Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
May 1, 2012
Duration
3h 37m
Description

In this Photoshop tutorial, we will further develop our stylized female character concept by drawing some of her expressions. We'll get started by taking a look at each of the features on a face and learning about how they can be drawn to communicate a variety of different expressions. Next we will start slow and remove the problems of perspective from the equation by learning how to draw our expressions on a profile of our character. From here, we'll move on and learn how to draw the same expressions on a 3/4 view of the character. Lastly, we will spend some time learning how a character's body language can be used in conjunction with their facial expression to really help communicate their emotions. After completing this course, you'll have a good idea how to further develop your characters by exploring how their expressions might change depending on the situation. Software required: Photoshop CS5.

About the author
About the author

Eddie is a content producer for Unity as well as a seasoned shading, texturing, lighting and rendering artist. He takes pride in helping creative professionals reach their learning goals.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Introduction and Project Overview
[Autogenerated] Hello and welcome to this series of lessons focusing on drawing expressions for a stylized character presented by digital tutors and Adobe Authorized training Center. My name is Eddie, and I'll be walking through my process of further exploring our stylized female character, which we created in our creating stylized female character concepts in photo shop CS five course. By drawing some of her expressions, we'll get started by taking a look at each of the features on the face and learning about how they could be drawn to communicate a variety of different expressions. Next, we'll start slow and remove the problems of perspective from the equation by learning how to draw our expressions on a profile of our character. From here, we'll move on and learn how to draw the same expressions on a 3/4 view of the female character. Lastly, we'll spend some time learning how our characters body language, can be used in conjunction with their facial expressions to really help communicate their emotions. After completing this course, you'll have a good idea how to further develop your characters by exploring pounder expressions might change depending on the situation. So let's go and get started with our next lesson.