You'll Love This Furry Drawing Book If:
- You love to draw a variety of anthropomorphized animals
- You want to overcome pose, costume, expression & anatomy drawing challenges
- You love drawing furries & want to improve your illustrating skills
Master how to draw fantastic furries with the latest furry drawing book from furry drawing experts Jared Hodges and Lindsay Cibos. With more than 30 step-by-step demonstrations Jared and Lindsay will show you how to master anatomy, facial expressions, poses, costumes & coloring in your furry compositions. See completed furry characters for inspiration along with techniques for creating feathers, fur and scales.
Add personality & emotion to your furry characters and create full worlds of fun creatures! Draw More Furries is great for beginning illustrators as well as experienced furry artists.
In Draw More Furries You'll Learn:
- How to give your animal character human features
- Tips & tricks for creating furry, feathered & scaled furries
- How to define your own furry drawing style
About the Author: Lindsay Cibos and Jared Hodges
Lindsay Cibos and Jared Hodges are the authors of IMPACT's Draw Furries. They are also the creators of the graphic novel series Peach Fuzz (Tokyopop), which has been published internationally and syndicated in newspapers. The duo received the Grand Prize in Tokyopop's Rising Stars of Manga competition in 2003. They are authors of several Adobe Photoshop and Corel Painter tutorials as well.
Check out this excerpt from the companion furry drawing book, Draw Furries:
“Style is your individual approach to art, including the 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 unique style.”