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Stylized Anatomy Tutorial by ZumiDotEXE Stylized Anatomy Tutorial by ZumiDotEXE
Well, that took a while to put up XD But yes, here's my anatomy tutorial (*off-key fanfare*). It's leaning more towards a How-To in anime style than anything realistic but then...that's what I draw. I just hope it can help people anyway XD;;

If there's something missing or you have other questions about it, just comment away and I'll answer what I can xD; ^^



By the way, I'm well aware that there's a profile there in the Heads section, without any accompanying text. I actually forgot to remove it, because I couldn't think of anything to put there. Rest assured though, profiles will be covered in my next tutorial, clothing and hair XD (Because it actually has a lot to do with hair positioning *snickers*)

More detail on How-To in expressions will also be in it (I know I kinda skipped it here XD; ) as will a mini-tutorial on females.
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Mewberries Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2008
Ooo, must favorite this for future reference! :sprint: I really like your tips on how to do hands and feet. Those are definitely the parts I have the most trouble with, in addition to general posing dynamics. Thanks for the tutorial! :thanks:
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kamekai Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2008
Argh, I hate feet... ;P

But nice tut, CB! :D
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ElectricEidolon Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
I told you this would come out very nice. :nod: You did a very good job explaining as you moved step-by-step, which is a vital part to making a tutorial. Hope to see another from you soon. :]

Oh, one thing though. You may want to add that this is a stylized anatomy tutorial as it is based off of your style and not the actual anatomy of realism.
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ZumiDotEXE Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's actually a really good idea. Thank you XD

Also, I'm glad to know the tutorial is thorough enough *snickers* ^^
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ElectricEidolon Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008  Hobbyist General Artist
Glad to be of assistance. :]

You did a great job! It's thorough indeed. :nod:
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ChaosEmerald412 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
This is great XD I never really get normal anatomy tutorials (they're just too complex and skippy), so yours is great XD Maybe it'll help me draw better at least some XD Now I just gotta get my printer working, working with 3 inches of room at my computer would be hard.
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SamBlob Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008
Well, it's not quite a `Cedarseed tutorial, but it's good!

Cedarseed tutorials related to anatomy:
Express guide to figure drawing: [link]
Big guide to drawing the body: [link]
Artist's Guide to Human Types Part 1: [link]
Artist's Guide to Human Types Part 2: [link]
Artist's Guide to Human Types Part 3: [link]
Artist's Guide to Human Types - Addendum: [link]
Emotions and facial expression: [link]
Guide to movement 1 - flexibility: [link]

The only one of the above I've ever used is the first, but based on that and her animal and bird tutorials, I am sure that the others are very good too.


I've found ~peganthyrus's hand tutorial helpful too: [link]
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Blood-Of-Anubis Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2008
i have a how to draw book for anime but its so confusing so its under my table leg at the moment helping to stop a wobble.... this is much easyer to understand and very usefull^^
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SylentNyte Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2008
Ohh very nice!^^ I need that hand tut! Thanks.
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QuinSeparable Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2008  Student Writer
Very nice!
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