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Simplifying Joints in Perspective

January 12, 20156 Comments

In this demonstration, Marshall Vandruff explains the joints of the foot and how to draw them as simple forms in perspective.

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The 6 Types of Joints

December 29, 20147 Comments

There are 6 types of synovial joints. They have varying shapes, but the important thing about them is the movement they allow. Let’s go through each joint.

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The Language of Anatomy

December 11, 201413 Comments

Common terminology you’ll come across when studying human anatomy, such as terms of movement and terms of location.

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How to Do an Anatomy Tracing

December 3, 201410 Comments

Anatomy Tracings is one of the assignments we’ll be doing throughout the course. Here’s an example of how to do one.

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Introduction to Human Anatomy for Artists

November 24, 201413 Comments

Introducing “Anatomy of the Human Body for Artists”.. In this video I’m gonna give you an overview of the course. Why we study anatomy, what you’ll learn from this course, and what’s in the premium version of the course.

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Q&A with Proko, Marshall Vandruff and Court Jones

November 18, 20140 Comments

Ask us anything! I’m joined by Marshall Vandruff and Court Jones. Check out their websites here:

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Announcement – Anatomy Course and Live Q&A Hangout

November 17, 20147 Comments

Hey guys, feels really good to be back. My hand is feeling better, I got married, and I have 2 quick announcements. First, I’ve started the Anatomy Course Pre-sale. If you know you’re going to go premium with it, you can get it now at a discount. As you probably guessed, if there’s a pre-sale, […]

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Q&A with Stan Prokopenko & Xia Taptara

July 31, 20148 Comments

Live Q&A Hangout answering some questions.

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Q&A – Gesture vs Proportion and Time

June 1, 20145 Comments

Answering some more of your questions about Gesture: Should I focus on accurate gesture or accurate proportion? Will I get better at proportion over time? I’m struggling with timed gesture drawing. What should I do?

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Q&A – Gesture vs Contour and Scribbly Lines

May 26, 201419 Comments

Answering some of your questions about Gesture – Is it OK to skip gesture? What’s the difference between gesture and contour? Can I use scribbly lines to find gesture?

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