linadih:

Now, for any artist there comes a time in his life when they decide it’s time to study anatomy. Or at least, it should. Assuming they draw people/animals/etc. I’m here to give you a list of people that helped me get trought it. And thanks to them, the journey trough anatomyland, tho it’s not over yet, has been so much fun…
Note: this post will be regularly updated. If you have any suggestions or tutorials of your own, drop them in my askbox ;)
-> I started with FOERVRAENGD and her list of ‘Understanding Anatomy’ tutorials. They are pretty detailed, and she sort of makes you draw while reading, which was very helpful and tones of fun:
UA - introduction
UA - drawing the base
UA - the torso
UA - the legs
UA - arms and hands
UA - gesture
You should also check out her tutorials and protips page, there’s a lot of useful information there.
-> Next it’s Coleasquid who did these lovely examples:
how to draw all sorts of crap (human body with tips here and there)
abdomination: let’s draw abs (tips on abs, obviously :D)
-> majnouna.com (formerly cedarseed.com) offers some great tutorials. For example:
guide to drawing the body
drawing hands
drawing feet
guide to aging
guide to flexibility
emotions and facial expressions (my personal favourite)
catalogue of human features
asian, caucasian, african and pacifid ethnotypes
-> Lackadaisy did some notes on expressions and construction. Even tho her tutorials involve cats I found them pretty useful.
-> More tips:
some gesture drawing basicsa bit more on handsstriking a pose
-> Some references:
hands,hands,hands - I just realized this may take a while, I have a huge amount of references, so I’ll make another masterpost with reference pictures, and link it here later :)

linadih:

Now, for any artist there comes a time in his life when they decide it’s time to study anatomy. Or at least, it should. Assuming they draw people/animals/etc. I’m here to give you a list of people that helped me get trought it. And thanks to them, the journey trough anatomyland, tho it’s not over yet, has been so much fun…

Note: this post will be regularly updated. If you have any suggestions or tutorials of your own, drop them in my askbox ;)

-> I started with FOERVRAENGD and her list of ‘Understanding Anatomy’ tutorials. They are pretty detailed, and she sort of makes you draw while reading, which was very helpful and tones of fun:

You should also check out her tutorials and protips page, there’s a lot of useful information there.

-> Next it’s Coleasquid who did these lovely examples:

-> majnouna.com (formerly cedarseed.com) offers some great tutorials. For example:

-> Lackadaisy did some notes on expressions and construction. Even tho her tutorials involve cats I found them pretty useful.

-> More tips:

some gesture drawing basics
a bit more on hands
striking a pose

-> Some references:

hands,hands,hands - I just realized this may take a while, I have a huge amount of references, so I’ll make another masterpost with reference pictures, and link it here later :)