Incidental construction is the process of drawing of all other elements in a
cartoon. Elements like clothing, settings, and props add to the cartoon,, but
they are subordinate to the figure. Clothing, settings, and props are added to
the cartoon after you draw the main figure.
Clothing plays an important part in creating character. Match the type of
clothing to the character, especially in footwear and hats. Clothing should
conform to the contour of the body. When you draw patterned or striped
clothing, follow the body lines and draw just enough to recognize the pattern.
Figure 4-33 shows how clothing figures cements the character.
Figure 4-33.Clothing creates character.
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