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Draw Comic Figures - Draw Action Poses with These 200+ Sketches and Examples - cover

Draw Comic Figures - Draw Action Poses with These 200+ Sketches and Examples

Peter Vasher

Publisher: Self Publisher

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Summary

Get this great deal with 200+ images in one book!

This action figure drawing book helps you find the skeleton below the skin, the basic figure behind the details, the must-know before getting into the complicated stuff. I will show you how to copy basic elements from perfectly awesome action figure drawings and use them for your own, personalized characters and scenes. You will discover, among others: 

The female body
Comic character anatomy
Fighters and crazy poses
How to draw attractive women
Drawing strong guys from action figure examples
Poses with weapons like guns and swords
Romantic poses
Monsters and muscled men
Basic sketch techniques that will help you create action-packed figures

And much more!

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