Aaron Blaise (アーロン・ブレイズ) - MDJ Tokyo Character Design キャラクターデザイン Seminar

 

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Sponsored by: Master Drawing Japan

Editors note: This video was originally published on July 30, 2018.

Aaron Blaise gives his thoughts on character design at his character design seminar with Master Drawing Japan. 昨年MDJのセミナーにてアーロン・ブレイズ氏がキャラクターデザインについて話してくれました。

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