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kit-replica:



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Hai again I figured out how to draw guys, except, What do I do when I’m drawing the legs? Like as in crotch lol i’m desperate for a tutorial if you have time.
 
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DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT AN ANATOMY EXPERT. This is simply how I perceive and it may not be correct.
I have nothing to say other than google that shit. Reference will always be your friend. If you can’t find it on google? HEY YOU CAN DO THE POSE TOO! (pose in front of the mirror, take a selfie, ask a friend etc.)
It helps you improve faster through observation and understanding of how form/body works. If anyone tells you reference is for amateurs- they are fucking liars. Even pros use reference.
It’s so painfully important, if you don’t know how? Google it- or even better draw it from life. Drawing is all about the DO. You cannot draw? Of course you can.
 
I have a best friend (my broski actually) who believes she cannot but she got a tablet last year and her first drawings? Yeah they were ok and a great try for someone who only just picked up drawing for the fun of it and never really drawn/been interested in it up till now. But when she showed me a drawing she did about half a month ago (probably 6 months from when she first started?) where SHE USED REFERENCE? The difference was ASTOUNDING. HER IMPROVEMENT WAS AWESOME.
 
All I’m saying is pick up that damn pencil and DRAW. And you’re going to be so fucking badass I swear~
 
No one is going to do it for you but yourself. This tutorial wasn’t actually for you. It was actually for me. Because the hour I spent looking up reference and drawing this tutorial out, I’ve already practiced and drawn.
 
Tutorials are wonderful don’t get me wrong but there’s a difference between drawing it out and being the one receiving it. 
I AM CERTAINLY NOT THE EXPERT ON THIS STUFF, NOR DO I BELIEVE I AM. I am still learning this is MY views on how I draw things which aren’t necessarily correct. (in fact every drawing I do there’s at least one anatomy flaw.)
 
However I hope that this tutorial helps you. Happy drawing, please use reference and go out and draw great things!

kit-replica:

Hai again I figured out how to draw guys, except, What do I do when I’m drawing the legs? Like as in crotch lol i’m desperate for a tutorial if you have time.
 
—-
DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT AN ANATOMY EXPERT. This is simply how I perceive and it may not be correct.
I have nothing to say other than google that shit. Reference will always be your friend. If you can’t find it on google? HEY YOU CAN DO THE POSE TOO! (pose in front of the mirror, take a selfie, ask a friend etc.)
It helps you improve faster through observation and understanding of how form/body works. If anyone tells you reference is for amateurs- they are fucking liars. Even pros use reference.
It’s so painfully important, if you don’t know how? Google it- or even better draw it from life. Drawing is all about the DO. You cannot draw? Of course you can.
 
I have a best friend (my broski actually) who believes she cannot but she got a tablet last year and her first drawings? Yeah they were ok and a great try for someone who only just picked up drawing for the fun of it and never really drawn/been interested in it up till now. But when she showed me a drawing she did about half a month ago (probably 6 months from when she first started?) where SHE USED REFERENCE? The difference was ASTOUNDING. HER IMPROVEMENT WAS AWESOME.
 
All I’m saying is pick up that damn pencil and DRAW. And you’re going to be so fucking badass I swear~
 
No one is going to do it for you but yourself. This tutorial wasn’t actually for you. It was actually for me. Because the hour I spent looking up reference and drawing this tutorial out, I’ve already practiced and drawn.
 
Tutorials are wonderful don’t get me wrong but there’s a difference between drawing it out and being the one receiving it.
 
I AM CERTAINLY NOT THE EXPERT ON THIS STUFF, NOR DO I BELIEVE I AM. I am still learning this is MY views on how I draw things which aren’t necessarily correct. (in fact every drawing I do there’s at least one anatomy flaw.)
 
However I hope that this tutorial helps you. Happy drawing, please use reference and go out and draw great things!

(via artist-refs)

thegloober:

Bird legs and also hands. Did these little sketch notes to help out Michaela and Kitten, respectively.

First one doesn’t make a ton of sense since I was explaining half of it in skype, but essentially showing how drawing the fingertips first and then connecting them to the hand helps a bit.

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nayrosartrefs:

Some awesome leg tutorials done by n3m0s1s.

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neexz:

Studies of the human skeleton I did recently, all the names are in spanish~

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sketchypanda:

kiriiv:

how the fuck do legs work i don’t

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i have a few feet ones too

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creationsofeve:

This was quite awesome to do. We had to draw from life from a statue that showed how the muscles work, so no skin. And next to it we had a skeleton and we had to fit the bones into the statue on a see trough paper. Fun challenge and I think it looks quite neat.

creationsofeve:

This was quite awesome to do. We had to draw from life from a statue that showed how the muscles work, so no skin. And next to it we had a skeleton and we had to fit the bones into the statue on a see trough paper. Fun challenge and I think it looks quite neat.

(via scientificillustration)

supaslim:

Demonstration of talon flexion and extension in birds. Because the toes naturally flex when the legs are drawn to the body thanks to the pulley system of long tendons that control their feet, birds can perch without using any muscles, instead relying on their own body weight to keep them safely in place.

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hammpix:

Folks welcomed the hand reference I posted, so here’s some foot reference.

As an artist you’ll draw A LOT of feet, especially feet that REST ON THE GROUND. Don’t be one of those artists who hides feet behind grass or mist all the time. Print these out and draw ‘em.

I included the knees because you’ll need to know how feet connect with legs; draw ‘em up to the knee.

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kangarookevin:

nayrosartrefs:

Some awesome leg tutorials done by n3m0s1s.

Because legs are the hardest thing to draw for me. Seriously, I’ll have a character with an awesome upper torso, then spaghetti legs.

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