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Drawing 103 - Drawing Techniques 3.
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What is the distance between any two eyes?
Half the length of one eye
The length of the nose
The length of one eye
The length of two eyes
When using gesture drawing to make studies of people, you should spend no more than ___ minutes per drawing.
To make drawing the arms in different positions easier, you should think of the arm as ____ distinct shapes.
When drawing a "relaxed" eye, the very top part of the iris should be hidden. True or false?
The top of the pelvic bones are located towards the back. True or false?
According to the tutorial, what is the first thing you need to know about the human figure?
The human figure is built to move
The human figure is a real challenge to draw
The human figure is very simple
The human figure is immensely complex and intricate
What is the basic core of the human figure?
Whenever you are studying a human figure, you have to _____________.
remember that nothing is static
tell your subject to smile
draw with a 2B pencil
always keep an eraser handy
One very simple way of thinking about the pelvis is to think of it as _________ shape.
What is the "line of action"?
The line that defines the outline of your subject
The line that defines the whole pose
It is necessary to have a model to follow along the exercise in this course. True or false?
When the arm is at rest on the side of the body, the elbow should be at the same height as the waist. True or false?
What are the general proportions of the face?
The face is 2/3 of the size of the head in total
The face is 1/3 of the size of the head in total
The face is 1/2 of the size of the head in total
The face is 3/4 of the size of the head in total
The neck is always straight up and down from the torso. True or false?
It is very important to get two sections of the human figure working well as unit. What are these two sections?
torso and the arms
pelvis and the legs
pelvis and the torso
torso and the head
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