Module 10

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Use the following examples of model sheets to create similar sheets based on your OWN choice of comic. Create several views of one of your own characters as a model study.

Topic 1

Model sheets for Pappy from Popeye Cartoons©

Model sheets for Pappy from Popeye Cartoons©

Model sheets for Gerald Mc Boing Boing

Model sheets for Gerald Mc Boing Boing

United Productions of America©

FiFi© model sheets showing a simple drawing style

FiFi© model sheets showing a simple drawing style

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Topic 2

Bluto Model sheets from Fleisher Studios ©

Bluto Model sheets from Fleisher Studios ©

Popeye has been added for scale.

Note the simple shape in Blutos body type at the bottom left of the drawing.

And of course, from DISNEY© we have Mickey Mouse© to use too!

And of course, from DISNEY© we have Mickey Mouse© to use too!

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Topic 3

More of POPEYE sheets. Note the faces!

 

More of POPEYE sheets. Note the faces!

 

 

Note the shoes and face in this model sheet for CLARABELLE©

 

Note the shoes and face in this model sheet for CLARABELLE©

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Topic 4

Look how simple the shapes in these drawings are done, These are taken from the early days of cartoon sketches.

 

Look how simple the shapes in these drawings are done, These are taken from the early days of cartoon sketches.

UNITED PRODUCTIONS OF AMERICA©

 

The character sketches for the FOX from Disney's Pinocchio© show lots of character and facial expression.

 

The character sketches for the FOX from Disney's Pinocchio© show lots of character and facial expression.

 

 

Compare this sketch of Daisy Duck with the sketches of Clarabelle above. Artitst copied styles of presentation all the time because the information

that needed to be communitcated is similar for most characters. You should do the same sort of layout styles as all the above examples suggest.

Compare this sketch of Daisy Duck with the sketches of Clarabelle above. Artitst copied styles of presentation all the time because the information

that needed to be communitcated is similar for most characters. You should do the same sort of layout styles as all the above examples suggest.

 

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