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an introduction for kindergarten and lower elementary

an introduction for kindergarten and lower elementary

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  • Figure DrawingLearning to draw the human body!presented by EmilyValenza
  • Start with an egg shape for the head!
  • Draw the curve of the spine and neck.
  • Draw a line for the angle of the shoulders and the angleof the hips. (Leave room for a neck!)
  • Draw two rectangular shapes for the upper andlower part of the torso. Draw an oval at belly-buttonlevel to show where the body naturally bends.
  • Draw circles for the shoulder and hip joints.
  • Draw rectangles or long ovals for the bones of the arms andlegs. Don’t forget circles at the elbows, wrists, knees and ankles!
  • Draw squares for hands and long triangles for feet.
  • Once you are comfortable with this technique,try trickier poses:
  • If you don’t have a model to pose for you,use a magazine, and try sketching shapes overphotos of people to practice!
  • Add details like hair and clothing once drawing thebasic figure becomes easy for you:
  • Practice! Any time you are in a public space, you havehundreds of models waiting to be drawn!