So I've been having a difficult time with dynamic poses. It's one of those things that I'm afraid to draw, everyday I try to draw some poses, but I always end up screwing them up. I've read some books, but they are not very helpful. I want to learn to draw those crazy action posses that are in most anime/manga series. I got really pumped to draw dynamic action poses after watching Ben-to, but I just can't. One of my problems is drawing body parts in perspective, it's just so annoying when I try for half an hour to draw a single arm and I can't. So if anyone can recommend any tutorials, videos, books etc.
I will appreciate it. I've read Figure Drawing: Design and Invention by Michael Hampton and some other, but they are for normal poses, not action poses. This is long.
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You can no longer comment on this thread as it was closed due to no activity for a month. Nothing helps you learn more efficiently than lots of practice drawing people and things that you see in real life. Use live people or photo references. The more you practice drawing realistic poses from reference or observation, the better you will be able to exaggerate them into more dynamic poses. Sometimes artists who are searching for advice regard the suggestions 'practice' and 'draw from life' as too simple, too boring, too vague, or somehow insulting or dismissive. However, for more experienced artists who are giving this advice, it may simply be the clearest and most obvious path to improvement.
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More specific guidance may not be be possible when what you need to improve is 'everything'. Crazy bump license keygen. If you are going to draw from life, you can start with hands or feet or faces or any other thing you wish to improve. Practice it for hours or days and then move to another thing.
Focus on perspective, focus on anatomy, focus on shading. Eventually you will learn to focus on multiple skills at the same time. You will always have room for improvement, so you will find yourself practicing and studying the same topics repeatedly over the years. The more we practice, study, research, and brainstorm about art, the more we progress toward being the best artist we can be. Some types of practice are more efficient than others.
There is a reason why many art courses include life drawing and still life drawing. Practicing by drawing what you see around you (life drawing and still life drawing) usually helps us improve more than drawing things out of our imagination or copying other drawings. When we draw what we see in real life for many many hours, we train our brains to correctly observe and accurately translate 3 dimensional objects and people into a 2 dimensional illustrations, and we build sort of a mental library of the way things look and the way we can draw them believably.
But when we draw a person out of our imagination, we guess (often incorrectly) about many of the details, anatomy, and proportions. So each time we practice from imagination or copying drawings, we may be reinforcing our own bad guesswork or possibly exaggerating minor mistakes into larger mistakes.
The more we practice drawing real people and things, the more accurate and useful information our brains will retain so that we can later draw people or things more believably from our imagination. That's not to say that copying, tracing or drawing from imagination has no training value. Pretty much all drawing or doodling or writing can contribute to your hand-eye coordination, line control and some other skills. However, life drawing practice is a more effective way to improve more skills in less time. If you have access to public life drawing sessions, they may be particularly helpful. The challenge of drawing in a classroom with a peer group may provide added incentive and focus.
Feedback from peers and teachers, can be useful in assessing our strengths and weaknesses, and the best course of study. You can also draw yourself in a mirror or draw your hands, feet and other body parts in various poses.
The feedback threads stickied at the top of various DA forum folders are a useful resource, if we are willing to objectively receive the feedback of more experienced artists. Some artists become defensive when instructed to change their study habits. As artists, it is important that we be receptive to methods of improvement.
An observation about our study habits is not a personal attack. A suggestion about the best way to proceed is not a judgement about our worth as a human being. Clinging to bad habits and fabricating justifications to defend our mistakes and weaknesses will only hold us back. TL;DR: Learn by drawing from real life, so you can more convincingly draw from life and/or from your imagination. Study anatomy and break eveything down into simple shapes.