Digital Drawing
Starts on Oct 13th

Cartoon Illustration: How to Develop a Character Dynamic

By. DoiDuh

$135.00 $150.00
$135.00 $150.00
$155.00 $170.00
Video Class
21 lessons
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1. Go at your own pace in this 32-week online course
2. Artistic g
uidance & pointers from the instructor
3. Supportive peer community exchanging feedback
4. Class is in production. Start learning after Oct, 13th

Develop a Character Dynamic

Digital Drawing Class to Create Original Cartoons with
Artist and Animator, DoiDuh

Have you ever asked yourself, “How can I build connection with others through art? Where should I even begin to create my own characters?”

The iconic duo, AKA main characters are often the ones that appear and speak the most throughout the story and it builds up to the story's highlight as their personalities clash. These examples include, Tom and Jerry from the popular animation; Batman and Robin in the movie Batman 4; Billy and Mandy in the cartoon The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy.

Throughout the class, I will share step-by-step method of planning and creating characters using the references and techniques I've developed throughout the years.

While I will show and teach my style of drawing, we will go over the basic method such as how to form poses, color theory and combination, composition, simple animation techniques, and most of all, developing a personality together so that at the end, you will be able to make them come vividly to life using your own stylistic way

This course is for anyone who is interested in creating simple characters for storytelling, whether it be comics, animation, or simply creating your own character.

No matter what level you are in, everything starts from a blank canvas and I am here to help guide you through the process.

By the end of this course, you will be able to conceptualize and manifest characters in your own style, something that is not already established by other authors.

As you start to put yourself out there, you will begin to attract wider audience who are invested in your characters just as much as you are.


  1. Introducing the course
  2. Meet Your Instructor
  3. Going over the materials

Chapter 1: How to loosen up your sketches

  1. Playing with the brush and interface
  2. Understanding 3D space
  3. Understanding and stylizing the anatomy of posing and expression

Chapter 2: Color Harmony

  1. Learning the color wheel and color theory
  2. Picking the color palette and color scheme
  3. Using layers for filters and textures

Chapter 3: Character Design

  1. Being careful around stereotypes and plagiarism
  2. Designing the personality through body language
  3. Styling the clothes, hair, accessories, etc.

Chapter 4: Composition Layout

  1. Creating a scene in your head
  2. Using media references
  3. Thumbnailing based on a storyline

Chapter 5: Designing a comic page

  1. Writing the story
  2. Playing with panel shapes and sizes
  3. Grasping Eye flow and direction

Chapter 6: Animation basics

  1. Understanding the animation timeline
  2. Practicing with Beginner exercises
  3. Completing a short animation loop

Chapter 7: Publishing

  1. Interacting with your audience
  2. Connecting and Separating with your art
  3. Staying motivated

Bonus Chapter: In-depth Character Design

  1. Interaction with the other characters
  2. Creating a backstory/storyline
  3. Finding a suitable voice


1. Congratulations on Completing the Course

About the Instructor

Artist and Animator, DoiDuh


Hello! I go by DoiDuh and I'm a self-taught artist/animator born and raised in Los Angeles, California.

I have been drawing since I can remember and only found my spark around 2018. What came out of that were my two characters, Peter and Alex, which have reached other like-minded individuals who saw the potential I saw in them.

As a student who has attempted following the traditional education path and working in the industry, and as someone who didn't have the opportunity that many others have, I have realized that art in its core is about the artist themselves, and it's a beautiful thing that is often forgotten or taken away from us.

Q: How did you first start doing what you do?

I’ve been drawing ever since I was a baby and haven’t stopped since. I don’t consider art just as a career, but as an extension of myself, as there is so much range that can be experimented in it. I don't believe there is a beginning or end to doing what you love.

  • People who want to learn how to use Clip Studio
  • People who want to be more confident with their drawing skills
  • People who want to build their original characters
  • People who want to learn more about the color wheel and color theory
  • People who want to learn how comic page works
  • People who want to publish their own comic
  • People who want to learn the basic of animation

Duration of the course

You can access the class videos for 32 weeks. Within that period, you can replay the videos in as many devices as you want.

Super Early Bird Offer

Once we pass the release date, we will no longer offered the class at "Super Early Bird". The rate will be raised after the date, right now is the cheapest deal you can get.

Installment Payment

Quadpay is available for the payment! Your order will be split into 4 installments paid over 6 weeks! To find out more, please visit Quadpay.

Class Preparation

You need to have your own Clip Studio to take the class.

Class Access

Class videos will be available by the October 13th. We will notify you via email regarding how to access to the class videos on the release date.

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