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Character design, anche Chara design, è un'espressione inglese che significa letteralmente disegno dei personaggi.

In animazione e nei fumetti, il character design è quella parte del lavoro che consiste nello studio grafico e nella caratterizzazione, in parte anche psicologica, dei personaggi della storia creati dall'autore.

In particolare, il disegnatore che se ne occupa (quando non sia l'autore stesso, come quasi sempre accade nei fumetti) è generalmente indicato come character designer, locuzione traducibile come "disegnatore dei personaggi". Tale professionista, attraverso una serie di prove grafiche dette model-sheet (settei in giapponese), è chiamato a dare ai personaggi il massimo dell'espressività con il minimo dei tratti: deve occuparsi, quindi, di fissarne la fisionomia, le proporzioni tra le varie parti del corpo, le principali espressioni, l'atteggiamento e la postura, la pettinatura, l'abbigliamento, fornendo così una sorta di guida di riferimento per gli animatori che dovranno farli "muovere" quanto più semplicemente riproducibile.[1]

Nell'ambito dell'animazione giapponese, tale figura professionale si è evoluta in maniera specifica ed autonoma grazie a personaggi come Yasuji Mori, Kazuo Komatsubara, Shingo Araki, Yoshikazu Yasuhiko e Yoshiyuki Sadamoto.[2]

Note

  1. ^ Elena Vitagliano. Il character designer, in AA.VV., Con gli occhi a mandorla. Sguardi sul Giappone dei cartoon e dei fumetti, Tunué, 2007, p. 267.
  2. ^ cfr. Scott Frazier. (1997) Titles and positions in japanese animation industry.
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