Andrew Shek: straights vs. curves in animals

Here are some very basic examples of what I think about when designing animal characters. These images look at straights vs. curves in the animal kingdom and how you can apply them to your design process.

All artwork & photographs © andrew shek 2010




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14 comments:

rad sechrist said...

Your drawings are Amazing! Great post!

Randall Sly said...

Andrew,

This post is awesome thank you so much!

Rodrigo Lopez said...

Hi i'm from Argentina.. i like so much this post of animals characters, you are really good with design

Rochelle said...

You're fantastic!

chromasketch said...

awesome post!

David McBride said...

Great post!! Thanks!!!!

Louie del Carmen said...

Love the drawing style! These are fundamental but they really make good design sense. Great post!

Florian Satzinger said...

Lovely!! Great post!

Antonin said...

twice is still not enough but : awesome !

John said...

Greatly appreciated - thankyou!

Jon Davis said...

Great stuff.
Really informative.
And, I really like the faces of the zebras and parrots, too.
They're fab :)

andrew said...

Thanks for the comments everyone.

Mark McDonnell said...

Fantastic! The design but . . . the personality you capture ON TOP of your design sense is really so much fun to look at. So much appeal.

Best and more More MORE,

MAC

Jamie said...

This is excellent. Very very helpful. Thank you so much.