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This tutorial I found works wonders. I used a lot more actual, real life anatomy references though because a lot of the ones provided on this to help you are drawings from artists and i feel the real deal always works better for me. http://sirwendigo.deviantart.com/journal/Anatomy-Lessons-How-to-improve-faster-in-6-steps-352477228


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Cutting a stencil occasionally leaves un-attached "islands" that require "tabs" to hold the part in place. For example: To make a stencil of "O" requires some means to keep the counter (centre) of the letter in place to mask the whole shape against filling in solid. Here's the full list: 1. Transfer the pattern to thick paper 2. Grab a knife and cut out the ...


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Print it onto some thick paper Grab a knife and cut out the black areas Or am I missing something?


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To add to what's above: check your drawings in a mirror. You can catch a surprising amount of simple mistakes this way. Focus on gesture, basic shape relationships and proportions and balance before looking at details. Practice actually measuring relationships between parts. In life drawing you can use your mahl stick, a pencil -- at home use a ruler or ...



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