Friday, November 12, 2010
Tuesday, November 9, 2010
This tutorial is a good starter for drawing noses and has a few helpful tips for even the advanced illustrator.
Thursday, November 4, 2010
This is an introduction tutorial to drawing teeth. More tutorials at solomation.com
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
This tutorial is a continuation of my last drawing tutorial. It covers the basics for drawing eyes: the general shape of the eyelids, how the eyelids fold into the face, the placement of the tear duct, etc.
Friday, October 29, 2010
Think in 3d when you draw. This tutorial teaches you the basics on how to draw eyes.
Wednesday, October 20, 2010
When drawing someone the first thing to do is look at their over-all head shape. If you want to get the likeness of someone you are drawing or want to draw someone you have seen and want to draw them from memory, this tutorial offers the first tip on how to do so.
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
This tutorial describes the basic planes and shape or the scull around the mouth and jaw. Illustrators/ artists don't need to know scull and skeleton in detail but an understanding of it's over-all shape can improve your drawing greatly.
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Sunday, October 10, 2010
Draw along with this video lesson and learn how the brow and the bone around the eyes help shape the way the eyes look.
Friday, October 8, 2010
Thursday, October 7, 2010
Saturday, October 2, 2010
Drawing People Can be use for illustration, to entertain and to convey stories.
The movement of the arms start with the clavicle.
Movable shoulders make for a more convincing drawing.
Like in film, drawings are from different "camera angles." Examples: birds eye view, dog's eye view.
Learn to draw people as seen from above, bellow and from all angles.
Start by drawing the general form before adding details.
Move the central mass to create a feeling of 3d.
Draw the action first to draw figures showing natural movement.
A little extra care with drawing chest and hips position can make your drawing look more natural, in motion and 3d.
Drawing the human figure often starts with the chest.
Draw movable shoulder for a more convincing human figure. Good for action.
Advice for making your 2d drawing space work more like a 3d environment: drawing arm from scratch.
With some practice drawing the human figure can be second nature.
The first steps of drawing the human head without need for a model.
Adding "Handles" to your drawing can help you position the head in 3d space.
The form a human fist is much simpler once grouped into simple shapes. These can be drawn from any angle.
Drawing a convincing hand depends mostly on the position and gesture of the thumb.
Hands are complex forms. There is a hard way of going about drawing hands, and an easier way.
Guides to making it easier to start adding the hands to the figure you are drawing.
When you draw a hand first consider witch hand your about to draw: the right one or the left one.
Correct a common mistake people make when drawing hands: make sure you put the thumb on the right side of the hand!
The thumb moves out from the wrist. It faces different directions than the fingers.
When you draw thumbs it's helpful to treat it differently than the rest of the hand.