Draw Using Reilly Rhythms
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Draw Using Reilly Rhythms

I’m Tim Gula and I’m here to introduce you all to the Reilly method and how it’s broken down and applied in your drawing. Stan: Tim Gula studied under Fred Fixler who studied under Frank Reilly. I met up with Tim to watch him do some quicksketch using the Reilly method. Enjoy. Tim: I begin my drawings by first, like,…

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Common Mistakes of Drawing Breasts
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Common Mistakes of Drawing Breasts

The Breasts mmhmmm… So, you clicked on the episode about breasts. How surprising… Skelly: Sowwy um late! Oh, uh, actually, this one’s about female chests… …We don’t need you. Hello my name is Stan Prokopenko, you’re watching Proko. We’re gonna start with don’ts and then move onto the do’s of drawing breasts. I know I’m a guy teaching this, but…

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Drawing a Stylized Portrait (NO SHADING)
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Drawing a Stylized Portrait (NO SHADING)

Stan: Hey guys, welcome to Proko. My name is Stan Prokopenko. We need a cover image for our podcast that we’re going to be releasing soon. I decided to film it. I’m going to do these in graphite on, I believe, this is, like, Strathmore…it’s just Bristol paper. It’s got a little bit of texture on it, but not too…

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How to Draw BUTTS!!!
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How to Draw BUTTS!!!

*Theme played with farts* Hey, I’m Stan Prokopenko, and It’s time to draw butts. I’m sorry for all the fart jokes. I can’t help myself. This lesson will explain the three major butt muscles, and how they’re covered in fat and skin. The first step in drawing magnificent butt muscles is to understand where they attach. Let’s take a look.…

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The Thumbnail Sketch – Caricature Drawing
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The Thumbnail Sketch – Caricature Drawing

Hello. Welcome to part two of Caricature Drawing Fundamentals. In this lesson, we’re going to start putting the principles of exaggeration into use and learn some different ways you can find out the caricature techniques that work best for you. First, it’s important to know that there are probably a million different ways you can caricature a person and still…

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