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WARNING: OLD ART!! The art and comments in this Deviation may no longer represent the artist's current views or interests. Homework for LASALLE College of the Arts: more skeleton anatomy and expres...

Skeletal Sketchdump by *Canadian-Rainwater on deviantART - This skeleton is having a real good day.

drawing feet tutorial by hannyschub

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Drawing Reference - Simple Sketches - Body movements for any action hero are important. This body poses are always a reminder of how our bodies move in motion.

Drawing reference talking through a cell phone

fungii: The book does have a basic breakdown of the hands, but I felt that references like these were much more needed. From Graphic Sha’s “How to Draw Manga: Drawing Yaoi”

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reference female lips female examples forms side view Okay, MANGA lips are so hard to come by but these aren't manga or anime but gave me some lip ideas ;

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Hand Study - how to draw the human hand, in varying positions. I think that this reference is best for when drawing male hands, judging by the sketches.

ANATOMY, BASIC SHAPES Made Simple

Anatomy basic shapes - most people know of these simple drawing rules. But when you are having fun drawing you somehow ignore them, or maybe thats just me? Anyways, i beleive using them more consistently would improve my drawings a lot!

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grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - WATCH YOUR BACK! A reminder to not forget the large muscle groups in the back. They add structure and clearly influence the silhouette in different positions. Of course, I used a very muscular character to show more.

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