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Drawing People – Creating Unique and Dynamic Character Poses in Procreate by Sarah Holliday

Release date:2024

Duration:01 h 16 m

Author:Sarah Holliday

Skill level:Beginner


Exercise files:Yes

In this course, you’ll embark on a journey to master the art of designing and posing diverse, stylized human characters, each with unique body shapes. From grasping gesture drawing and understanding realistic human proportions to creating expressive poses through references, you’ll acquire the skills to bring your characters to life. The class culminates in illustrating dynamic poses for your favorite character designs.

Whether you’re a beginner or seeking to refine your character illustration abilities, this class offers valuable insights. Communication through body language is pivotal, and this course empowers you to effectively convey expressions in your art. Gain confidence in drawing expressive individuals of varying shapes, sizes, genders, and ages, and learn to consistently pose them to convey personality.

The demonstrations will employ pencil and paper as well as the iPad Pro and Procreate. However, you’re encouraged to use your preferred drawing materials or software. While the class explains the Procreate process, the primary focus is on teaching the universal skill of drawing people, transcending specific technical aspects of the software.

Join this class to enhance your ability to draw and pose characters with confidence, establishing distinct personalities in your character illustrations. Whether you are starting from scratch or refining your skills, this course has something to offer at all levels. I eagerly await your participation in class!

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