Figure Drawing Proportions in comics – Clayton Barton
Figure Drawing Foundations | Proportions
Hey it’s Clayton, welcome to How to Draw Comics .NET.
Sizing up your characters so that they look right is one of the core challenges we all struggle with – and it all comes down to the underlying structure that holds up the human figure. That means we’ve got to start out with a powerful foundation to build our characters upon.
So in this lesson you’re going to learn how to draw your comic book characters in proportion.
I’m going to teach you exactly what Proportions are and how you can use them as a tool to size your characters up and construct them correctly.
You’ll find a link to the free E-Book below, as well as the Proportions template for the Heroic Figure, and a link to the extended hour-length edition of this lesson.
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I hope you enjoy it.
Click the link below to get the Free E-Book, Heroic Proportions Template and full-length edition of “Figure Drawing Fundamentals | Proportions”: