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Old 01-21-2009, 09:04 AM   #1
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Default Drawing Figures Body/Neck (Warning: nudity)

First tutorial Thread I made and this a copies from my book. it's very helpful so i don't mind to share it with you! Have fun.

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MORE TUTORIALS!

it's helpful too If you want your tutorials in here PM ME. I will update it for you! Thanks.


*Constructive-Anatomy. (219pages) Click Here

*Makkon's Mini pencil shading. Click Here

Fshoo's Character Drawing. Click Here

IAC's Women's & Markers. Click Here

*Hanzozuken's school of style. Click Here
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Old 01-21-2009, 03:48 PM   #2
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Hmm, I dont know. Isn't it illegal to scan and post copyrighted material from a book like that?
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Old 01-21-2009, 05:18 PM   #3
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hmm, internet library.
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Lol, you included that old tutorial of mine ;D

Bridgman's book are apparently free to download on the web now, just as Succesful Drawing by Loomis. Saw them posted on CA too.
Good idea, should we all post tutorials/artbooks (free ones ofcourse) now? That'd make a nice collection.
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Lol, you included that old tutorial of mine ;D

Bridgman's book are apparently free to download on the web now, just as Succesful Drawing by Loomis. Saw them posted on CA too.
Good idea, should we all post tutorials/artbooks (free ones ofcourse) now? That'd make a nice collection.
Yeah but sorry for not ask your permission. my apologize! i am trying to collect all in one thread it is easier for everybody.
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It's not a tutorial thread if you just link to other people's work.
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