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Art by Jess*   • Blog/Website | (https://twitter.com/my2k)  ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES™ (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 100.000 artists! || ★

Art by Jess* • Blog/Website | (https://twitter.com/my2k) ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES™ (https://www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & https://www.pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the #CDChallenge (link→ https://www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme, promote your art in a community of over 100.000 artists! || ★

“WATCH YOUR BACK!” | drawing tips by Normand Lemay* • Blog/Website | (http://www.grizandnorm.tumblr.com) ★ || CHARACTER DESIGN REFERENCES (www.facebook.com/CharacterDesignReferences & pinterest.com/characterdesigh) • Love Character Design? Join the Character Design Challenge (link→ www.facebook.com/groups/CharacterDesignChallenge) Share your unique vision of a theme every month, promote your art and make new friends in a community of over 19.000 artists! || ★

grizandnorm: “Tuesday Tips - WATCH YOUR BACK! A reminder to not forget the large muscle groups in the back. They add structure and clearly influence the silhouette in different positions. Of course, I used a very muscular character to show more.

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Tuesday Tips - VISUAL ANCHORS Here’s a way to identify and use whatever is at your disposal when drawing a clothed figure. Think of the volumes and angles you’re drawing and use whatever defines them to “hide” the construction lines you might be.