How to Draw: Drawing Human Anatomy
- How to Draw the human skeleton
- Understanding Head Proportions
- Muscles & Anatomy
- Body Proportions & Scale
- Gesture Drawing
- How to Draw Eyes
- Drawing Noses & Ears
- How to draw legs and arms
- Drawing Hands
- How to draw feet
- Drawing Tips & Techniques
- Human Locomotion and movement.
- Original Animation and Video breaking down the body in motion as only an expert animator can offer.
- PLUS you'll also get bonus material including:
- Original animated videos
- High-Res Copies of the images that Aaron creates in the videos. (Plus, more detailed renderings)
- Layered Photoshop files of his animation so you can break down each pose
Aaron has an engaging, entertaining and approachable teaching style that people really love. We believe this one of the most in-depth and easy to understand courses you will find anywhere on how to draw the human form. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned artist these fun and engaging videos will teach you something new!
Drawing Human Anatomy Course Details:
Aaron Blaise’s video course on drawing human anatomy is robust and comprehensive. He brings the fundamentals of figure drawing to life. Watch as Aaron explores and breaks down his approach and process to drawing the human figure. He delves deep into each area of the human anatomy including:
- Drawing Arms & Legs
- How to draw Hands & Feet
- Eyes, Noses and Ears
- Skeleton & Muscles
- Male & Female form
- Body proportions
- Human Movement
- & Much More
For your convenience we have included a brief figure drawing video below. This excerpt is from the section on “Drawing Noses” – Enjoy.
NOTE: This course is broken up into individual files that you may may stream online or download. Due to file size we strongly recommend you stream the files. Some videos are larger than others so if downloading please be patient as the total course is nearly 10 Gigs of data.
Subtitles & Closed Captions Currently Available for this Course:
- English CC
About Aaron Blaise:
Aaron has nearly 30 years of professional art experience. He was hired by Walt Disney Feature Animation in 1989 and spent 21+ years helping create films such as: "The Lion King", "Pocahontas", "Mulan" and more. During his time at Disney, Aaron designed and animated numerous animal and human characters. In 2003 he was nominated for an Academy Award for co-directing the film "Brother Bear" You can follow Aaron and see more of his art on Instagram. You can also see videos of his work on YouTube or follow him on Facebook.
Copyright Notice – The images, photos, videos, files and content of these course materials are licensed for PERSONAL USE ONLY. Please do not distribute, post or attempt to resell them.