Learn How to Draw Human Figures – For the Absolute Beginner by John Davidson, Adrian Sanqui (Learn to Draw Book 7)
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Overview: Proportioning the body structure properly is important when drawing a person. A disproportionate body will mislead the portrayed perspective of your subject. Or worse, the subject might look distorted and deformed.
Knowing the proper length for your subject (the person or character you are drawing) can be easily achieved by drawing the head first. In this way, the traditional method in laying out the proper proportion of the body can be initiated.
The traditional method of approximating the body proportion of a subject is by using its head’s size.
The height of an average man is approximately eight to ten head’s size tall, while a women’s height is about seven to nine head’s size.
Genre: Non-Fiction > General