Ink Drawing Female Front/Back Three-Quarter Pose
This lesson on how to draw and then ink a three-quarter female fashion pose will introduce you to yet another fashion illustration style. Based on the 10 ½-head proportion, this famous illustrator will demonstrate her technique and will provide you with inspiration on how to create your own drawing style.
|1||Mapping the Female Body Proportions||1-11|
|2||Defining the Front Pose in Pencil||1-34|
|3||Inking the Female Figure||1-22|
|4||Penciling in Female Back Pose||1-21|
|5||Mapping the Female Body Proportions||1-27|
MODULE 1 • Mapping the Female Body Proportions
|1||Today’s lesson is the female croquis three-quarter pose.|
|2||For this lesson we will be using a 10 1/2-head proportion, however, designers will often create their own stylized version.|
|3||I use a razor blade, a single-edge razor blade, to sharpen my pencil. I know that there are plenty of pencil sharpeners out there, but this gives me the best line that I need. I have been using this for many years. It just gives me an excellent line.|
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