Saturday, February 17, 2018


How to Make a Simple Drawing of Crossed Legs

Have you ever wondered how to draw crossed legs? Well in this short tutorial, we will look at an easy way to create a simple freehand drawing of crossed legs that anyone can do! For this tutorial, we will draw the legs of a woman in heels sitting on an office chair with her legs crossed. Her right leg will …

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See How to Sketch a Person in 4 Easy Steps

There are many approaches to creating a sketch of a person. There is more than just one right way to go about it. I want to share with you one method I discovered that breaks the whole process down into four simple steps. I find this manner to be really helpful for people considering themselves as beginners. So let’s see how …

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How to Draw a Woman in a Dress Spinning Around

If you have ever wondered how to draw a woman in a dress, there are two obvious tasks you need to accomplish. First, you need to draw the figure of the woman. Then of course, you need to know the parts of the dress in order to draw that. Easy enough, right? So, why not add an extra element of …

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How to Draw a Man Running

When you are just learning how to draw people, being able to draw a motionless, standing figure can be hard enough. But what if you wanted to draw a full-length figure in motion? What if you wanted to draw someone who is running? Even if you have learned the basic proportions for drawing a standing person, there are a few changes …

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Four Easy Methods for Drawing People Hugging

If you have ever struggled with drawing a picture of two people hugging, it’s very understandable. Sometimes it can be hard enough just to get the right positioning for one figure, let alone two. In addition, you have to make sure the two figures you are drawing complement each other in a positive way for the overall picture. Another thing …

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Keeping it Simple: The Straight Forward Step-By-Step Guide to Drawing the Body

Known for his animated and lively artwork from Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies, Charles Martin Jones perfectly explained the process of drawing. In a famous interview of his, he once stated, “The whole essence of good drawing — and of good thinking, perhaps, is to work on a subject down to the simplest form possible and still have it believable …

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