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Digital Tutors - Capturing the Human Form Through Figure Drawing with Kurt Jones Training

Digital Tutors - Capturing the Human Form Through Figure Drawing with Kurt Jones
English | Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, stereo
FLV | Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 15.00 fps(r) | 1.11 GB
Genre: Video Training




In this tutorial, we'll learn how you can start, or add new techniques, to create detailed human-figure drawings.
We'll begin this process by introducing a photo of the model we'll be drawing from and learn how we can establish the overall pose with basic lines of action. Following this we'll explore capturing the model's form through different gesture drawing exercises.

12 Lessons

1. Introduction and project overview
01:05
2. Discovering lines of action
09:03
3. Capturing the form through gesture drawing
06:09
4. Visualizing the figure three dimensionally with wrap around line gestures
06:35
5. Visualizing weight and mass through gesture drawing
07:56
6. Breaking down the figure into shapes
13:43
7. Sketching contour lines over our posed shapes
11:10
8. Mapping the shadows
08:40
9. Building up the figure with core shadow shading
10:50
10. Blocking in mid-tone values and highlights on our figure
11:58
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11. Blending values and refining the form
11:07
12. Continuing to blend values and refine the form
12:57

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