Prashant Gurung

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In splining, subtle mechanics like weight shifts, settles, etc. are some of the hardest things to perfect. I animated these examples for my upcoming Body Mechanics…

In splining, subtle mechanics like weight shifts, settles, etc. are some of the hardest things to perfect. I animated these examples for my upcoming Body Mechanics…

“Types of Shots (1)” | drawing tips by Normand Lemay -  Blog/Website | (http://grizandnorm.tumblr.com/) ★

grizandnorm: “ Tuesday Tips - Types of Shots (And What they Say.) Part 1 Camera angles and proximity really do convey a lot of information to your audience. Knowingly or unknowingly, your choices affect the viewers. What do you want them to feel or.

Griz and Norm Tuesday Tips - Head Framing (in storyboarding) Clarity is key when dealing with the head, especially the eyes when storyboarding. More to come on eye direction and framing (staging) in general. Norm #grizandnorm #tuesdaytips

Griz and Norm Tuesday Tips - Head Framing (in storyboarding) Clarity is key when dealing with the head, especially the eyes when storyboarding. More to come on eye direction and framing (staging) in general. Norm # storyboard # tips

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“Teeth!” | drawing tips by Normand Lemay* Blog/Website | (http://grizandnorm.tumblr.com/)

grizandnorm: “ Tuesday Tips - TEETH! Always a good tool to have in your “drawing arsenal”. In general, less is more. The less you pay attention to the individual teeth, the better. But, sometimes, a certain character or situation will call upon your.

“Leg Support” | drawing tips by Normand Lemay* • Blog/Website | (www.grizandnorm.tumblr.com) ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES • Do you love Character Design? Join the Character Design Challenge! Share your unique vision of a theme every month, promote your art, learn and make new friends in a community of over 12.000 artists :D  Join our group today: www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge || ★

grizandnorm: “ Tuesday Tips - Leg Support It’s easy to forget weight and balance when attempting quick gesture drawings. The figure can feel “floaty” on the page. Something to keep in mind is body weight, and how it is often distributed through the.