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  • How to draw hands ? How to draw feet ? Hold up your hand and really look at it. You will see each finger is not straight up and down. 3. The Drag Lines ( where the fingers connect to the palm) always fall away from the middle finger. This is a little more stressed when drawing

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  • Drawing hands can seem pretty hard. They are, after all, the most pliable and adjustable part of the body. You do have an advantage though. You own two! The hands can be the most sexy and the most expressive part of the body if you know how to draw them correctly. They can also stand alone by themselves as portraits! The hands work with little conscious thought which may be why little thought is given to them when drawing. Study your own hand Study your own hand first. Pick up different objects and watch how your hand adjust and...

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  • Some areas of the figure are complex enough to warrant special attention by the figure artist because they are more difficult to draw than the rest of the figure. These areas are the head, hands, and feet, and they merit special attention from the artist who really wants to master figure drawing. In this chapter we will take a closer look at each of these aspects of the figure. Hands The human hand is probably the most versatile tool ever created. It is capable of great strength, yet it can perform the most delicate operations. Its design allows people to lift, hold,...

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  • The illustrator Andrew Loomis (1892-1959) is revered amongst artists - including the great American painter Norman Rockwell and comics superstar Alex Ross - for his mastery of figure drawing and clean, Realist style. His hugely influential series of art instruction books have never been bettered. Drawing the Head and Hands is the second in Titan's programme of facsimile editions, returning these classic titles to print for the first time in decades.

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  • Léon Dorn is one of the most famous medical illustrators in the world. Even today, at 80 years of age, he continues to pursue his work with the same enthusiasm. His work coincides with his great passion: the representation of the human body. Anatomy holds no secrets for him. He has spent countless hours in operating theatres, dissecting rooms and with himself; when Léon Dorn is drawing hands, he is drawing his own hands ...

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  • Figure Drawing for All It’s Worth Creative Illustration Drawing the Head and Hands Three-Dimensional Drawing. All Drawings and text within this book are the property of their respective copyholders and should not be reproduced for any reason.

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  • This first step is important to understanding how the hand is constructed and were the pivot points are. Once you are comfortable with the proportions of the hand it will be easier to draw it in different positions. For now let's concentrate on the basic "Spread Fingered" hand. Follow along and study your own hand as you go. Hands : Step 1- the oval Draw an oval. Much like the one you see to the left. Designate a point on the lower center line of the oval. This is the anchor point we'll use for our fingers. ...

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  • To draw the head from any angle you must first understand its basic structure. Look past all the distracting details and visualize the underlying forms. This ability to simplify can be applied to the features of the face, but when starting the drawing you could look even further. Ignore even the features and simplify to the most basic form of the head. I use a method taught by Andrew Loomis in his book, “Drawing the Head & Hands”. The head deconstructed into its basic forms, is a sphere as the cranium and a block as the jaw and cheek bones. ...

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  • Shape-mass, on the other hand, demands to be understood as volume structure in three dimensions; this makes it possible to draw the figure in deep space projections, putting the human form into the most inventive and varied conceptions of foreshortening, advancing and receding in space. Conceiving the figure as shape-mass permits the artist to manipulate the figure creatively, part by part, making changes according to his desire.

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  • The literature was reviewed and summarized to provide common interpretations of human figure drawings. Basic guidelines for interpreting human figure drawings (i.e., face and head, body, arms and hands, and legs and feet) are presented. Expectations for students at different developmental levels (ages 1 1/2 through adolescence) are identified, and the influence of artistic talent is discussed. Two children's drawings from case studies in a school setting are interpreted.

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  • The Stick Figure In our methodical approach to building up your confidence as an artist, we're going to tackle something simple at first—our friend the stick figure. Go ahead, draw one right now! A reasonable stick figure at this point should contain a midline for the spine, two arms, two legs, and a circle for the head. Fingers for hands and lines for feet are optional, but being the conscientious craftsman that you are, I know you'll want to include them. Now draw your stick figure running, jumping, falling, walking, running, climbing—see how many poses you can come up with. The...

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  • This butterfly drawing tutorial relies heavily on the video at the bottom of this page so don't forget to watch it either before or after you've finished the text part of this drawing lesson. I wanted to show how I would approach a realistic drawing of a butterfly so while this is in the step by step drawing section of the site I hope that you can take away so much more than just how to draw a butterfly drawing. By the time you have finished the video and text in this tutorial you'll have a handful of new...

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  • I know when I learn to do something for the first time that it helps if I can actually interact and "do" the activity at hand. Nothing could be truer then when learning to draw, especially when learning how to draw a face. If you just start drawing the eyes, a mouth, and a nose, you may come up with a pretty decent portrait; then again you may come out with something that looks like an abstract drawing. You might even come up with something that will change the shape of the modern art world. Even if that does...

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  •  "Constructive Anatomy" is George B. Bridgman's excellent book of anatomical drawing instruction. Ideal for beginning to intermediate artists, "Constructive Anatomy" begins with instruction on drawing hands and works its way through the human body giving detailed instruction on how to draw realistic human figures. Bridgman's drawing methodology builds upon the analysis of human anatomy, how the skeleton fits together, and how muscle sits upon the skeleton to create the human form.

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  • Christmas tree drawing is a snap when we break it down into simple and easy steps. Follow through the next 5 steps to drawing these trees like a pro. Pictures like these would make great Christmas cards or even gifts. I've often given drawings as presents - they're a one of a kind gift that came directly from you. It's hard to find a more personal gift than something you create with your own hands. Enough about presents! Let's get to the drawing. Step 1: Create the shape of the tree. This is made by putting a bunch of...

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  • In our methodical approach to building up your confidence as an artist, we're going to tackle something simple at first—our friend the stick figure. Go ahead, draw one right now! A reasonable stick figure at this point should contain a midline for the spine, two arms, two legs, and a circle for the head. Fingers for hands and lines for feet are optional, but being the conscientious craftsman that you are, I know you'll want to include them.

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  • This cartoon bear is both fun and simple to draw. Just get your pencil, paper and an eraser and then follow along with the step by step lesson below. He has a very simple construction so you should have no problem bringing him to life on your own no matter what you think your drawing skill might be. Once you're done the lesson, feel free to try drawing him again and posing his simple hands in different positions and giving him a different expression on his face to create different drawings of this same bear. ...

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  • There are many interpretations of freestyle drawing on the Internet these days, and I'm sure if you are reading this than you have probably read them already. Some refer to it as freehand drawing, which is drawing without aids or stencils. Some also describe it as just drawing, or doodling, until the whole picture is filled onto the paper. I, of course, have my own take on freehand drawing as well. Drawing freestyle is basically freehand drawing, but drawing whatever comes to mind. It is more of an organic drawing experience where your mind takes over and your hand...

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  • Step 1 Firstly select an image you wish to draw from, either a different atmosphere it represents i.e happy, romantic, scary or sad and how you want to create the portrait: landscape or portrait. I decided to draw an landscape piece and have a romantic setting, and an image reference from “North and South” and used pencil. Step 2 Then I draw the outline and composition of the two faces. I started to draw the hand and worked my way to the left side of the paper. Shown below.

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  •  (BQ) Learn to draw the fun way! Like almost everyone in the world, you are bursting with raw artistic talent just waiting to be released. In a few deft sweeps of your pencil, capture the character of your 'victim'. Use swift strokes to create a face that has instant appeal. Exaggerate the features to make a comical caricature. Brighten up someone's day with your own tiny bit of magic!"Yes, you can do it," says Mark Linley, "and I show you exactly how!"

     

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