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Drawing Masterpost


How-to Actually Draw Hands

Drawing Heads at Different Angles

How-to Draw Hair and Fur

Stop Drawing the Same Face

Hands are Hard to Draw

How to Draw Eyes

Perspective Angels by the Truck Load

Drawing Sitting Posses 

Tutorial on How=to Draw Braids 

Do She Got The Booty? She Do Now That You Can Draw it

Expressions in Drawings 

Body Types

Heads, How-to Draw

Draw Arms

Feet Drawing Guide

How-to Draw Shoes

Draw Some Ears So They Can Hear!

 How-to Draw Jeans

How-to Draw Profiles  


When it comes to creating characters, sometimes it’s easy to let them slip into the same old stock standard set of body types. Basically clones with a few props, hairdos and make up to spice things up a bit. After a while, having the same actor play dress up for every character gets kinda boring…

It’s tough to break the habit too, especially when you’re taught a single set way to draw. Not to say having a solid construction method is ever a bad thing, as long as it doesn’t confine your creativity.

Check out these nifty tips and pointers by jeinu to give each of your comic book characters their own a unique flavour of memorable originality.

(To download these at full res simply hit the options menu and click download, otherwise head on over to jeinu’s DeviantArt Tutorial Gallery at http://jeinu.deviantart.com/gallery/25335623/Tutorials )



Tim Burton Style




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“That helps them when they need to fight or when they need to stand up for themselves, because they don’t feel as if they’re already on the back foot.”