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Head Proportions Reference Resource

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Head Proportions Reference Resource!
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snowsuper123's avatar
I had this poster in my art class!
delvallejoel's avatar
So this is how it is.
Zetersen's avatar
you are a savior of many drawings and paintings to come. thank you soooooo much for all of your tutorials and references!!!! I am a dummy! :happybounce: Worship 
CGCookie's avatar
Thank you for your kind words =D
rainbowstardragon123's avatar
proko has a great video series on how to draw heads in a simplified andrew loomis method; just so you know
sdkaaas's avatar
Is it possible for you to provide same semi mathematical reference for whole body?
CGCookie's avatar
I could certainly do that, but it might have to wait for a bit since theres a lot planned for the next 2 months!
sdkaaas's avatar
Drawing this exactly as shown for 50+ times, I'll be able to train my subconcious to use this as refrence whenever I draw a Life drawing or Self Portrait. Ty
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mustangdave63's avatar
Thank you for these fav's
GRANKA's avatar
This is andrew loomis concept.
Ragnarok6664's avatar
heh very precise :)
Faraleigh's avatar
This is way better than the head proportion thing I learned from... That always made faces look stretched and weird. I just assumed I was doing it wrong. They had eyes being centered on that halfway mark, rather than the brow lining up to it. It all makes sense now. :D
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Well the eyes are technically usually still centered from the very top of the head to the chin, but when starting with a sphere, then it is the brow line that is centered on the halfway mark. Glad this helps!
golddiggerbaby's avatar
great. thank you for this
elenhpaine's avatar
thats pretty cool! thanx!
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