Figuring out what size to draw people, animals, figures, and objects within an illustration is one of the hardest aspects of drawing, in my opinion. However, using perspective techniques will allow you to properly size things in relation to each other. The following cartooning tutorial will guide you through the process.
The human body is a work of art in itself and it seems impossible to draw it. However, there are proportions of the body that you should memorize and always keep in the back of your mind...and once you do this, the human body isn't so hard to draw at all. It is just these facts that should pull all everything together for you. Bookmark this page and come back to it for when you need it.
Drawing the face and head can be done without perspective techniques, however, it comes in handy when drawing it in relation to other objects or people. It also is very effective in helping the artist draw the human face and head when it is on a slant or tilt. This is when drawing faces becomes difficult.
We will show you each step to be taken in shading a cube in this tutorial, for this solid is a representative of all prisms, and, indirectly, of the cylinder. Place the cube on a sheet of light brown paper, and pin against the wall behind it a similar sheet to serve for background. Let the light fall from the right and from above the cube. The top face will be the brightest of those seen, and the darkest will necessarily be that next the cast-shadow.
How To Add Shadows to a 3D Cube (Shading Cubes) Step by Step Drawing Tutorial
Draw the cube carefully (reference this cube drawing tutorial here)and lightly in charcoal. Incorrect lines may be removed by dusting with the tinder. Do not draw with black-lead, as it is greasy, and will afterwards appear white in your shading.
Learn how to see the whites, grays, and blacks in your drawings so you can form 3-dimensional objects. Drawing the light and shadows in forms and objects is a hard thing to learn, but hopefully this tutorial will give you some methods and techniques to use in your future drawings.
Find out how to use your pencil effectively when representing your 3-dimensional object on a 2-dimensional piece of paper. The direction of your pencil strokes matter, in this article you will find out which direction to draw your pencil strokes in order to create the illusion of 3-dimensional objects.
HOW TO DRAW FEMALE AND MALE HIPS DRAWING GUIDE
Because of the unusual shape of the hips, a simple concept must be conceived. Like the head it is square in concept and is tilted forward. It has six planes, front, back, two side top where the cage is attached and bottom where the legs come from. The hips consist of three major bones. The Pubis, the Illium in front and the Ischium behind. The lower end of the spinal column is wedged in between both blades at the Sacrum. The hips can bend with the cage or twist opposite the cage in many positions because of the spaces in the vertebra.
Physiognomists usually recognize five distinct types of profile: the convex, concave, perpendicular, convex-concave, and concave-convex. With each of these profile shapes there are different personality traits that these type of people usually have....find out how these profiles are classed in the following drawing tutorial.