This is a sketch example for Tom Bancroft's upcoming "Drawing Animated Women" lesson that we shot last night. This was illustrating how tilts can help push your expression/mood. No, its not supposed to be a character from Frozen. The lesson will go up in a week or two, but check out what we have online already! www.taughtbyapro.com
Hi Tom, I was in Florida Disney World in November. Great to see a younger you in an interactive video on a behind-the-scenes animation session. You were drawing Mushu and conversing with the real-flesh actor on stage hahaa.
Isn't this head tilt technically a cheat? As in, it's just a 3/4 angle drawn head thats been tilted. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but it would be nice for a little variety in the drawings.
I'm not sure what mean by cheat, but yes, its supposed to be the same character head, just tilted and turned at an angle. That point was to show it from a slightly different view to show that the dimension and mood gained can often times improve the same expression.
Ah, OK, I gotcha. And I meant "cheat" as in, you already know very well how to draw a 3/4 angle head, so you use it here instead of a slight upshot of the head. Not as in a bad way, just in an "efficiency" sort of way.