You’ll Love This Figure Drawing DVD If:
- You love drawing images of human figures & want new figure drawing tips
- You want to learn how to draw people straight from expert artist Dan Thompson
- You want a more in-depth look at basic figure drawing techniques
Learn how to draw people & figures with realistic results with great tips and techniques from Dan Thompson. Dan brings his experience as an expert draftsman to this exciting figure drawing DVD. Step-by-step Dan shows you how to draw human proportions, revealing his approach to capturing the likeness of your subject.
Covering topics such as how weight is distributed, how to create natural poses, these figure drawing techniques are great for beginner and more expert artists. Get more lifelike results after mastering these great techniques.
In the Figure Drawing II: The Gesture with Dan Thompson DVD DVD You’ll Learn:
- How to create exact proportions, weight distribution and orientations in your figure drawings
- Tips & techniques for achieving objectivity and measuring
- Dan Thompson's 10 directives of proportion including, shapes, linear extension, negative shapes, and more
What Other Artist’s Are Saying:
"If you are fortunate enough to have been a student of Dan's or have taken one of his workshops then you already know how much remarkable information Dan packs into his demos. Dan's ability to simplify complex forms and concepts, and express them both verbally and visually are a rare gift to figurative art students. Whether you have been lucky enough to attend a Dan Thompson demo or not, you can benefit from these videos, they're like a front row seat, in the comfort of your own studio, with the added bonus the live version of Dan doesn't offer, rewind!" — Roy
What Drawing Magazine's Managing Editor, Brian Riley, has to say:
More often than not, when we ask artists for the most useful exercise for improving their figure drawings, they tell us “gesture drawing.” Dan Thompson’s use of gesture drawing to help illustrate the importance of proportion, weight distribution, and negative space, among other things, helps illustrate just how useful a tool it can be.