Anthropomorphism. To those that don’t use English as their first language, it is quite the word. As a Dutchy, I thought it was a word for a specific era. Like the Jurassic, the Devonian, or the Phanerozoic. Yes No, I know, they’re not all eras, They’re in fact a period, another period, and an eon. But that’s exactly my point. Anthropomorphism sounds like something it’s not to someone that’s not English and/or doesn’t know too much about expensive words like these. But as you may have guessed already: Anthropomorphism is the art of turning an animal into a human-like being. So how do you do that?
Character design is a favorite subject for many artists. Knowing what you’re doing while you’re at it is incredibly helpful. Find out more about this subject, and its close relative: Creature design.
Our imagination would leave a lot to desire if not for our surroundings. There would be nothing for us to imagine if we didn’t see it somewhere before. A true artist can take what already exists and make something better or more beautiful from it. Mother nature is a great tool to achieve just that.
Nature holds many secrets. And we’re here for you to help you discover all of them and have you inspired by mother nature for all of your artistic endavours!
This is already part 5 of the series, and I welcome you to read the other ones too. They’ll be there for you right at the bottom of this article!
Especially when you’re just starting out, it may be hard to understand what people are talking about when it comes to different stages of artworks. It’s very important though to know what they are and what they encompass. Because this will help you to communicate properly with your client, and it will also help you to set up prices for different kinds of artworks. Sometimes someone may want only a concept, while others want flat colored art and the 3rd person wants full renders. So what exactly does this all mean?
After nearly 1,5 years of writing articles, it’s time to backtrack a bit and make you some archives! This time it’s about creature design as that’s the one that’s covered the most. So here you go, sit down, relax, and flip through this overview without having to worry that you missed something!
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The last update stems from 21-03-2022.