How to proportion the anime/manga/fashion style female body. -- Drawing tools, inspiration, tutorial

Glamorous Fashion Sketches and Illustrations: Best 50

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Regardless of the body proportions, drawing realistic ears have a rule of thumb to follow Learn this rule...(remembering that the bottom of the ear varies with each person)...Three rules of thumb that never change is that there are three main basic parts of the ear that are necessary: the outer edge, the inner edge, and the hole leading to the eardrum. If you can get them down on paper, the battle is half done

Regardless of the body proportions, drawing realistic ears have a rule of thumb to follow Learn this rule...(remembering that the bottom of the ear varies with each person)...Three rules of thumb that never change is that there are three main basic parts of the ear that are necessary: the outer edge, the inner edge, and the hole leading to the eardrum. If you can get them down on paper, the battle is half done

Anatomy basic shapes - most people know of these simple drawing rules... But when you are having fun drawing you somehow ignore them, or maybe thats just me? Anyways, i beleive using them more consistently would improve my drawings a lot!

Anatomy basic shapes - most people know of these simple drawing rules... But when you are having fun drawing you somehow ignore them, or maybe thats just me? Anyways, i beleive using them more consistently would improve my drawings a lot!

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School-learning how to make a ball jointed doll

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Template - practice drawing figures over to get out of bad habits.  Body Proportions by ~FreyaBigg on deviantART

Template - practice drawing figures over to get out of bad habits. Body Proportions by ~FreyaBigg on deviantART

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