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>>6387307
Figure Drawing from Michael Hampton

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>>6390504
Good luck and remember, there is no easy way.

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Learn to draw isn't hard

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>>6193951
Brent Eviston (Udemy, but you can pirate it) and then perspective and A LOT of hours practice

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>>6186993
just use basic forms to deconstruct

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I always hear that...
To know how to draw you need to know how to make the basic shapes.
And you have to know the basic shapes in perspective.

So...

What is the best material to learn how to draw basic shapes correctly?

And draw them in perspective correctly?

Why do most books make it difficult or sometimes don't even teach this correctly?

Please enlighten me...

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>>4890489
Master Perspective/Form/Construction First(200h-300h)
You are welcome

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>>4879743
Master Perspective
Done

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>>4875943

Some d/ic/k made this like a week ago or something. It still applies here.
Perspective and basic geometric shapes are the first half of your problem. You'll need ANY beginner's book on perspective to learn this one. Do this first to understand 3D space. You only need 1pt, 2 pt and 3pt perspective on lock to do this. You dont need the gridding system in Scott Robertson's book or Framed Perspective 2- thats advanced shit.

Next, youll need to combine those geometric shapes to create simplified forms for the facial features. Peter Han goes over this quite a bit with his dynamic sketching course but he applies it to animals and vehicles. You can do it with anatomy, too.

You need Marco Bucci's painting the face course and you'll need to combine it with study from the Anatomy for Sculptors book.

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this

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>>4828774
>Perspective
>Drawabox
oh no no
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1uokTriUuw

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Here you go, you big baby



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