Free Art Videos from TheDailyDrawing


#1

Some of the videos from: thedailydrawing.com

Note: The links sometime take several seconds to load. :frowning:

  Anatomy Lessons (Random Tips, Construction Demostrations)
  [Video: Leg Drawing Tips](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=iilegs&)
  [Video: Head construction](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=inhead&)
  [Video: Hand Drawing Tips](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=inhand&)
  [Video: Figure construction](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=fig001)[from basic shapes](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=fig001)
  
  Digital scuplture demos (Zbrush):
  [Video: Zbrush Ant Fellar pt 1](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=antfe1)
  [Video: Zbrush Ant Fellar pt 2](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=antfe2)
  [Video: Mutating Bill 1 resculpture](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=mbill1)
  [Video: Mutating Bill 2 resculpture](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=mbill2)
  
  Digital Painting:
  [Video: Turkey](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=turkey)
  [Video: Dachshund Terminator](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=dtermi)
  
  [Video: Dragon Approved: pt 1 Drawing/Inking](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=draap1)
  [Video: Dragon Approved: pt 2 Photoshop Painting](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=draap2)
  
  Traditional Paint:
  [Video: Acid Mantis](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=amanti)
  [Video: Yoda](http://www.thedailydrawing.com/index.html?t=dayoda)
  
  Thanks for taking a gander!

#2

Hi Deroga,

Thanks very much for these! :slight_smile: Want to tell us something about your art background, maybe how you came across the Anat Forum? That might be cool. :slight_smile:

I’ve posted a link to your thread here:

Notification of New Open Figure Drawing Workshops / + TUTORIALS - SUBSCRIBE HERE!

Thanks again!

Cheers,

-Rebeccak


#3

thanks…great stuff…:slight_smile:


#4

Thank you for posting the links elsewhere!
My background in figure drawing is basically studing from alot of good anatomy/figure drawing books. I highly recommend seeking out the Andrew Loomis figure drawing books (out of print, but online) and stephen peck’s Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist.


#5

Awesome post Rebecca. nice videos. Thanks


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