Draw Furries: How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animals SALE
Title : Draw Furries: How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animals
ASIN : 1600614175
Description : Winner of the 2009 Ursa Major Award, the Annual Anthropomorphic Literature and Arts Awards.
How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animals
What do you get when you cross a human with a horse (or a hamster, or a hummingbird)? You get any one of a number of fun anthropomorphic animals, also known as “furries” to their friends. From facial expressions to creative coloring, this book contains all the know-how you need to create anthropomorphic cat, dog, horse, rodent and bird characters.
Step by step, you’ll learn how to:
- Draw species-appropriate tails, eyes, wings and other fun details
- Give your characters clothes, poses and personalities
- Create the perfect backgrounds for your furry antics – with two start-to-finish demonstrations showing how
Packed with tons of inspiration – from teeny-bopper bunnies and yorky glamour queens to Ninja squirrels and lion kings – Draw Furries will help you create a world of crazy, cool characters just waiting to burst out of your imagination.
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Rating : 4.2
Rating : 34
Review : I found it useful.
For all the stigma that “furries” get, it’s amazing just how detailed some of the artwork is at times. Much of it is incredible because of the artist’s knowledge of both human and animal anatomy.
I picked up a copy of this book because I do dabble in anthropomorphic drawings from time to time. I usually have a hard time with animal facial details, longer snouts like many dogs especially, but this book gives a good visual breakdown of how it should look. The same holds true for the other types of animals covered in the book.
At the start of the book there is a (very) quick breakdown of human anatomy and each chapter goes over the defining features of the animal type. It’s not a perfect resource, but it does help greatly if you’re trying to wrap your mind around getting your drawing to look like what you want.
My only complaint really is that it doesn’t go into greater detail with the anatomy, but if it had, the book could easily be twice as thick. It…
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