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There are usually many misconceptions in the mind of novice Artists.
How Eyes should be drawn is one of them: there's a wrong mental representation of what an eye is, because of many Commonplaces!
Also, many mental representations are flat... you can fix that by beginning to think 3D.

Let's enrich our mental representations by observing how things actually are, rather than how we idealize and symbolize them!
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Crash Course on Drawing Male and Female Profile!-YouTube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/dexelkyr
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New YouTube Video, Quick Crash Course of about 4 mins on the differences between male and Female Profile!
Heya there Guys!
After the Tutorial on the Side View in general, this time we deal with the Male and Female main differences in their profile, with a quick Crash Course of about 4 mins! This is less serious than the last Tutorial, i hope you'll enjoy this and that this short video will be intense enough for you to like/share it, and maybe even subscribe if you want to see more of my videos in the future :)
Feel free to like the Facebook Page/the video or share any video if you appreciate what i'm doing *-* (Do i need to say anything about subscribing if you liked it and want to see more in the future? :) )
And don't forget to leave a Comment about this video if you can (possibly on YouTube but here is of course much




Heya there Guys! After the Tutorial on the Side View in general, this time we deal with the Male and Female main differences in their profile, with a quick Crash Course of about 4 mins! This is less serious than the last Tutorial, i hope you'll enjoy this and that this short video will be intense enough for you to like/share it, and maybe even subscribe if you want to see more of my videos in the future :)




Please like the Facebook Page/the video or share any video if you appreciate what i'm doing *-* (Do i need to say anything about subscribing if you liked it and want to see more in the future? :) )

And don't forget to leave a Comment about this video if you can (possibly on YouTube but here is of course much appreciated as well), so that i know if you liked it, why you didn't like it, if you want to see more idiot stuff or if it should have been more serious, etc...
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In those last weeks i haven't drawn anything, so i decided to take the pencil and to study something to regain my hand, so i tried to study the foot^^
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In queste ultime settimane non ho disegnato nulla, così ho deciso di prendere la matita e di studiare qualcosa per riprendere la mano, così ho cercato di studiare i piedi^^
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I hope you find this helpful. Remember guy's lips are dryer and less saturated than female lips. They are also skinnier, conventionally. Request more tutorials!
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Some other very quick (about half an hour or less for all of them) poses to practice with difficult poses/angles and perspective.
Bonus points if you can tell me what the first pose is about: what do you think the guy is doing?
If i drew it good enough, you should understand.. so i hope you will! xD
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A very quick sketch for a study about various muscles of the back and various muscles seen from the back.

In this step i focused mainly on the Lineart itself, to practice. (the thing you see on his vertebral column is just a crack i randomly added to this character. xD)
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A Study about Torso, Neck and Skull.
Not that much about the skull, though xD

Poor Skully, no one wants him :(
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tumblr: tavviartblog.tumblr.com/post/5…

can't find the references I used// on far left side is "my student for one class" work on the right my doodles

don't ask this will go to scraps later :iconmingplz:


Yellow - light
White - highlights
Blue - shadows
Red - what we see (w/ sharp form with kind of blurry edges if zoomed in)
Green - what we can't see but exists of course


The egg/ball - the shadows are quite blurry and the lighter - edgy (on painty stuff if you want 'classic' (like baroque) effect or something more painty).


Tip numero uno- never use 100%pure white or 100% pure black - never. Tho if you're painting for example gems then sure go ahead and use white for that shining effect.

Tip numero dos- imagine nose, lips and eye ball as simple ball for painting reflective lightning.

Tip numero tres - don't be afraid of making mistakes. We learn making them (or from others who are making them eueb )

Tip numero cuatro - there's few styles how to learn to paint, but one of the best is to BUILD IT

Tip numero cinco - for the background the best is to use light gray or darkish gray, of course you can use white as background but then you won't be able to see the contrast of objects in your drawing. Tho you can always break these rules/tips.

Tip numero seis - It's better to use one layer, you'll learn how to paint much faster or well not faster but the quality will be higher(like on paper you don't have layers). However, this is only for beginner/sketching phase when you're using only grayscale, to colour that you need layers, don't you? I think, you can just ignore this last tip.

Tip numero siete Use second light source. this will help your drawing to pop out.


If you want to start colouring, well I'll make ' Tips 02" later for that. That is probably going to be for skin tone
If I'll get requested for more tips of mine (for example: how I draw hair) then eventually I'll do those too



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Part one is here:


This one has a bit more info but might be a little messy.
Click "Download Image" at the side for full view

Here's the rebloggable tumblr version:
[link]
(it might be easier to read too!)

More Readings:
Loomis' "Figure Drawing" book (pdf can be downloaded here: [link])
Glen Vilppu’s Vilppu Drawing Manual (other books on figure drawing), etc.
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i... i just wanted to upload something!!! ;_; not complete but i'll probably develop this into a full version tutorial eventually... ;_; i hope someone actually finds this useful. ;_;
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