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Drawing for Animation - Reference Guide

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Jerome Okutho's curator insight, March 13, 2014 10:51 PM

This reference guide is for anyone who wants a quick and easy way to learn about the anatomy of the feet. It also includes some sketches of various shoes you can use for cartoon character drawings.

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Ink Swatch Book

Creating an ink swatch book from coin storage pages. ***SUPPLIES ARE LISTED BELOW.*** For more info and FREE downloads: http://www.jennifermcguireink.com/?p=...
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Exhibit Showcases Self Portraits Of Girls' High Students - CBS Local

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Exhibit Showcases Self Portraits Of Girls' High Students
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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A local non-profit will celebrate Women's History Month with a new exhibit that opens tonight, showcasing the self portraits of young women from Girls' High.
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Realistic Drawing Tips and Techniques - How To Draw Realistic Portraits

For some great portrait drawing tutorials, sign up for free here: http://MyDrawingTutorials.com/YouTube Connect With Us: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/M...
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Tip: Turning Scanned Pencil Sketches into Digital Paintings

http://cgcookie.com/concept/2012/03/16/tip-turning-scanned-pencil-sketches-into-digital-paintings/ Tim Von Rueden takes us through his process of scanning a ...
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Hyperrealistic speed drawing of a ruby

http://www.marcellobarenghi.com MUSIC: "A small for all" by CinqueQuarti please feel free to visit http://audiojungle.net/user/Cinquequarti Support my FACEBO...
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Drawing Anime Fairies

Hey there! gotta catch up on some Livestream. I'll be working on freelance all day, we'll see where i am at 1pm, the show will run for about 2 hours! See you...
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3D Trick Art, Drawing a Shark, Time Lapse

Check out this incredible 3D Shark illusion from Vamos Art. Trick art on paper. Magic realism. How to draw 3D shark. Anamorphic Illusion. How to draw a reali...
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TUTO | How to draw Heads and Hair

TUTO | How to draw Heads and Hair | Art | Scoop.it

Begin by drawing a large circle. Divide this circle horizontally into thirds, and cut it in half with a vertical line. Do not worry if your horizontal lines don't split the face into even pieces; the proportions will be different depending on the style of face you want to draw, anyway, so its all right if they aren't exact.
Next, draw a little mark (a short line, not a dot) directly beneath the circle. In this particular picture, the distance from the circle to the mark is the same as the length of the lower third portion of the circle. This mark will represent the chin, so make sure it's a short line rather than a dot or the chin will be too pointy. Raising or lowering the chin mark is one way to adjust the shape and appearance of the face. Next, draw two diagonal guidelines. They should be tangent to the sides of the circle, and intersect the edges of the chin mark


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Hranush Manukyan's curator insight, October 9, 2013 2:41 AM

Learn the steps to draw heads and hair. Wth the simple drawing tips you will be able to draw different types of haircuts!

Tyler M. Johnson's curator insight, February 4, 2014 10:57 AM

long hair ref

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COPIC Marker Tutorial: Basics and Shades

I wanna give a special thanks to my sister 4Wendy16 for helping me film this. I'd been thinking about recording a COPIC tutorial for some time but was unable...
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