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Anatomy study 1.5 - full body by dragonsketcher85 Anatomy study 1.5 - full body by dragonsketcher85
I have always needed help when it came to anatomy and poses, so I decided to start a study on it. the shading is simple and blockish because I really just want to work on the form itself right now, the shading and details will be added once I get a little bit better. *updated* I added more shading. I'm not really sure if I like the less shading or the more shading so let me know which one you like.

I used an anatomy drawing book for reference and pastel pencils to draw it.

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Hinarivena Featured By Owner Aug 6, 2011
cool
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PaintedPeaches Featured By Owner May 6, 2011  Student General Artist
Great pose! A litle tip whin your drawing dands and feet- the feet shoud be around the same size as the hands, if not a little bigger. :)
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dragonsketcher85 Featured By Owner May 6, 2011  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks :} I'm terrible with hands and feet so thank you for your tip :hug:
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PaintedPeaches Featured By Owner May 6, 2011  Student General Artist
Yup. :)
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kristi88 Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2007
great
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Crazy-Joe-Davola Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2006  Hobbyist General Artist
Great pose. Very lifelike.
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dragonsketcher85 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2006  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
thank you
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justsomedude86 Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2006  Professional General Artist
Lol I know what book that is from. If you really want to get better at anatomy, take a community college class in life/figure drawing or find a figure drawing group (or if your rollin in dough, hire a model like me! lol). You'd be surprised in what you'll learn. Drawing from a book like that is good since it shows you about the line, but drawing from an actual form you begin to see how the line relates to everything else. Hope this helps!
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InternalPrism Featured By Owner Jul 29, 2005  Professional Digital Artist
More shading is BETTER!! ^_^ It looks much cleaner here, too. Hmm... I need to do one of these, too. The pose is good, too. Makes me wonder what's going through her mind. If you're going to be doing shading like that, remember to blend it into the light, as well as include a *small* amount of reflected ambient lighting. It helps make it look more... 3D-ish... *shrug* Hope I'm helping!
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