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Drawing with rhythm
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Eddie Russell

Pluralsight

Eddie Russell
In this collection of lessons, we will learn about the process of drawing realistic animal anatomy. We’ll get started by taking a look at similarities between human anatomy and animal anatomy. From there we’ll learn the critical areas to look for in any animal and learn how to simplify and draw them in a two dimensional profile view. Next, we begin taking steps towards drawing our own three dimensional animals by learning how we can incorporate gesture drawing as well as action and rhythm. Finally, we’ll begin applying these simple principles by planning out and drawing an animal of our own. After completing this course, you will have all the tools you need to be able to look at an animal and then begin realistically rendering it.
Introduction and project overview
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Introduction and project overview

 
01:01
Understanding basic animal forms
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Understanding basic animal forms

 
09:32
Simplifying an animals core shapes
3

Simplifying an animals core shapes

 
10:06
The benefits of gesture drawing
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The benefits of gesture drawing

 
10:43
Capturing the action of a pose
5

Capturing the action of a pose

 
09:48
Drawing with rhythm
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Drawing with rhythm

 
07:10
Constructing three dimensional animal forms
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Constructing three dimensional animal forms

 
11:36
Practical application: gesture
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Practical application: gesture

 
09:19
Practical application: action and rhythm
9

Practical application: action and rhythm

 
11:10
Practical application: construction
10

Practical application: construction

 
13:45
Practical application: detail and rendering
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Practical application: detail and rendering

 
10:17