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Drawing Legs (Definitely Not Exhaustive)

By RickGriffin
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Someone asked how I draw legs, so this time I figured I'd put together a very short, very brief, somewhat accurate explanation of how legs are constructed
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PixieHeartPony's avatar
This is Very Helpful!!!
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Thesonicfan21Student Artisan Crafter
Thank you! it works so much for me!
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CrimsonSun99Hobbyist Digital Artist
this will be very helpful in my drawings, thank you!
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studio-toledoHobbyist Traditional Artist
I guess I prefer the "other body type" approach.
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rockypawpatrolHobbyist Digital Artist
thanks Rick so much its really helpful thanks for taking your time.
MetalByakko's avatar
Oh thank you, it is really helpful :D
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Marquis2007Hobbyist Digital Artist
This is very nicely done. I wont lie that I have some problems trying to construct digi legs.  I have trouble even trying to draw them in motion.

I have been studying your sketches alot, especially the body part of your sketches.  They really help in trying to construct my bodies during my sketching phase =3
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Now I know for certain why digitigrade anthros look off balance to me.  (Of course, it could be a bit of plantigrade bias, too.)
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IndagareHobbyist Writer
Very good to know!
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CrepuscularKittenHobbyist General Artist
Thank you for this! I always have a bit of trouble, and this helps. 
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GabeBoldHobbyist
This is very useful, thank you very much !
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Kilo60Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for this. Legs and feet are tough.
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