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Visual Storytelling with Iain McCaig Vol.1-4

The Gnomon Workshop – Visual Storytelling with Iain McCaig Vol.1-4Visual Storytelling

 

Visual Storytelling with Iain McCaig Vol.1-4 :

Vol.1 : Stories can be written with pictures as well as with words. Veteran storyteller and concept artist Iain McCaig takes you on a journey through the process of creating a story visually – from story beats and story gates, to story drawings and the art of dreaming images on paper. By the end of this title, you will have the tools and techniques you need to create dynamic visual stories of your own. This demonstration contains the source for the subsequent lessons on creature and character design, as Iain McCaig retells Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid” as a science fiction epic.

CHAPTER LIST

  • Introduction
  • Story Structure
  • Story Beats
  • Little Mermaid
  • Sea King
  • The Wedding
  • Iron Maiden
  • Attack
  • Story Telling

Vol.2 : Creating unforgettable and iconic characters is the goal of character designers everywhere. In the second title of this series, veteran storyteller and concept artist Iain McCaig shows you how to create an unforgettable leading character, infusing your design with the power of visual storytelling in order to give it life. Following “Volume 1: Anatomy of a Story”, this title joins McCaig as he begins creating the title character for his science fiction adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid.”

CHAPTER LIST

  • Introduction
  • Character Line-up
  • Body Design
  • Head Design
  • Head Painting
  • Body Painting
  • Final Thoughts

Vol.3 : Creating memorable icons of Good and Evil is the pillar of all Storytelling. In the third title of this series, veteran storyteller and concept artist Iain McCaig shows you how to generate unlimited ideas for good and evil characters while sharing the secrets of his three-step process to iconic character design. Following “Volume 1: Anatomy of a Story” and “Volume 2: Cosmic Mermaid Character Design,” Iain McCaig creates the Sea King and the Space Witch in his science fiction adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid.”

CHAPTER LIST

  • Introduction
  • Drawing Research
  • Sea King Design
  • Sea King Painting
  • Sea King 2 Color Sketch
  • Sea Witch Design
  • Sea Witch Painting
  • Final Thoughts

Vol.4 : Creating realistic human characters for imaginary worlds is one of the great challenges for artists and storytellers alike. In this fourth title in the series, veteran storyteller and concept artist Iain McCaig shows you how to build alternate worlds, costumes, and human characters by passing the real world through the looking-glass of the land of story. Following “Volume 1: The Anatomy of a Story,” “Volume 2: Cosmic Mermaid Character Design,” and “Volume 3: Sea King/Space Witch Character Design,” this title tracks McCaig’s progress as he creates the two leading human characters in his science fiction adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen’s “The Little Mermaid.”

CHAPTER LIST

  • Introduction
  • Space Painting
  • Planet Painting
  • Asteroid Field
  • Blue-line Drawings
  • Space-Woman Marker Work
  • Space-Man Color Rendering
  • Space-Woman Color Rendering

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