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Academy of Art Character and Creature Design Notes: Welcome Terryl Whitlatch! Alien Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Alien Concept Art, Creature Concept Art, Fantasy Monster, Monster Art, Creature Feature, Creature Design

Welcome Terryl Whitlatch!

AAU Creature Design Instructor Terryl Whitlatch will now be a co-author of this blog. It seems only natural to pair supplemental information for creature design along with character design since there is a fair amount of overlap between the two. I highly recommend Terryl's courses for those of you who are focusing on CG animation, game design, graphic novels and illustration. Terryl Whitlatch is an accomplished scientifically and academically trained illustrator who extensively studied…

Character and Creature Design Notes: Welcome Terryl Whitlatch! Alien Creatures, Fantasy Creatures, Mythical Creatures, Creature Feature, Creature Design, Terryl Whitlatch, Creature Concept Art, Rare Birds, Animal Sketches

Character and Creature Design Notes

You've learned about including a Dominant (large) shape, Subordinate (medium) sized shapes and an Accent (small) shape in your character designs, which together can create a form which is pleasing to the eye. Similarly, we are all drawn to forms that have a fair number of straight areas that play against curved areas. Think of a very fit woman or man; a shapely woman turned to the side has all sorts of straights playing opposite curves, and man's flexed bicep is curved on top and is…

The Wildlife of Star Wars - 04 Terryl Whitlatch, Star Wars Planets, Original Trilogy, Form Design, Love Stars, Field Guide, Creature Design, Book Review, Concept Art

Book Review: The Wildlife of Star Wars

This hardcover is actually texture-pressed with scale patterns from a creature I can't identify. It has a nice touch. This is a field guide to the wildlife from the Star Wars planets. It's organised by planets and the included ones are Tatooine, Hoth, Dagobah, Naboo, Bespin, Endor, Yavin 4 and Coruscant. There's a short introduction describing each ecosystem — fiery, freezing,

Animals Real and Imagined by Parka81, via Flickr Terryl Whitlatch, Alien Design, Creature Design, Childrens Books, Illustrators, Concept Art, Character Design, Lion Sculpture, Creatures

Book Review: Animals Real and Imagined

This book made my face light up. Packed in this 160-page book is a collection of new artwork from Terryl Whitlatch. You won't see any of her Star Wars creatures that appeared in The Wildlife of Star Wars - you should probably get that book as well. The gallery consist of paintings and sketches of real and imagined animals. The designs for the imaginative creatures are

The Art of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace by Parka81, via Flickr Terryl Whitlatch, Environment Painting, The Phantom Menace, Star Wars Episodes, Creature Design, Book Review, Amazing Art, Concept Art, Character Design

Book Review: The Art of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace

When George Lucas started writing for the Star Wars prequels, he put together an amazing art department to help create and visualise the scenes he needed. In this book contains the concept art, sketches, character designs, environment paintings and storyboards created for Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace. The creativity in the designs are phenomenal, and is showcased on

The Wildlife of Star Wars - 09 Terryl Whitlatch, Star Wars Planets, Original Trilogy, Love Stars, Field Guide, Creature Design, Book Review, Mythology, Character Design

Book Review: The Wildlife of Star Wars

This hardcover is actually texture-pressed with scale patterns from a creature I can't identify. It has a nice touch. This is a field guide to the wildlife from the Star Wars planets. It's organised by planets and the included ones are Tatooine, Hoth, Dagobah, Naboo, Bespin, Endor, Yavin 4 and Coruscant. There's a short introduction describing each ecosystem — fiery, freezing,

Animals Real and Imagined by Parka81, via Flickr Terryl Whitlatch, Fantasy Literature, Avatar World, Western World, Satyr, Urban Legends, The Witcher, Creature Design, Mythical Creatures

Book Review: Animals Real and Imagined

This book made my face light up. Packed in this 160-page book is a collection of new artwork from Terryl Whitlatch. You won't see any of her Star Wars creatures that appeared in The Wildlife of Star Wars - you should probably get that book as well. The gallery consist of paintings and sketches of real and imagined animals. The designs for the imaginative creatures are

The Wildlife of Star Wars by Parka81, via Flickr Terryl Whitlatch, Star Wars Planets, Original Trilogy, Love Stars, Field Guide, Book Review, Aliens, Monsters, Concept Art

Book Review: The Wildlife of Star Wars

This hardcover is actually texture-pressed with scale patterns from a creature I can't identify. It has a nice touch. This is a field guide to the wildlife from the Star Wars planets. It's organised by planets and the included ones are Tatooine, Hoth, Dagobah, Naboo, Bespin, Endor, Yavin 4 and Coruscant. There's a short introduction describing each ecosystem — fiery, freezing,

The Wildlife of Star Wars - 07 Terryl Whitlatch, Star Wars Planets, Original Trilogy, Love Stars, Field Guide, Creature Design, Book Review, Book Art, Concept Art

Book Review: The Wildlife of Star Wars

This hardcover is actually texture-pressed with scale patterns from a creature I can't identify. It has a nice touch. This is a field guide to the wildlife from the Star Wars planets. It's organised by planets and the included ones are Tatooine, Hoth, Dagobah, Naboo, Bespin, Endor, Yavin 4 and Coruscant. There's a short introduction describing each ecosystem — fiery, freezing,

The Wildlife of Star Wars by Parka81, via Flickr Terryl Whitlatch, Star Wars Planets, Avatar World, Western World, Field Guide, Creature Design, Book Review, Aliens, Monsters

Book Review: The Wildlife of Star Wars

This hardcover is actually texture-pressed with scale patterns from a creature I can't identify. It has a nice touch. This is a field guide to the wildlife from the Star Wars planets. It's organised by planets and the included ones are Tatooine, Hoth, Dagobah, Naboo, Bespin, Endor, Yavin 4 and Coruscant. There's a short introduction describing each ecosystem — fiery, freezing,

Critique de livre: The Wildlife of Star Wars Terryl Whitlatch, Star Wars Planets, Original Trilogy, Love Stars, Field Guide, Creature Design, Nerd Stuff, Book Review, Aliens

Critique de livre: The Wildlife of Star Wars

Interessant, créatif et beau Ce livre cartonné possède une couverture gauffrée avec une texture d’écailles d’une créature que je n’ai pas pu identifier. Le toucher est agréable. C’est un guide de la faune des planètes de Star Wars. C’est organisé par planète et on y trouve Tatooine, Hoth, Dagobah, Naboo, Bespin, Endor, Yavin 4 et Coruscant. Une petite introduction présente

Critique de livre: The Wildlife of Star Wars Terryl Whitlatch, Avatar World, Star Wars, Western World, Aliens, Anatomy, Monsters, Westerns, Real Life

Critique de livre: The Wildlife of Star Wars

Interessant, créatif et beau Ce livre cartonné possède une couverture gauffrée avec une texture d’écailles d’une créature que je n’ai pas pu identifier. Le toucher est agréable. C’est un guide de la faune des planètes de Star Wars. C’est organisé par planète et on y trouve Tatooine, Hoth, Dagobah, Naboo, Bespin, Endor, Yavin 4 et Coruscant. Une petite introduction présente