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Sketching 101: How to draw minimum viable characters for storyboards (MVC’s)



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Skjoldbroder What is a minimum viable character? Basically the simplest character you can make, which is still viable for the purpose of storyboarding. Okay, but what does viable mean? In my experience, an MVC should be able to do three things: 1) be flexible so you can create variations, 2) act out something, 3) show emotion. They don’t have to be pretty, or even aesthetic to get the job done. How to draw MVC’s Basically, pick a simple base shape. Glue

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