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Create A Character From The Post-Apocalypse!

Josh Dunlap, 3D Artist and Illustrator based in Los Angeles, Ca

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8 Videos (25m)
    • INTRODUCTION to the Future!

      1:23
    • Finding Reference and Inspiration

      0:34
    • Start Sketching

      8:27
    • Find The Shadow

      1:56
    • Find The Design

      4:23
    • Explore The Design PT 1

      4:13
    • Explore The Design PT 2

      3:33
    • Last Looks and Final Thoughts

      0:33

About This Class

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Create A Character From The Post-Apocalypse!

In this class you will create a cartoon character that could fit into a Post-Apocalyptic world (think Mad Max or Blade Runner style). Keep in mind this should be fun and very stylized. After all this is for kids so nothing too gruesome. Stylistically, draw from a lot of 80's era and mix that with a future, punk world setting. Be creative and have fun with this! 

We will be using pencils, ink, erasers and whiteout pens. Nothing crazy, very cheap and easy to get. Anyone can create these characters!

 

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Love this class! Josh did an amazing job walking through the process of ideation to the completion of the character design and creation. I will be posting my characters soon!

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Josh Dunlap

3D Artist and Illustrator based in Los Angeles, Ca

Digital Artist based in Los Angeles, CA.

I specialize in 3D Character / Hard Surface Sculpting and Design for the film, gaming, and collectibles industries. I currently work at Legacy Effects as a 3D Artist and have worked with companies such as Marvel, DC, Toyota, The Mill, Magic Wand Studios, Sideshow, and Mezco Toyz.

I approach digital art from a traditional mindset. My background in traditional drawing, painting, and sculpting gives me an invaluable perspective when approac...

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