I hope many of you find this at least a little bit helpful,like my last one, also, like i've said before, if you are going to use one, as a reference, please credit me in the artists comment,thank you any poses/tutorial ideas? i'ld love to hear
while i'm here i'ld like to feature a few of my favourite artists, just cause i think they deserve more love;
So here is another dummy collection of couples doing couple things yup, I had a lot of trouble and trial and error drawing these for one anatomy is still pretty difficult and 2 I rarely ever draw people interacting ( i really should do that) anyway i know there isn't many but i'll get working one some more soon!
You are free to use this sheet as references for your own drawings. The anatomy may not be perfect but it may help spark some ideas.
More from my pose series
If you use this please Link me to your work so I can admire your handy work!
am happy that it is able to help others! also Has helped me a lot with learning how the human anatomy works, I suggest if you want to learn how to draw poses and anatomy to go to her gallery and check out her stock she has a huge collection. I often sketch her poses myself to practice. So keep at it and I hope this sheet helps you improve your art as it did for me!
i started doodling poses then thought of some very simple tips other people could use for drawing kissing pose
Its 1.30pm and i have not slept all night OTL
ps. yes you can use these as ref if you like to, no need to ask. other resources here: [link] you can download and trace but in that case /please/ credit me. otherwise any other crediting is out of the kindness of your heart ouo
now im off to go mope around my room because i keep getting yelled at for no reason
edit: oh i forgot, the third image from the bottom is referenced from a picture i drew that was referenced from a photograph xD i'd credit the original but i cant find it OTL
I got really tired of taking so long coming up with a even remotely decent pose, so I am going to take the bull by the horns and start studying the construction of poses a bit more thoroughly. You can expect more studies like this in the coming days.
The idea behind this is to avoid starting with the details. Instead, the concept is something like this:
Locate the joints in the pose, and mark them somehow (small balls in the sketch).
Join the joints with lines, to get an idea about how your pose will look. At this point you will see if the pose is balanced the way you want it to be.
Now is the time to start building the body. Use basic shapes as long as possible - your goal is to add volume to your figure.
If everything looks decent, you can start adding details and work your way toward a final result, which will vary depending on what style and medium you are aiming for.
I want to thank so much for providing the poses that I used as reference for this. They are SO helpful!
so,i hope this helps abit,ignore any typos, i had to type out what i had written, too light to read so poses and such are next, just lemme know what you need help with,thanx C: if you have any questions, feel free to ask C:
EDIT heres the male one [link] i dont want to submit it seperately because it sucks, and im not as confident at drawing them