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Your hands-on guide to drawing the human figure and bringing it to life
Want to draw the human body? This step-by-step guide gives you clear instructions and examples coupled with expert tips that show you how to draw the body in a variety of poses. Whether you're a professional illustrator, an art student, or a hobbyist, you'll find the techniques you need to capture the human form.
Get a grip on the basics drawing exercises show you how to work with lines, curves, shapes, light, shadows, and blending
Off to a head start draw the components of the head, facial features, muscle structure, and hairstyles
Build the body examine bone structure and shape, create stick figures, depict muscles, and draw the body in motion
Strike dynamic and casual poses from running, jumping, and climbing to sitting, stretching, and more
Accessorize your figures draw textures, patterns, and folds, and add basic clothing and shoes
Open the book and find:
The drawing supplies you need
How to set up your studio
The differences between drawing adults and children
Step-by-step illustrations and examples
Tips for forming facial expressions
Advanced drawing techniques, including shading
How to work with composition and perspective
Advice on fixing mistakes
Places to present and archive your work
Kensuke Okabayashi is an award-winning professional artist. His work can be seen in everything from comic books to graphic novels to advertising storyboards. Okabayashi has taught illustration courses at Mercer College of New Jersey.
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