Draw a realistic people


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Draw a realistic people

  1. 1. 15 Simple Techniqueto Draw a Realistic People
  2. 2. 1-start with the upper body-For the headsketch a circleadd a sharp curve at the bottom of it toform an upside-down egg shape
  3. 3. 2-Draw the neck-Usually just draw two short, straight linesroughly ears-width apart
  4. 4. 3-Draw a horizontal line perpendicular tothe base of the neck but very lightly-This is a guideline for the figures collarbone, should be about two to three headwidths in length.
  5. 5. 4-at either end of the collarguideline, sketch circles that areslightly smaller than the circleyou drew for the head earlier-These will be the shoulders
  6. 6. 5-Draw two ovals slightly longerthan the vertical length of thehead-they are attached to theunderside of the shoulder circles-These will be the upperarms/biceps
  7. 7. 6-Draw the torso at the points wherethe bicep ovals meet the shouldercircles-Draw a kind of upside-downtrapezoid shape for the chest, and twovertical lines for the abdominal trunk-draw an upside-down triangle for thepelvic area.
  8. 8. 7-about half a head-length above theupside-down triangle, draw a verysmall circle. This is the belly button.-To ensure your figure isproportionate, adjust the bicep ovalsso that their bottoms are even withthe height of the belly button.-Draw a guideline if you need to
  9. 9. 8-sketch two circles that are slightlylarger than your shoulder circles,so that they are each halfwayinside the pelvic triangle.-These are your hip joints
  10. 10. 9-Draw two long ovals (the samelength as the torso) beneath thehip joint circles.-These are the thighs
  11. 11. 10-Draw two smaller ovals for theknees, half-overlapping thebottoms of the thigh ovals
  12. 12. 11- Draw two more ovals beneaththe knees for the calves / shins
  13. 13. 12- Sketch two triangles at thebottoms of the calf ovals.- These are the feet.
  14. 14. 13- Go back up to the biceps- Draw two more ovals beneaththem for the forearms
  15. 15. 14- Draw two small circles on theends of the forearms for the hands
  16. 16. 15- Draw a smooth outline, add bodydetails, and add clothing andaccessories- This How-To will be extended inthe near future to include thesesteps
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