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Simplifying the Foot for Easy Drawing

April 19, 20180 Comments

Feet are hard to draw, so I’m gonna break it down for you into simple forms. Once you learn and understand these forms, drawing feet is much easier. You’ll no longer have to draw them buried under drapery…grass…kittens or any other conveniently placed objects. Watch and learn! And don’t forget to try these out yourself. Learning from the video is important, but practicing the assignment drawings is the next important step to reaching mastery.

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Advanced Foot Drawing Techniques

April 1, 20180 Comments

Okay, so you’ve already learned about the foot bones from my previous lesson. Now let’s learn the advanced stuff that really makes your drawings look good. Now before we go any further, I must warn you that you might find this technique highly frustrating. You might even struggle with it for the first thousand drawings or so, but with enough practice, you’ll develop the muscle memory and it will become handy.

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How to Draw Feet with Structure – Foot Bone Anatomy

March 30, 20182 Comments

Since the foot is so bony, knowing the bones directly helps you draw the surface forms. The foot is challenging to draw because it’s flexible, asymmetrical, and should usually look like it’s on the ground (perspective). This lesson will focus on the overall design of the foot, along with the form, proportion, and mobility of the individual bones.

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How to Draw the Knee Lesson

How to Draw the Knee

February 28, 20180 Comments

If you’re a Premium Member of the Anatomy Course – View the Lesson We’ve learned about the femur, the tibia, and the fibula (and briefly covered the patella). Let’s step back and give our attention to how these bones come together to form the largest joint in the body: the knee. Special guest instructor Marshall […]

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What Are All Those Bumps? Learning Leg Bone Anatomy

January 25, 20180 Comments

This drawing demonstration shows how to draw the femur, the patella, the tibia, and the fibula.

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How to Draw Legs – Bone Anatomy for Artists

January 5, 20182 Comments

Time to jump right into the biggest and strongest bones in the human body. Learn how to draw the femur, patella, tibia, and fibula in this lesson! We’ll cover information on proportions, form, motion and other important features. Whether you want to make high-level technical drawings or be able to invent characters from your imagination, this lesson will give your figures some legs to stand on.

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Finger Drawing Mistakes You’re Making – Hand Critiques

October 27, 20172 Comments

We’re back for Part 2 of the Hand Critiques. This time I want to help you improve the way you’re drawing fingers. I’ll go over a few things that will help you make your fingers more expressive, dynamic and 3D. I’ll show you how to avoid 2 common mistakes – snowman and sausage fingers.

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What Everyone Gets Wrong Drawing Hands – Hand Critiques

October 19, 20170 Comments

Going through all your hand assignments, I noticed most of them have one main issue. They lack structure. Constructing the hand from basic forms and following the primary – secondary – tertiary hierarchy resolves many other issues. It helps to draw the hand accurately from imagination, attach the fingers correctly to the palm, keep things in perspective, and even helps to shade. I’ll also show you how a focus on structure doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice gesture.

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3 Tips for Better Anatomy Shading – Forearm Critiques

August 31, 20170 Comments

In this critique video I’ll give you 3 tips that can easily improve your shading. I noticed a lot of students are attempting to shade their anatomy studies, but are making some similar mistakes

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How to Draw Cartoon Hands (Comic, Cartoon, and Mickey Mouse)

July 18, 20172 Comments

In this video, I’ll show you how to draw 3 styles of cartoon hands. I’ll go over the classic Mickey Mouse glove, general cartoon hands, and comic book hands.

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