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Turnarounds

Turnarounds: Learning Character Development and Design
Turnarounds: Learning Character Development and Design

Creating a sketch of your character in a turnaround, which is a viewpoint that shows the character from front, back, and side view along a grid, helps you to keep the proportions consistent. Although turnarounds are typically used for animation, they can be useful for any situation where the character is appearing in sequential scenes. Here you’ll see how a turnaround is used to maintain consistency of a character in both two dimensional and three dimensional form.

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Skill Level Beginner
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Design Illustration

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