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UNDERSTANDING ANATOMY: part II by FOERVRAENGD UNDERSTANDING ANATOMY: part II by FOERVRAENGD
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PIGMENTS AND PIXELS:
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UNDERSTANDING ANATOMY:
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MANGA to REALISTIC:
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Feel like all my rabblings about cubes confuse you? then you maybe should check out this BASIC tutorial about perspective for beginners: by :iconshattered-earth:

As always I finish these tutorials around 5 AM in the morning haha. Enjoy everyone, this one does not cover muscles and such. But I feel this is still a very important area you should consider practicing on. When I started thinking with cubes, my anatomy improved A LOT.
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Karacolours Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2014  Hobbyist
amazing tutorials!!! i'm gonna get straight to the homework you gave me! :la: (first time in forever i've actually been exited to do 'homework' :D )
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Iro-the-Hero Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2014  New member Student
I love this tutorial. It has helped me grow exponentially, however I have a problem with the lower pelvis box not feeling like its connecting to the upper torso box. Whenever I draw the two, the lower and upper feel like they are floating there and when I try to connect them, I get unsatisfactory results. 
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Busciianniie Featured By Owner Jul 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you for making this, this is very useful, because I can't draw full body humans very well :)
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Rookie141 Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
german book, huh? i could help translating it :iconyaomingfaceplz:
ahem
but about the tutorial: i guess it's very helpful and i'll in every case try those methods :)
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mydragonzeatyou Featured By Owner May 26, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I hate when someone acts as if their method is THE method but a part from that it was very useful and I'll be looking at it for reference.
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jeffthekillar Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2014
this is the greatest thing on earth
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AbnormalPerceptions Featured By Owner Apr 16, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I CANNOT THANK YOU ENOUGH!
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ihartsnape Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014  Student General Artist
Fantastic tutorial! Thanks!
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LuxAdvised Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You helped me so much. I started to draw " human " for one or two weeks and my drawing was always ... sort of human thing without bones and correct proportions, I have been working one your tutorials all day and... really ! it works ! I drew one or two page of cubes and then I was reading a manga and I really SEE those cubes ! So I tried to sketch something with a random pose and.. WOW " this are cubes. And it looks likes more human than my 3hours-on-anatomy other stuff O___O " 

Thank you so much, those tutorials deserve to be Daily Deviations, you did many very useful example, technical things but you always stay fun and nice ! 
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obiobi8 Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I think every artist has a different way to envision and simplify the figure....however its interesting to know some people simplify it as boxes....I usually just draw lines of action for torso and limbs, then build the pelvis, ribcage and head and then add the muscles on top......Sometimes I draw cylinders on top of the lines of action just to help with foreshortening....
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