Robert Beverly Hale used the size of the cranium as the unit for measuring human proportions instead of the height of the head. This method is preferred by many artists because it aligns with skeletal landmarks and it is more reliable when actually drawing a figure in a pose.
Archive for October, 2012
If you prefer to read, here is the transcript: Hello and welcome to a very special Halloween episode of Proko. My name is Stan Prokopenko and for this Halloween episode I decided to draw Jack Skellington. He’s very easy yet very fun to draw. So, let’s have some fun. I’ll start by warming up with [...]