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Video Download: Drawing & Painting People with John Raynes: Anatomy of the Body, Part 2

By John Raynes

Format: Download

SKU# W0914

You'll Love This Portrait Drawing & Painting Video Download If:

  • You want to discover top human figure drawing tips from an expert artist
  • You love painting portraits and want to try painting a full human figure
  • You want to learn new tips for drawing realistic human bodies
Learn how to draw people that are realistic & accurately proportioned in this second of the three part figure drawing video download from John Raynes. Follow along as John clearly explains the principles behind drawing and painting the human anatomy. He covers how to establish the center of gravity, distribution of weight and how to depict areas where the skeleton on flesh meet. Create accurate poses and realistic bodies first by using a dry media and then by painting an entire figure in oil paint from start to finish.

Pick up new figure drawing tips & techniques and soon you'll be an expert in how to paint figures.

In Drawing & Painting People with John Raynes: Anatomy of the Body, Part 2 You'll Learn:

  • Tips & techniques for drawing a full human figure in a variety of positions
  • How to sketch the human anatomy to achieve accurate proportions and realistic balance
  • How to paint a reclining figure in oil paints

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Note: This workshop features a nude model. You must be 18 years of age or older to purchase this workshop.

Check out part one of this workshop here

SKU W0914
Author/Speaker/Editor John Raynes
File Type MP4
Format Download

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very informative Review by tara again-excellent
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have never been able to study the human figure in a classroom setting, very educational

(Posted on 9/7/2012)

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