Yes I’m a Designer’s first collaborative course is here. Learn how to draw and design characters like a professional.
Learn how to design characters for your next creative project. Whether you are an illustrator or graphic designer you will find this course useful as it provides a step-by-step guide to the process of creating amazing character art.
Learn the methods and techniques from two creative professionals: a concept artist and graphic designer working on this project as a team.
The main tools used in this course are Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, but most of the techniques can be applied in similar applications.
Stages of the Character Design process from the course:
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Introducing our new instructor
Almu Redondo is a storyboard artist, visual development and concept artist from Spain with passion for stories. She was born with a pencil in her hands. Trained in traditional art since she was 6 years old, she grew up day-dreaming, sketching and doodling in her text books. She studied Architectural Design, which gave her a strong art theory, history and design foundation. As a result, she always looks for the unifying underlying structure in every creative project.
She has worked as visual development artist for animation films and TV series, as well as concept artist and storyboard artist for the VFX industry for clients like Disney, LucasArts, The Weistein Company or Universal , with work in films as Jason Bourne, iBoy or Stratton, Star Wars Battle Quads advertisement and TV Series like Plebs III.
She is currently bringing life as a visual development artist and storyboard artist for Blue Zoo London, Flaunt Productions Glasgow, To Blink Studios Toronto and Cokoon games, with exciting Tv Series, short films and games to come! Stay tuned!