You’ll Love This Furry Drawing Book If:
- You love cartoons & want to create your own furry characters
- You want to learn new tips for drawing fantastic furries at your own pace
- You love to draw furries and want to learn more
Learn how to draw furries with the clear and cool instruction from two of the world’s experts, Lindsay Cibos and Jared Hodges. These popular anthropomorphic characters are fun to draw and can make for exciting art pieces, cartoons, manga and comics.
This comprehensive furry drawing book includes 38 handy demonstrations that will show you, step-by-step, how to draw fur patterns, coloring, textures and expressions typical of furries. Following these tips for drawing furries will give your work a more professional appearance.
In Draw Furries You’ll Learn:
- How to draw furry features, faces and full figures
- Tips & techniques for drawing a furry, anthropomorphic cat, dot, horse, rodent or bird
- How to select your artistic style and blend human and animal features
Check Out This Excerpt From Draw Furries:
Style is your individual approach to art, including to drawing and coloring techniques you use, and the elements you choose to express or emphasize in your work.
If you’re just starting out, you may not have your own defined style yet. That’s Okay! Your style will develop naturally. As you practice drawing anthro characters, you’ll discover the features you want to emphasize. It can be helpful to look at other artists’ works for style ideas, but don’t let that be your only source of inspiration. Work from real-life observation or photo references to learn the characteristics of your subject matter, this is essential to developing a unique style.
Let’s take a look at some common stylistic approaches to drawing anthro characters. These examples use an impala as the base subject matter, but the results differ based on the approach.
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