By Dave Mckean
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What is the story you want to tell? 30 Project 1Animation Essentials T A E R G E T A IM N A T C P R OJ E 2 CHARACTERS Animate Great Characters ENOUGH WITH STICK PEOPLE! In this project, you create a unique cast of characters by using vector‐drawing tools and then you learn a few design techniques to help bring them to life. KEEP IT SIMPLE, STUPID When I was younger, I learned that KISS means more than just smacking your lips into somebody. It can stand for Keep It Simple, Stupid. The more complex your characters are, the harder it is to animate them.
Now, what happens if I move the eyes around? Although the three circles are the same size, placing the eyes in different locations already begins to suggest three different characters. . . . . and then fill each face with a different color: Wow, I don’t know what you see, but I see a zombie, a person, and a werewolf! To keep it simple, I will create a story that involves these three characters and explore ways to bring the characters and their world to life. GETTING A HEAD START Before starting, take a moment to think about the story you want to tell and the characters who would be the most fun to bring to life.
32 Project 2Animate Great Characters If your goal is to create simple characters, doesn’t it make sense to begin with a few simple shapes? When designing a new character, I often start with just three circles: What do you see? A face, right? Now, what happens if I move the eyes around? Although the three circles are the same size, placing the eyes in different locations already begins to suggest three different characters. . . . . and then fill each face with a different color: Wow, I don’t know what you see, but I see a zombie, a person, and a werewolf!