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In this video of TVLesson Paul Louis talks demonstrates how to draw movement on a cartoon character.
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How to Draw Movement on a Cartoon Character
On behalf or TVLesson.com, my name is Paul Louis. I’m a puppeteer, artist and actor with PuppetNetwork.com. But now again you could be as be as detailed as possible if you want to create a vest for him. You can do that and you could simply start accentuating it by coloring it in despite putting little streaks in there like that. And you could put a little slant for pockets on the side like that.
Now you’re probably wondering can we give this character life. Of course you can give it life. Sure he’s just standing there. It’s not an animated character but we can make it an animated character, how can we do that? It’s just a drawing it’s not moving.
Well, you see how his hand is kind of up like that or if we want to get the impression that he’s moving and waving, put some little sprinkle lines around like that and it gives the impression that maybe he’s waving his hand to you.
And after you’re done with your creation like all cartoon illustrators, sign your work, Paul Louis. And again pretty much looking at in terms of letters, shapes maybe even numbers. You can create a cartoon character.
In behalf or TVLesson.com this has been Paul Louis, thank you for watching.