Proko Full Access to Figure Drawing Videos - miss new tutorials, signup for my mailing list - Let's get into shading a drawing! We'll explore form, planes and light on form. I'll guide you through making an object feeling 3 dimensional by indicating the elements of light on form - highlight, center light, halftones, core shadow, reflected light, cast shadow and occlusion shadow. How the local value of the object effects the tones. In this Premium Lesson I describe my complete process of drawing a figure, step by step. Art Model Photos - Follow Proko:Facebook - - - - - Newsletter- *Music used with permission Intro Tune -
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sabrine-photo-stock (Sabrina) on deviantART Anatomy For Sculptors Kevin Chen Demos undefined Human Illustration Tutorials » Blog Archive » Tips on How to Draw Emotions and Facial Expressions Most of our articles introduce video tutorials on how to draw people. Some tutorials focus of body drawing, others on eye drawing or hair drawings and so on. That’s great but there are no people who don’t have feelings. There are no people who live without emotions. So, it’s time to learn how to draw emotions and different facial expressions. The tutorials listed below provide tips on how to draw happy or angry people, people who are scared or people who are surprised by something. There is a great diversity of emotions that people can experience throughout their lives: joy, anger, sadness, surprise, anticipation, fear, love, despair, hope, happiness, anxiety, etc. How To Draw PT.2 – expressions (part 1) by JazzaStudios Facial Expressions: Drawing Shock, Fear and Terror – Art Drawing Instruction by kazanjianm How to Draw Manga Facial Expressions, 7 Different Ways – Male by FinalOtaku The drawing smiling faces project (old) #2 by DrawnArt93 Facial Expression #3 by LightMare7
Anatomy Resources – Building Your Mental Library – Enliighten Anatomy is a very vast and complex subject, so how do you go about learning everything? Resources such as websites and books are a gerat way to begin learning about anatomy and building up your mental library. Building your mental library through observation and practice is key to being able to draw and paint successfully from your imagination. This process can take years, so don’t be discouraged if your imaginative work isn’t at the level you desire right away. In this video Daarken talks about some great anatomy books and sites that can help you learn anatomy. Be sure to check them out and link any sites that you found to be helpful. SitesInspirational Artworks BooksHyper Angle – Awesome Japanese photo reference booksGeorge Bridgman – This is the newer, cheaper version of the book I talked about in the video.Andrew LoomisHuman Anatomy for ArtistsBurne Hogarth
Human Anatomy for Artist - Ultra-high resolution human photo references – Human-Anatomy-for-Artist.com How To Draw Expressions Boy, I didn't know what I was getting myself into when I started this. I've had requests for some sort of expressions tutorial dating back a while now, so I figured, "Sure! I can explain expression drawing...and it'll be way better than all those tutorials out there that are nothing but charts of generic expressions. Yeah! Um. Anyway, I found all I could really do was try to explain ways to teach yourself...and then add some pictures.
10 Tips to Improve Your Workflow and Work Faster in Illustrator As a webdesigner, I'm at the moment specialized in interface design for application website but also for iOS, android and BlackBerry, so I tend to use a lot Illustrator. I use it for mockups, but also for the design of entire websites. Some designers might call me crazy, but after a while, I found that I worked more quickly with Illustrator than with Photoshop. In this article, you will find some of the tricks that help me work faster and considerably helped to improve my day to day workflow on Illustrator. Quick Note : I base this article on my CS5 version of Adobe Illustrator, on windows so some keyboard shortcuts might be different for Mac users, and some functionalities might not exist on previous versions. If you note any difference on your working environment, you can let us know in the comments. Scale and Resize Objects with Perfect Strokes By default, Illustrator does not scale strokes (unless you outline the path). Short Cuts for Pasting Perfectly Improving Pen Tool Use Conclusion