3D designs can help visualize space, movement, access and add depth to character. It can be challenging for designers to create 3D face structures without understanding the anatomy of the human face.
The workshop conducted by Mr. Srinivas Verma has been especially applicable for designers/modellers in learning construction drawing of the face that helps in understanding the basic structures of the human head, facial muscles that affect different forms of expressions, variations and features. A well-developed foundation in the basics of face construction is a definitive asset to success as a 3D artist.
Through the course of workshop, participants have discovered that drawings are important before making a model of them so that the minor changes can be made quickly and efficiently making the process more flexible and versatile. They resonate to having developed a perceptive mind towards proportion, composition and perspective that helps in creating your own concepts rather than sight-see drawing (to draw what one sees).
The workshop covered the topics of drawing eyes, nose, ears, lips and total face construction. For students, in particular, understanding this key area of face drawing, would help them perform better at job interviews in presenting the best face modelling techniques and finesse.