Trace the outline of a group members body on the paper to serve as your
Remember: When you examine a work of art
every color, line, gesture, etc. is the conscious choice of the artist. All
elements of your character anatomy should be consciously and purposefully chosen
including color, graphics and other design choices.
- Mind: What are your person's virtues and vices? Is s/he
ruled by logic or reason?
- Heart: What does your person love most? How can you
represent it and show its importance?
- Eyes: What can this person see that others may not? On
what does this person focus? Why?
- Backbone: What sustains your person? What motivates
his/her? From what does s/he derive strength?
- Hands: How can you represent what this person literally
and figuratively carries with him/her?
- Feet: What is the basis of your person's beliefs? What
is his/her philosophical or spiritual foundation?
- Background: Don't neglect the negative space; use it to
explore the elements of your person's background and other interests such as
music listened to, books read, favorite items