Shaun Campbell

Shaun Campbell

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Tuesday Tips – Hair Design. Hi! Thank you so much for the super kind response on the hair design I did for Moana little friends; so I thought I would share with you on how I approach it. First is know the WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, and WHY? WHO are we...

Tuesday Tips – Hair Design. Thank you so much for the super kind response on the hair design I did for Moana little friends; so I thought I would share with you on how I approach it.

are feature animation artists at Walt Disney Animation Studio. Griz is a character designer & visual development artist. Norm is a storyboard artist.

are feature animation artists at Walt Disney Animation Studio. Griz is a character designer & visual development artist. Norm is a storyboard artist.

Art Books :: Art Instruction :: 100 Tuesday Tips - Signed

100 Tuesday Tips - Signed. From the artists:This collection of art tips and techniques is for enthusiasts of drawing, painting, ani

Tuesday Tips – Hand design — MASCULINE vs. FEMININE  These are some design 101 that I always keep in mind whenever I’m designing hands -- mass, shape, and pose.  The basic rule of thumb for mass and shape is, the bulkier and wider the shape; it will appear more masculine.  And the longer, leaner, slender the shape; it will appear more feminine.  Of course these guidelines are NOT absolute, these are suggestions. Try it out and have fun.  XO, Griz  #griz #grizandnorm #100TuesdayTips…

Tuesday Tips – Hand design — MASCULINE vs. FEMININE These are some design 101 that I always keep in mind whenever I’m designing hands; mass, shape, and pose. The basic rule of thumb for mass and shape is, the bulkier and wider the shape;

Griz and Norm's Tuesday Tips - Character Design Page

Griz and Norm's Tuesday Tips - Character Design Page

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Tuesday Tips – Asymmetry in facial expressions. A lot of times, asymmetry will bring energy and movement to a pose or composition. More specifically, I feel like breaking the symmetry of a character’s expression is key to bring interest to it.

Tuesday Tips - A tip and an exercise all rolled up into one. Think of a simple shape when designing/drawing characters. When 2 very differently shaped characters collide, a world of possibilities seem...

grizandnorm: “ Tuesday Tips - A tip and an exercise all rolled up into one. Think of a simple shape when designing/drawing characters. When 2 very differently shaped characters collide, a world of possibilities seem to open up.

Griz and Norm

Todays’ tips is very easy to remember – Dynamic Composition do NOT cut your composition in half. Put your ground line anywhere but the middle– ¼, top or bottom is good. Avoid symmetry between top to bottom to make your composition more dynamic.