How to Draw Anime People and bodies
About This Course
Do you want to draw your own anime or manga, or just draw them better?
Then you need to be able to draw the anime/manga body. Most artists think that anime is easier to draw, but it’s not. It is based on the same anatomy as a realistic drawing. The difference is, anime and manga are stylized.
My course teaches you how to draw bodies in the anime style. It teaches you how to simplify. It teaches the proportions of anime and even a quick crash course on anatomy so your anatomy figures look amazing. But don’t take my word for it.
Scroll down and watch some of the free lectures. I offer a few full lessons for free to see if my teaching style works for you.
When you are finished with this course, you will know how to draw anime and manga bodies from imagination. You will be able to pose them and everything or you get your money back, guaranteed, upheld by Udemy’s high standards.
I also have bonus videos, like how to draw a anime girl in a bikini, or a buff male anime figure.
You are ready to draw anime like a pro, so simply scroll down and watch some of the free videos.
What are the requirements?
- Pencil, paper, eraser
- However, you can also draw digitally with a tablet and Manga Studio 5 or your favorite drawing program
What am I going to get from this course?
- In this course, you will learn to the proportions of anime bodies
- How to draw all ages, from toddlers on up
- How to draw in the unique anime/manga style
- How to draw both the male and female bodies and what makes them different
- How to make your anime bodies look 3D
- How to pose anime people
- How to draw all the muscles–crash course on anatomy
- How to draw a hot bikini anime girl.
- How to draw a reaper anime girl
- How to draw a buff anime guy
What is the target audience?
- Anyone that desires to draw anime or manga
Introduction–what this course covers
|Section 1: Anime Proportions|
8 heads anime body
7 head anime body
6 to 2 heads–Adult to children anime bodies
How to make the head the proper size
Anime body side view
Anime body 3/4 view
Anime body back side
What we learned in proportions
|Section 2: Advancing anime bodies|
Difference between male and female bodies
Creating 3D anime bodies
Drawing poses part 1
Drawing poses part 2
What we learned in section two: advancing anime bodies
|Section 3: Drawing muscles – Anatomy for anime|
Pecks, deltoid, and biceps
Upper arm muscles
Leg muscles part 1
Leg muscles part 2
What we learned is section 3: drawing muscles for anime
|Section 4: Drawing skin on our anime bodies|
Female front view
Female side view
Female back side
Different body styles in anime
What we learned in section 4: drawing skin on our anime bodies
|Section 5: Bonus videos|
How to draw an anime reaper girl
How to draw an anime bikini girl
How to draw an anime buff male
How to draw anime hands
I’m a best selling author on Amazon for “How to Draw Awesome Figures.”
I studied art at different schools, one of them being a community college in San Jose, Ca. Over the years, subjects in art finally clicked. I teach these subjects in ways that make it easy to grasp. It’s hard to brag about myself, but students have written me emails saying how they have learned more from me than they did in art schools, art schools such as Academy of Arts in San Franscico. That blew my mind because it’s supposed to be a great school.
I’m also a writer that has sold novels. http://masteredit.info
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All level
- Language English
- Students 1311
- Assessments Self