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My Life Drawing Set-Up I’m trying to put back life drawing sessions into my weekly routine. I’ve been digging up my old anatomy reference books. My favorite ones were always the George B. Especially the one called “Constructive.

(Poses, drawing reference, shapes)

grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - SHAPES IN FIGURE DRAWING Loose, gestural sketching is always appealing and energetic, but sometimes, certain poses aren’t as energetic or expressive enough to express through gesture drawing. Drawing with shapes in mind.

It's always fun to see what @grizandnorm are up to and we love the incredibly helpful tips that they share! In this "Wrist Control" segment, Norm says, "An expressive hand gesture can be the exclamation point to a nice pose or gesture. We tend to forget how much mobility can be achieved through the wrist. Here's a reminder of a few different ways the wrist can bend and twist, allowing for even more expressive poses." Check out Griz & Norm's page and website for tons of amazing character…

Tuesday Tip - Wrist Control An expressive hand gesture can be the exclamation point to a nice pose or gesture. We tend to forget how much mobility can be achieved through the wrist. Here’s a reminder of a few different ways the wrist can bend and.

AnatoRef

Tuesday Tips - Life Drawing Exercise: All Straight Lines Without proper instructions or guidelines, life drawing sessions can easily become boring and repetitive, with little to no progress in understanding the process.

nayrosartrefs: Some awesome leg tutorials done... - Art References

Thigh Construction Tutorial by NemoNova on DeviantArt — Human anatomy, upper legs. — Drawing references for artists

Pick a side Normand Lemay

grizandnorm: “ Tuesday Tips - “Pick A Side” To create appeal and clarity in your figure drawing (or any character drawing), try to simplify an overall side of the body and to keep the details (limbs.

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