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Course: Concept Art, Character Design and the Drawing Techniques of Fantasy Art

Posted on November 16, 2018

NEW Concept Art, Character Design and the Drawing Techniques of Fantasy Art, with awarding winning artist Oisin Roche. This part-time course starts on the 26th February 2019.

Introducing the learner to the fundamental Drawing Techniques of Fantasy Art. Learners will study basic drawing techniques such as line and contour, gesture, form and volume. They will subsequently breakdown the humanoid forms using geometric shapes to create dynamic drawings for character design, storyboarding and animation.

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