How to draw a figure in proportion option 2



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Fold your paper hamburger style.

Keep your paper folded and fold a second time the same way.

Your folded paper should look like this.

Open your paper. Your paper should have four equal sections.

Hey, Bob! We are going to draw you!

Draw Bob's head. Bob's head should touch the top of your paper, should fill half of your top section, and should be tilted a little.

Draw Bob's neck. An oval that is fatter on the left side.

Draw Bob's chest. Bob's chest should fill the rest of the top section, should come almost half way into your second section, and should be titled the opposite way of your head.

Add Bob's waist. An oval fatter on the left side.

Add Bob's hips. Bob's hips are straight, not tilted. Bob's hips end on the middle fold.

Draw Bob's hip joints. Circles on both sides of your hips.

Draw Bob's left thigh. Bob's thigh should fill the third section.

Draw Bob's right thigh. Bob's right thigh is tilted and also fills the third section.

Draw Bob's knees. Ovals on the bottom fold.

Draw Bob's left calf. Leave a little room at the bottom for Bob's foot!

Add Bob's right calf. Bob's right calf is tilted in, and also comes almost to the bottom of your page.

Add Bob's ankles. Small ovals.

Add Bob's feet. Long ovals.

Add Bob's shoulders. Circles on the side of Bob's upper chest. Notice Bob's right shoulder is higher.

Draw Bob's left upper arm. Bob's arm should come to the top of Bob's waist.

Add Bob's elbow. Small oval.

Add Bob's lower arm. Bob's lower arm is titled in and ends at Bob's hip joints.

Add Bob's wrist. Small oval.

Add Bob's hand. Long oval.

Add Bob's right upper arm. Bob's arm should end at the top of Bob's hips.

Add Bob's elbow. Small oval.

Add Bob's lower arm. Bob's lower arm should end at Bob's hip joints.

Add Bob's wrist. Small oval.

Add Bob's hand. Long oval.

Add value to Bob to give him FORM (only if you have extra time). Congratulations! You created a successful figure drawing in proportion!


Watch the video: HOW TO DRAW: FACE. Basic Proportion


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