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Includes designated three-step drawing courses that strengthen the comic strip from stick determine to full-blown character
Detailed examples of the way to attract faces, arms, and feet
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Rear cheek lines are an upside-down curved V-shaped line and are located a little bit below the crotch line. Contouring the Arms Divide the arm into three sections—the shoulder, biceps, and forearm. When drawing female arms, use one continuous line to emphasize the smoothness. When drawing male arms, use broken lines to emphasize more sculpted muscles. If broken lines are used for the arm, the shoulder and forearm lines should stay in front of (overlap) the biceps lines. The elbow contains wrinkled flesh and shows the elbow joint.
Female arms are smoother than male arms. The rear cheek line is lower than the center-front crotch. The thigh and calf areas have more flesh and show curvy lines. The knee area has less flesh and forms straight lines. The calf line ends at the halfway point of the leg. The fullest curve point of the outer calf is higher than the fullest curve point of the inner calf. The inner anklebone is higher; the outer anklebone is lower. 28 m Chapter 1 1-36 Design Sample of Contoured Bodies—Crazy for You Drawing the Figure m 29 1-37 Design Sample of Contoured Bodies—Crazy for You 30 m Chapter 1 1-38 Design Sample of Contoured Bodies—Crazy for You Drawing the Figure m 31 1-39 Design Sample of Contoured Bodies—The Dance & The Railroad 1-40 Design Sample of Contoured Bodies—The Dance & The Railroad 32 m Chapter 1 1-41 Design Sample of Contoured Bodies—The Butterfingers Angel Drawing the Figure m 33 1-42 Design Sample of Contoured Bodies—The Butterfingers Angel 34 m Chapter 1 1-43 Design Sample of Contoured Bodies—Dracula Drawing the Figure m 35 Figures in Dance Keep the words stretching, flowing, and rhythm in mind to accentuate the image of dancing.
The same principle applies to bending legs and swinging hips. If the garment is a short-sleeved shirt, the shoulder will be the fall-away point. The hip will be the fall-away point for short skirts and shorts. Use different types of lines to express and accent the textures of garments. The wrinkles and folds can be sharp, crisp strokes; soft, fine, flowing strokes; or thick and bold strokes. Crisp strokes express angular folds to give the garment a full silhouette. Soft, fine, flowing strokes reveal more body curves because the material usually clings to the body (see Figure 1-79).