I’m glad you decided to learn how to sketch for animation.
To start off with this course, I would like to answer one super important question.
How good do you need to be in sketching and drawing to be able to do decent animation?
The answer is:
You have to be decent at drawing.
Notice that I didn’t say you have to be the best, or you have to be very very good, no. You just have to be decent.
How can you be decent?
With a bit of practice.
As a disclaimer, I’m not a great artist, I’m not very good at drawing myself, I’m just decent, and that’s good for animation.
You will see for yourself in the following lessons, so if you are super passionate about drawing, you have some practice and want to take your drawing skills to the next level, then I’m not your guy, and this course is not for you.
Maybe you can get some value and some useful tips, but in general this course is not directed to you.
But if you are just starting, and you are not good at drawing, then this course will definitely help you in giving you some pointers to start drawing more decently.
Inside this course, you will learn:
How to develop enough skill to draw anything you want in any style you want
The difference between drawing and sketching
So, if you are interested in having the knowledge to get decent drawings skills, enroll now!
With a background of 11 years in the film industry at Autumn Leave Films, and with over 30 short films produced to this date, Mark belongs to a group of animators who love to share everything they know about animation, from pre-production, animation, to post production.
Showing you how they work on Autumn Leave Animation
His aim is to equip future animators with all the necessary techniques and tips to help them do better projects.
Mark has helped more than 24,000+ students discover techniques and all the knowledge they need to start animating their projects.