Each artist is trying to draw the figure at some point in your life, be it in a class at school or in their free time. They sketch your friends, family, and sometimes they can sketch weird or hiring models to draw. When the first attempt to draw a picture of the task may seem daunting, especially when trying to get the right proportions and learn to deal with things as a shortcut. Trying to show the realistic figure can be a challenge, but as a way to forgive that coal can allow you to test the water and gain valuable drawing skills. Start drawing the skeleton often measured. You can fully extend your arms and use your pencil to compare head sizes from person to his chest, and so on. This will help you get the right proportions and keep their numbers have disproportionately long limbs or organs. They may also be useful in creating face to check the distance between the eyes, nose and mouth.
Use quick gesture drawings to loosen. You should start each drawing session with some quick sketches to quickly capture the figure and allow you to relax and have an idea of the image you are trying to draw. Over time these sketches will help you improve your ability to quickly capture the most important elements of FIG.
Do not try to design your "perfect" when you start. Allow your design to change as you work on it, and work with what is happening in your drawing. If something unexpected happens in your design, do not try immediately to put it out, see if you can improve it. Do not start if your design is not exactly what you want, see if you can do something better than what we had initially imagined.
Use your chamois leather or rubber often. The design is not only putting marks on paper, it is a give and take process. Not only the work of light in the dark, you must constantly be removing and adding to its design. If you add values repeatedly and remove before adding more you can get a range of values much larger than you can just by adding values without erasing. You can also get the most interesting backgrounds and shadows with this process. Try to avoid shading your drawing by blurring his charcoal with his finger, as this will cause your hands even dirtier, and will not be as good as the mixture with a rubber or strain.
Experiment with different types of charcoal, and try adding other media. There are several types of charcoal to choose from, and some come in different hardness levels. Try using both wine and compressed carbon, and try different degrees. tablet and soft coal compresses disk will give you different effects, and the use of charcoal from the vine will give you a completely different result. You can add other ways to add interest to more advanced concepts, media such as pen and ink, pencil, colored pencil and pastel color can increase the complexity of the design.