Mark Crilley: Drawing Men’s And Women’s Shoes (Manga)
In this drawing tutorial manga artist Mark Crilley shoes you how to draw both men’s and women’s shoes for your manga characters.
Like anything object in life, you can draw it from any angle you want as well as interpret it in anyway you want, that’s the beauty of art. What Mark Crilley is showing us in this art video is how to draw shoes on a male and female manga character facing towards us. With this full frontal view you will only get the fronts of the shoes but it is still a fantastic drawing tutorial to learn from.
Drawing shoes is just the †same as drawing any other object, you must get your proportions correct from the start in order to deter time wastage later down the line. From the art tutorial you can see how Crilley uses a light pencil outlines to ascertain the correct dimensions and proportions of each of the types of footwear. He pays special attention to the differences which make up both male and female feet and works at achieving these characteristics within his sketch. For example, females have much smaller feet than men so all the features like the width, length, ankles and toes will all be smaller than that of a man.
With these thoughts in mind Mark Crilley draws the shoes accordingly with his trusted Prismacolor pencil and only applies light shading to the shoes in this art lesson. This video tries to capture the proportions more than the shading and tones and with his full narrative in the background his step by step process on how to draw the feet is very easy and fun to follow.
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