How To Draw Fantasy Characters - Your Step-By-Step Guide To Drawing Fantasy Characters

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If you want to create your own fantasy world filled with your own character creations, try the “How to Draw Fantasy Characters” guide. This guide will help you learn how to create unique characters of all kinds, while also teaching you the basics of human anatomy. You’ll also get tips of how to get inspired and how to create characters of all shapes and sizes. More

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Review by: Rudi James on Oct. 15, 2012 :
I found this title to be excellent for complete beginners [like myself] who are just starting to experiment with the rudiments of character drawing. The easy step by step instructions to building a fully fledged fantasy character are extremely helpful.

The only drawback [pun intended] is that when one gets into the nuts and bolts, so to speak, the author tends to focus predominantly on the female form. This does not detract in any way to the methods used in building up a good character drawing.
In my opinion a leaning to a more 50/50 feminine/masculine approach would make things even more useful.
I happily give the book 4 stars.

Rudi James
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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