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Characters in context: Designing a cast

Characters in context: Designing a cast: Learning Character Development and Design
Characters in context: Designing a cast: Learning Character Development and Design

Designing a cast ensemble means balancing different “types” of characters. Choosing a variety of shapes and proportions, costumes, and colors helps to make an ensemble cast more interesting and inviting to the viewer. Here we’ll look at what several lead character designers do to ensure a wide variety of characters and use contrast of design to help ensure that your designs aren’t overly similar or static in character lineups.

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Skill Level Beginner
1h 25m
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Design Illustration

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