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    Anatomy Process: "Figure Drawing" Two-Part Study Covers; gesture, light, rendering

    Hello all. It has been a little bit since I last posted.

    I didn’t want my next round of posts to just be images I have done. I have been trying to get some tutorials together that would be beneficial to everyone.

    So, I am going to be posting a new tutorial up every couple of days. These I have written for my classes, but they are for anyone who wants to learn. Each tutorial has a walk through of a 6 step procedure, and then I make comments on what I have done for this particular image in the tutorial.

    Then in the back of the tutorial, I have extra info. Each tutorial will have extra info.

    Be patient. If the first few topics are not what you are looking for, eventually a topic will come up. I teach many classes, so it may be a while before I get to info you might be struggling to find.

    I hope these are beneficial to all, I am trying to make them as easy as possible to read and understand.

    The only thing you will be lacking in these procedures is an instructor to help you with yours. I am giving what all information I can to help increase your awareness of the many facets art has, and you have to tackle in art.

    Take care, if you like, email me at rlemen@rev-art.com if you have any questions, or you have any critiques on the tutorials. I want to know what you are thinking also. It will help me write better tutorials. Save your suggestions for other types of tutorials. I am too swamped currently to tackle many sorts of tutorials. As I said, subjects will be appearing at random from now on, something is bound to come up you may need help with.

    Thank you and happy arting….

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    Figure Drawing 2

    Hello again. I have time to post one more, then off for a few. If for any reason these crash, can someone else post the images for others to get to?

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    Thanks again, and I hope these help.
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    This is really helpful to me. Thanks a lot.
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    Oh wow, that was awesome. Thank you!
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    Wow. This makes everything simple for me. Thanks a bunch
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    wow...

    Amazing dude...and another thank you for you from me for this...
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    Endless searching to find out these secrets, and they were right under my nose all along. Thank you sooooo much! Amazing.
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    Wow! Good tutorial! Reminding me of contour lines was really helpful, I always forget. Thanks!
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    Thank you so much for these Fred.
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    I like the idea of using contour lines and lines to connect the limbs so things are comprehensively built up. You provide a good strategy to work from the inside out that helps in observation of how everything fits together as a whole. Also, since shading is one of my prime areas for study, I appreciate the idea to start with a general tone that's uniform throughout the whole figure, then build up values from there.
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    Its really Usefull and amazing...continue well...thank u sir...
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