Character: Posing and Expressions

 Today's character session was a lot of fun. We were given a set of phrases and were tasked to pose them whilst we were drawn by the rest of the members of the group we were placed in.This was to help us better understand the structure of the "skeleton" that is created by the movement, as well as looking at how different shapes portray different emotions.

We were then asked to chose one of our favourite characters and alter their body language and facial expressions into the opposite of their normal personality. I chose Princess Zelda and depicted her as someone a bit more aggressive, rather than her usual calm and collected self.


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