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    Short Female tutorial

    It´s not the best tutorial in the net but i think that is going to be very usefull for the begginers. It shows the full proccess to create a female character in a pose.

    Here the link.

    http://fcmx.net/vec/v.php?i=003702

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    That was really fun to watch. I love seeing artistic process. There was a movie about picasso done in a similar fashion, just fascinating to watch.

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    Hey good job. Do you find it neccesary to draw such a detailed skeleton in order to get all your porportions correct? I usually have a very basic looking stick figure. I may try taking it further in my next piece. Cool beans..

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    We'd be so much easier to draw if we had exo-skeletons...

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    I don't think it's the original posters drawing because I saw it a while ago on another messege board. Very cool though.

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    creeeeeeeeppppyyyyyy...... but cool


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    Yeah, I'm pretty sure the tutorial's actually by Rey Bustos.

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    Ooh! And, she winds up with an awesome 80s fashion sense!


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    When I read the title I thought it was a tutorial on drawing female midgets.

    Now I'm dissapointed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by qitsune
    When I read the title I thought it was a tutorial on drawing female midgets.

    Now I'm dissapointed.
    Beat me to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scubasteve
    Do you find it neccesary to draw such a detailed skeleton in order to get all your porportions correct?
    Of course. It's also imperative that you draw complete langerie before you add the clothes .


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    When I read the title I thought it was a tutorial on drawing female midgets
    2nd

    but really, that was both cool and humerous at the same time. Skeleton, ok, maybe. Lingere? hmmm... cool to watch though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell
    Of course. It's also imperative that you draw complete langerie before you add the clothes .
    and did you notice the total lack in consistency when he did the right arm without establishing the skeletal structure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elwell
    Of course. It's also imperative that you draw complete langerie before you add the clothes .

    haha yeah what was the point of that anyway?

    for me personally, its totally unneccesary to draw out all those details that will be erase or covered up in the final product

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