Monday, 11 April 2011

Drawing for classical animation- Doug Compton

Doug's guide in how to draw for classical animation, takes you through page by page, developing your drawing skills from groundfloor up. The setup of this website is admirable. At first it appears out of date, showing one page at a time, a bit of a painful process. But that's the beauty of it. It encourages you to take your time, take the info in. Very quickly you'll find your bouncing balls, turning into bouncing cubes, into flour sacks, into a full body. Beautifully crafted and user-friendly, hope you enjoy

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  1. Thanks for the link! I can't wait to check it out fully later today. As a 2D animator it's always helpful to work on the drawing skills.

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