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By Tan Huaixiang

Character gown determine Drawing will strengthen your drawing abilities to enhance your renderings. not just is that this ebook stunning and inspirational, yet those entire visible pictures rigorously illustrate--step-by-step--how to effectively render dynamic characters with character and existence. This e-book provides drawing guide with special breakdowns of assorted sorts of characters. Maternal? aged? Sassy? horny? all of it begins with physique share, bone constitution, physique lots, facial expressions, and the fingers and ft. Hats, props, materials, and selection of medium are all completely coated to make sure the power to advance convincing real looking characters.

  • Includes special three-step drawing courses that improve the caricature from stick determine to full-blown character
  • Detailed examples of the way to attract faces, fingers, and feet
  • Learn to attract life like materials in a mess of colours and textures
  • NEW: learn how to draw your personality in response to the period of time they're from
  • NEW: learn how to draw young ones and music/dance characters.

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It is not necessary to indicate all the detailed wrinkles and folds, since there are so many. You should draw just major ones to emphasize the actions. Wrinkles and folds are located where joints move (see Figure 1-77). We see them around armpits, elbow and knee bending areas, under busts, at waistlines, and around crotch areas. When body parts bend, they form folds at the inner bending area and produce pulling wrinkles as they radiate from the outer bending area. When the body is in less action, the garments show fewer folds and wrinkles.

Dancers’ bodies possess rhythm, balance, strength, distinction, and flexibility. Their powerful shoulders, backs, and elegant limbs are firmly muscled. Correctly locating the weight-supporting leg in relation to the body is the key to balancing the body. Dance poses can be one-leg support or two-leg support, but keep in mind that the center of gravity line is the guideline for positioning the weight-supporting leg or legs. This principle is also utilized in the action figures we discussed earlier.

The differences are the following: when the dance body bends forward, the center of gravity line shifts in front of the weightsupporting leg; when the dance body bends to the side, the center of gravity line descends to the side of the weight-supporting leg; when the body bends to the back, the center of gravity line moves to the back of the weight-supporting leg. The deeper the bending angle, the farther the distance between the gravity line and the weight-supporting leg. Use the head, torso, and supporting leg to maintain a firm and active posture.

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