Cartoon Drawing for Digital Animation

This is the place to find all kinds of extra information required for ARTDM 165-166

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Weekend Homework

165 Students:
Its time to begin the last part of you character animation. Using the same character that you have been working with for the walk cycle, choose one of the two jump cycles from the page shown below. 
























* The upper row represents the key poses for the Disney jump. 
(More realistic)


* The lower row of drawings represent the key poses for the Warner Brothers jump. (Rubbery)


OR, you may pick one of the Neil Sanders style crazy walks, shown on the page below.



Goal, draw your character in the same key frame poses that are show in the examples. Remember, 
to stay on model, copy the pose exactly. Pencil only!
See you Monday, when we review for the quiz!

166 Students:
I will review your scanned backgrounds with you.

Homework

165 Students:
Go to the walk cycle tab, scroll to the bottom, find the instructions for adding a blink and a pause to the current project. We will review on Thursday.

Thursday, July 13, 2017

7/13 Homework

165 Students:
Go to the walk cycle tab at the top of the blog and follow the instructions for Monday
166 Students: 
Go to the Watercolor Tab at the top of the screen and follow the instructions, on Monday bring your watercolor pencils, bulb brush, and watercolor paper. I will demonstrate some inking techniques.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

7/12 Homework

165 Students:
   If you have not completed the penciled version of your character page, please do so. When you come 
in tomorrow you will scan and test it as a pencil 
only rotation. 

   If you have completed testing your character spin in pencil and I have checked it, please ink it with your black marker. You will color it in class tomorrow.



Tuesday, July 11, 2017

7/11 Homework

Draw yourself as an Anime style character

Full page, red pencil in your 
sketchbook, ink and color.


Monday, July 10, 2017

7/10 Homework

Studio Card
Design a studio card for your animations. 
See samples below.