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Draw With Jazza - Creating Characters: Fun and Easy Guide to Drawing Cartoons and Comics Paperback – 8 November 2016
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Draw With Jazza YouTube star Josiah Brooks breaks down an easy-to-follow method that will help you to invent and draw original characters time and time again. Whether sci-fi or steampunk, comic book heroines or tattooed action heroes, animal familiars or alien races, you will discover the limitless possibilities of creating your very own characters for comic books, cartoons, video games and more!
No matter what your skill level, you can draw from concept to finished art with confidence. Jazza shows you how as he walks you through The Design Process!
• Discover. Learn techniques just like the pros use for developing characters--their backstory, personality and physicality; decide your drawing style; and explore and organize your inspiration.
• Design. Use brainstorm sketching to refine your character's persona. Use simplified lines and shapes to draw men and women, practice poses and play with body shapes, sizes, ages and outfits.
• Develop. Refine your best ideas by choosing features, color schemes, settings and context to reflect your end goal.
• Deliver. Finish your concept art with character turnarounds, expression sheets, pose variations and more to create a complete picture of your characters and their world.
About the Author
- Publisher : IMPACT Books (8 November 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 144 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1440344949
- ISBN-13 : 978-1440344947
- Item Weight : 544 g
- Dimensions : 20.83 x 0.76 x 27.43 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #188,422 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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It won't necessarily make you a better at drawing (there *is* the, seemingly obligatory, section on head and anatomy construction wehich nearly all drawing books include) but it does share everything on the character design process used by Jazza.
Even if you're an avid follower of Jazza you'll get something extra from this book : whether it's additional information, or having all that information in one place or even it being in book format (personally I still prefer books to online). Actually, if you're an avid follower of Jazza you might just get this regardless as you'll know it'll be quality.
Highly recommended, and check out the Archive tutorials on youtube.
And I found his tutorials and videos very useful.
So I deceided to pick up his book.
I'm not great at drawing, but compared to my friends I'm actually decent.
What I struggle with the most is proportions of characters, this book really helps you step by step to create characters, and showing you how to strutucre the basic face outline to make a good looking face for the character.
It’s an in-depth book that he probably will get lost following at this age but it is cream packed full of drawing ideas to copy and I know he will absolutely love it.
Well written and illustrated as expected but probs not suitable for kids but sons age and younger.
Being a doodler myself I’d enjoy this book.