Female characters often have a tough time with variety. While there is plenty of debate and discussion surrounding the prevalence of stereotypes that send poor messages to viewers, there is something else that is completely overlooked. Dave Pressler ponders the interesting question of why female characters are often forced too look feminine by executives.
Charles Week Links for December 8th to the 14th, 2013.
As illustrated by Shmorky, it’s a not so subtle dig at one person in particular, but is still good advice regardless. Click through to embiggen. Via: Shmorky on Twitpic
Yesterday, Aaron Diaz (a.k.a. Dresden Codak) tweeted a few things about what a character wears: [blackbirdpie url=”http://twitter.com/dresdencodak/status/57481963342278656″] [blackbirdpie url=”http://twitter.com/dresdencodak/status/57483163085180928″] [blackbirdpie url=”http://twitter.com/dresdencodak/status/57483596939792384″] It was a pleasure to meet Aaron this past weekend at the MoCCA Festival albeit before I discovered his insanely superb tumblelog and it was also a pleasure writing this blog post until the […]
A bit early I know, but that’s just because tomorrow is B-Day or Blog Day, when I finally get around to making some major changes to the site. Seeing as I have the time now and maybe not tomorrow, I’m posting this today! Character design is one of the more exciting areas in animation (I […]
You would think that over the last 15 years or so, there would be plenty of exciting human character designs put out by the Hollywood studios, what with CGI being a new and exciting field and all. When the idea popped into my head yesterday, I realised that we haven’t seen all that many over […]