In part one, Justin Rodrigues shared healthy ways to deal with rejection and how his character design style combines 2d and 3d sensibilities.
Now, in part two, he talks about how the internal and external aspects of a character inform his designs, why ‘personal style’ can be a problem and the most important question an aspiring character designer can ask…
Plus: Sarah Marino‘s mentee, Austin Light, shares an extraordinary breakthrough story that involves Robert Downey Jr. and a deal with Chronicle Books!
Listen To Part 2 Of My Interview With Justin Rodrigues:
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