Cranky Dog Posted June 10, 2019 Share Posted June 10, 2019 13 hours ago, klarg1 said: @Rainbow Sculptor How much drawing experience do you recommend? I've had a little instruction, and a small amount of practice, but I would not classify myself as "expert" by any means (maybe well-meaning newbie). Can you give me some guidance? The class sounds really interesting, but I want to be sure I can get the most out of it, and not waste a slot better suited to a more prepared student. 1 hour ago, Rainbow Sculptor said: Hey! I'm glad it piqued your interest! I don't really put a qualifier on drawing experience because the principles I teach are applicable to any medium. I know sculptors who don't draw hardly at all, others who used to work professionally as illustrators and loads of in-between. I don't require students to draw anything in class. We will run through the process of designing a character so you get an idea on how I approach it and brainstorming together as a class on how best to communicate our concept. It's much more about how to approach character design with intent and purpose so that your end result is both creative and cohesive regardless as to what medium you choose to implement it. I hope that answers your question. If you're still not sure feel free to PM me and we can talk about what your goal is and if it's a good fit. I took her class last year (no regrets!), and drawing talent is not really a requirement for this class. What it does is really help you become better at fleshing out ideas for any theme or concept you have after a bit of brainstorming. Be it for a sculptor or an illustrator. You'll get better at visualizing basic shapes, or imagining which accessories or gimmicks you want to add to your creations. 5 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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