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Instructions: How to Draw Movement and Motion

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Your ability to draw things and - even more important - living beings in motion is an important factor for creating lively and natural pictures.
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Tutorial: How To Draw The Human Body

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The best way to start learning body proportions is to study the classic division of the human body into eight equal parts, from the top of the head to the bottom of the feet. Each of these eight parts is roughly the size of a head.  The four lower parts are the legs. The knee cap is places on the second division. The waist is on the fifth and the top part consists of the head.
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Quick Tutorial: How to Draw Portraits

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I know many beginning artists who want to start right from scratch and draw a portrait of someone they know or someone popular. Drawing great portraits is like the holy grail of drawing. Creating realistic and living portraits needs a high skill level near to mastery. Fortunately you can learn these skills much easier, if you learn them separately.
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How to Draw Yourself as a Cartoon Character
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Common Mistakes to Avoid if You Love Watercolor Painting
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How to Draw a Piece of Cloth with Folds
How to Draw Rain Drops
How to Draw Old Cars
How to Draw a Ferrari
Seven Great Techniques to Create Textures in Your Pencil Drawings
How to Draw a Scene that Exists Only in Imagination
Drawing Expressions Part I: Warm-up
Drawing Expressions Part II: Drawing Smiles and Curious Faces
Drawing Expressions Part III: How to draw Scared and Surprised Faces
Drawing Expressions Part IV: How to draw Angry, Sad, and Sleepy Faces
Basics of Sketching on Location
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Speed Sketching Process
Sketching on Location: Sketching People
Sketching on Location: Sketching People II

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