Essay On Drawing Human Being

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Human anatomy is complex, and that’s not even delving into what’s beneath the skin and whatnot. Faces are hard to master, hands are the bane of any artist, and clothing can be an absolute nightmare if you don’t know what you’re doing. However, learning how to draw human beings is an important step in any artist’s development, since once you have the basics down, then you can start to really stylize them, and make them easier to draw. The process of drawing a human being is almost as complex as human anatomy is, but it can be easily broken down into a few simple steps. Of course, you have to have something to draw with before you start. While you can draw with almost anything, this tutorial is focusing on how to digitally draw a human being, so you’ll need a drawing tablet, a stylus for said tablet, a decent computer, a drawing software, and a lot of patience. Drawing human beings takes time, especially if they’re in a dynamic pose. So, before you start, boot up the drawing software, and make sure your stylus is charged. On the first layer, you should draw a “wireframe” of sorts. Grey is recommended, but it can be drawn in any colour The wireframe, also known as a skeleton, can be broken into three major parts; the line of action (also…show more content…
This step is entirely optional, since just a line art could be considered a finished piece if you’re proud of it. However, most art should have at least a little colour in it. There aren’t any rules, what colours depends on the character and style, along with the particular piece. As a general rule of thumb, unless the character is meant to be headache inducing (something that no character should be), bright neon colours shouldn’t be used in abundance. But, as with everything, there’s the occasional exception. The colours used need not be accurate to the character, especially if you’re working with a predetermined colour range as a challenge, but they should go reasonably well
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