hi everyone, sitting in my cave doodling away and I thought I would post a couple of short videos on inking and sketching. Today they will all feature Stephen Silver an illustrator, cartoonist and character designer. Enjoy!
Hi everyone! great job on the ball bounce project! 165 Students: 1. This weekend, ink your rubber hose character 2. Draw yourself as a Simpsons character, full page, full body, in your sketchbook, using your Blue, Red pencil, and ink when done. Pay attention to line quality, play with thick line around the character a use a thin line for the inner part of the body.
Yep! the drawing shown below is yours truly...
1. On Monday at the end of class the Walk, Fly, Swim, is due.
2. Over the weekend think about the big project, below is the outline, we will talk about it on Monday.
Homework 165 Students: In your sketchbook, full page, in red/blue pencil, draw yourself, full body as a rubber hose style character. NO SHADING and NO INK! Tomorrow in class we will finish the ball bounce and work on inking techniques, so please bring your black markers.
Yep! the two shown below are different versions of myself as a rubber hose character.
166 Students: This Thursday at the end of class we will look at you progress on the Walk, Fly, Swim animations.
1. Read Pages:Look at pg. 84-95 in the Richard Williams textbook.
2. Draw a caricature of a current politician. Full head and full page.
Use yourbluepencil to design the basic shape, add the redpencil for detail. No Graphite! and add black ink. No need to color your drawings.
Be ready to show me your "walk, fly, swim" character designs. At the end of class I would like to see a penciled character page. (Note: the same pose is used for each drawing all on the same page and lined up)