Costume Design Graphics: A Workbook in Figure Drawing and Clothing Techniques
A "draw along" workbook that addresses the mechanical technique of figure drawing. The easy-to-grasp system of proportions assures an accurate human figure, and step-by-step exercises will help you make the figure seem to move on the page. Once you've got that down, you may move on to the techniques needed to clothe the figure, including a study in fabric hang, drape, and fold.
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TRYING IT FROM A NEW ANGLE
MAKING THE FIGURE MOVE
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