Full week 7/25-7/28: Teen Anime Drawing
Full week tuition M-Th 1-3
- 125 US dollars$125
- Milford ConnectEd & Inspired
July 25th-28th from 1-3PM This class is only being offered for the full week! Ages 10+ welcome to join this class Day One: Foundations The most important part of any type of art is a strong, solid foundation. They will practice drawing the basic three-dimensional shapes that make up animated characters including spheres, cubes, cylinders, and prisms. The first full character drawing will be an instructor-led lesson on how to draw an already existing animated character. Day Two: Creating Your Character Part 1: Physical Appearances and Expressions To begin, the instructor will give a lesson on how to draw different facial expressions in an animated style. Students will then begin to create their own original character. Students will be encouraged to base their original character off an already existing franchise or art style that they enjoy, or they can create a character completely based on their imagination. Students will begin to design their character’s facial features, hairstyles, outfits, and other physical attributes in preparation for the character reference sheet that they will be creating on day three. Day Three: Creating Your Character Part 2: Character Reference Sheets and Attributes Students will be encouraged to brainstorm their original character’s origins, personality traits, likes, and dislikes to add more dimension to their character. The instructor will show the students examples of character reference sheets including those created by famous Haikyuu! manga artist Haruichi Furudate. Students will then create a reference sheet for their own original character that will include a finalized illustration, two different facial expressions, and information about the character. Day Four: Learning to Draw Specific Characters For the final day, students will present their character reference sheet to the class and students will be encouraged to offer compliment and and critiques to their peers. Afterward, students will then learn how to draw a few of the characters that they requested on day one. Time will most likely allow students to learn how to draw two to three characters.
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