Academy of Art Character and Creature Design Notes: Nico Marlet

© DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. © Paramount Pictures Corporation Early Hiccupp drawing by Shane Prigmore by Nicolas Marlet by Nico Marlet.

Gronkle “How to Train Your Dragon” | © DreamWorks Animation* • Blog/Website | (www.dreamworksanimation.com) ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES™ (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 50.000 artists! || ★

Gronkle “How to Train Your Dragon” | © DreamWorks Animation* • Blog/Website | (www.dreamworksanimation.com) ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES™ (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 50.000 artists! || ★

“How to Train Your Dragon” | © DreamWorks Animation* • Blog/Website | (www.dreamworksanimation.com) ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES™ (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 50.000 artists! || ★

Dedicated to the drawings and artwork of Dreamworks character designer Nicolas Marlet. His most well known works include the dragon designs for How to Train your Dragon, and the character designs for.

“How to Train Your Dragon”  | © DreamWorks Animation*  • Blog/Website | (www.dreamworksanimation.com) ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES™ (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 50.000 artists! || ★

Dedicated to the drawings and artwork of Dreamworks character designer Nicolas Marlet. His most well known works include the dragon designs for How to Train your Dragon, and the character designs for.

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© DreamWorks Animation SKG, Inc. © Paramount Pictures Corporation Early Hiccupp drawing by Shane Prigmore by Nicolas Marlet by Nico Marlet.

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Nico Marlet - How to Train Your Dragon. The Hideous Zippleback has the disadvantage of two brains that think independently, lending some vulnerability to this evasive, devious drag.

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Dedicated to the drawings and artwork of Dreamworks character designer Nicolas Marlet. His most well known works include the dragon designs for How to Train your Dragon, and the character designs for.

Snaptrapper “How to Train Your Dragon” | © DreamWorks Animation* • Blog/Website | (www.dreamworksanimation.com) ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES™ (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 50.000 artists! || ★

Snaptrapper “How to Train Your Dragon” | © DreamWorks Animation* • Blog/Website | (www.dreamworksanimation.com) ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES™ (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 50.000 artists! || ★

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Dedicated to the drawings and artwork of Dreamworks character designer Nicolas Marlet. His most well known works include the dragon designs for How to Train your Dragon, and the character designs for.

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