how to draw body figures
Drawing  figures, Added by Dawn, October 6, 2009, 7:15:56 pm
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Uploaded: October 6, 2009
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Advanced  Advanced Skill Level
Steps: 18
Updated: September 26, 2010
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Today is a new day and with new days comes new tutorials. I will start the day off by giving you guys a really nice lesson on "how to draw figures", step by step. I have a few tutorials on anime and manga body figures. The main reason why I chose to draw these female figures is because I thought that it would only make sense to draw the human body. We as people are not anime or manga creations, so how are we supposed to learn how to draw out our own bodies from those tutorials. Anyway there is several different body poses that you can learn from and replicate. I know that when you first start this tutorial it may be a bit complex for the novice artist. If you take your time and follow the detailed instructions that is included with each and every step, you should be able to draw poses with ease. One of my favorite body figures is the back portrait with the woman’s arm raised, and wrapped around the top of her head. It almost looks like a soft beautiful pose of the female body figure. I have been getting really good with drawing figures and I guess you can say that I am sort of exploring my new and improved talent. I know the sketches are not perfect, but they are pretty darn good compared to the way I used to draw. No matter what pose you choose to draw from, you will most definitely learn something new from this tutorial on “how to draw body figures step by step”. I still have three more very cool lessons coming your way, so try and stay tuned in for those as well. Another thing, I will be joining you live a little bit later tonight because I am working on some new stuff for the site. I will most definitely be going live today so don’t worry about that. In the mean time while you wait, try this lesson on for size. I hope you have fun and remember take your time, be patient, and in time you will sketch out the perfect body pose. Peace peeps!