GLITTERWORD

  • 08:27:10 pm on January 11, 2011 | 4
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    Step 1:

    Take a peice of paper and draw a circle, more like an oval. This will represent your 1 head.

    Step 2:

    Add the neck by making a slight curvve out around 1/4 the length of your original oval head.

    Step 3:

    From the Neck draw out for the shoulders. From shoulder edge to shoulder edge is aproximately 1 head length. From the points of the shoulders draw a line (aproximately 2 head lengths) to a point, in the shape of a triangle.

    Step 4:

    The natural waist is at half of the side length on the triangle. From this point draw out for the hips the hip line will end at the line of the triangle.

    Step 5:

    Add a line down the center.To create thighs, extend a curved line from the hip to head counter 6.

    Step 6:

    The 9 headed figure, it makes the legs longer to have an illusionary effect of elegance. An average human being is not usually 9 heads tall. Or in some advertising they show some drawings of woman that look like they are 20 heads tall. Would that be super elegance or just a giant person?

    At head six the knees are just below it and the same as the thighs make a curved line to head 8. Just below head 8 will be the ankles and at head nine will be the end of the feet.

    Step 7:

    Arms:

    At the shoulder line make a circle. The circles are for joints of the arm, the shoulder, the elbow, and the wrist. Shoulder circle will be the largest circle, the elbow circle will be the medium circle and the wrist is the small circle. From the shoulder circles make a long but narrow triangle, aproximately 1 1/2 heads long. Then make a medium circle for the elbow and again make a long narrow triangle aproximately 1 to 1 1/4 head length for forearm. Add a small circle for the wrists.

    Step 8: Trace your figure on a fresh peice of paper.

    Step 9: Trace over the fresh figure on a separate peice of paper adding details like clothing and ecc.

    Now that you have the figure of the person down all you have to worry about is what to put on it. Takes out half the battle.

    Enjoy

    Glitter Lady

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Comments

  • chicstripes 3:47 pm on January 19, 2011 | # | Reply

    LOVE! I wish I could draw, even sketch a little. Check out this blog if you’re interested in fashion drawings. She commented on my blog and I’ve been following hers ever since:

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    http://www.chicstripes.wordpress.com

    • glitterlady 4:34 pm on January 19, 2011 | # | Reply

      Thank you for the heads up, I love looking into fresh voices for fashion+ art.

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