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Transcript: Cartoon Characters Scooby Doo made his first appearance on September 13,1969 Scooby Doo's breed is a great Dane Scooby is regarded as a unique dog who is able to speak in broken English, and usually puts the letter "R" in front of every noise he makes Scooby Doo Jerry the mouse Jerry mouse first appeared on July 19, 1941 Jerry is a male mouse who is hated by a cat thats always trying to eat/kill him Jerry has been on cable 1941-present day(2018) Results Results EUROPE USA AUSTRALIA Upcoming Events Upcoming Events Johnny Test Johnny Test was first aired Sept.17, 2005 Johnny Test is trouble making boy that's always causing trouble to his town Johnny like all other boys hates going to school, he does everything he can to avoid doing work SpongeBob SquarePants SpongeBob SquarePants First aired on cable May 1, 1999 The series takes place in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom Spongebob was originally going to be named Spongeboy and the show was going to be called "Spongeboy Ahoy!". In January 1961 Yogi was doing so good he got his own TV show "The Yogi Bear Show" Yogi Bear made his cable debut in 1958 (there is no exact date) Yogi Bear Yogi would always steal picnic baskets from campers and always displease Park Ranger Smith Bugs Bunny Bugs Bunny first appeared April 30, 1938 Bugs is a rabbit or a hare starring in "Loony Tunes Bugs was one of the few reoccurring characters in the series prior to the new era color Popeye's theme song was composed by Sammy Lerner in 1933 Popeye made his first appearance on Jan. 17, 1929 Popeye Popeye was said to be superhuman strong because he ate his spinach Fred tends to be loud mouthed, aggressive and constantly scheming a way to make his family better, usually with un-intended results Fred Flintstone made his first cable appearance on Sept.30 1960 Fred Flintstone Homer is bumbly stupid, lazy, and has explosive anger Homer Simpson made his first cable appearance on April 19, 1987 Homer Simpson Homer held held over 188 jobs in the first 100 episodes or "The Simpsons" He was thought of when a couple were on a honeymoon and were woke by a noisy acorn pecker Woody Woodpecker was first aired on November 25, 1940 Woody Woodpecker In 1947 Woody got his own theme song when musicians George Tibbles and Ramey Idriss wrote "The Woody Woodpecker Song", making ample use of the character's laugh

Cartoon Characters

Transcript: We will check out several different cartoon styles and typical guidelines for creation. Expression & Body Language Practice DESCRIPTORS/DESIGN FOCAL POINTS!!! Might be...a job, a personality trait, favorite things, fandoms, iconic bits essentially, creating and keeping them 'on brand' Practice *all sizes are listed by the measurement of "heads" 1. Pick from among your selection. 2. Draw it once as an adult, once as a teen, and once as a child. 4. Share and compare and discuss... ADULTS = 5-7 heads tall...superheroes are more like 8. TEENS = 4-6 heads tall. YOUNG CHILDREN / 'Cute' Critters = 2-3 heads tall. 1. Photograph your hand drawn work.. 2. Log in to AD and insert this photo in as a background layer. Lower its opacity to at least 60% or lower. 3. Add a draw layer over it and begin tracing and refining the lines in a light blue color. 4. Add a clean draw layer at 100%. Select your inking tool. Drawn final lines in black. Proportion: The size relationship of parts to the whole. Exaggerate or consistent and more...real...ish? Practice CRITERIA 1.Create an Adobe Draw account. (email and pw) 2. & 3. WRITE DOWN THE LOG IN INFORMATION AND 3. TURN IT IN TO YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD NELSON. *GUIDED TOUR* 1. Tools and personalizing. 2. Adding layers. 3. OPACITY 4. Save and Sign out. Style Contrast (differences) Style Analysis Most cartoons keep to one or two levels of gradation..and that only for intense moments. Too much detail can be overwhelming and disturbing. Let's sort this out together. STYLE Schematic drawing: PRACTICE Repetition: Figure is repeated with an acceptable level of accuracy. (20pts) Variation: Distinctly different poses and facial expressions. --6 heads in full color. All distinctly different expressions. 3 of each angle (front, 3/4, side) --3 full body poses: Each distinctly different and complementary and in full color. --1 interactive pose/expression with background and in full color. Application: App is fully understood and explored effectively.(20pts) Color use: Efficient and deliberate use of color and cel-shading.(20pts) Studio Time: Proficient and effective use of ALL studio time.(20pts) 3 weeks; including exercise days. How to Design Your Unique Character All cartoon and comic styles begin with the BASICS 1. Bell-Ringers will give us an opportunity to flex some ideas. (practice) 2. Focus on how to visually represent personality traits. (engage) 3. Play with the proportions (revise) 4. Absorb style choices and preferences from past and now. (analyze) 5. Simplify features and details THEN EXAGGERATE EXPRESSION. (revise/appeal) "fine art" styles and techniques typically have many blended gradations of value and focus on subtleties. the personal and unique way in which an artist uses the elements of art; line, shape, color, value, space, form,and texture. a technique of drawing in which complex forms are broken down into recognizable and simple shapes before adding detail. Cel-Shading: "toon shading" is a non-realistic form of adding shadows to cartoons; only shows one to two layers of shadow gradient that hug the outline of the shape. Contour: The outline of a shape/form. -Character Proportion- We focus only on the head. 1. Right now create 15(fifteen) totally, completely different head shapes. remember our form lines. 2. Then play with eye shapes and placements and what that does to expression/personality on 3 of my choosing ; ) 3. Add a mouth. Try first just the line, change angle and placement. Then open it. 4. Now, ears, hair...more... Cartoon Characters : Drawing 1 Variety/variation: differences in subject matter for the sake of interest. enjoy, then observe, then really analyze. Suuuuper common in anime... add logo here

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