Ask Questions Before the Stream Starts! I'll be exploring ideas for a Harvestman themed video game and will be using the same process that's featured in my course. During the livestream, I'll take suggestions from the community in real time and apply them while also answering any questions about my process or about Monster Lab. Should be a good time :) Get my Character Design Course - Character Design Monster Lab
Hello! The stream was cool, thank you. I hope it's still ok to ask questions. If I understood correctly, you make around 4 versions of a character, and then one is picked. How far developed are these versions? Are they more sketches or more final works? Are they colored? Do you develop them further? Here are cleaned-up sketches from the stream.
Oh boi I sure do love drawing weird tech aliens and farmer druid with flowers coming out of their butt ❤ I'm really starting to appreciate asymmetry in designs Thanks for the stream man.
What do you do if the character design brief uses words you haven't heard before? Do you ask for clarification immediately?
Is there a non-presencial way to present a comic book portfolio to an editor/comics publisher?
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What sort of qualifications would companies be looking for if you wanted to be a concept artist?
Random Question: Do you like the walking dead? If is affirmative, ¿What do you like of the walking dead?
Question: how much time do you have to create a character design? and what info they gave you before you even start?
I feel like my biggest struggle when trying to come up with character design concepts is that my thought pattern is very linear and basic. Any tips to help loosen up the mind so that these kinds of ideas come more easily? Thank you for your time!
How much of an animal/human anatomy does one need to know to become a creature designer? I like drawing animals/figures from photos, but I am not much into studying muscles, their names and so on... Also, how would you go about learning to draw animal-based creatures from imagination? The animal world is so vast that it is a bit overwhelming. Would you start with one group like birds, and focus on it for a longer period? Thanks!
How much time do you spend exploring and just sketching loosely without designing, VS how much time you spend deliberately designing a character?
Question: How do you design a certain character that is different from your state of mind? When I draw characters they inherit my emotions almost everytime and I know that’s not very professional. Thank you