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Foot Reference

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drawingforsuckas: “ Random cartoon feet reference. Again I forget the source but I’ve had these sitting around in a notebook for quite some time… ”

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Foot (and Shoe) Reference Part 2

When it comes to challenging parts of anatomy, feet rank right up there with hands and faces in terms of difficulty. Look at the paintings of Frank Frazetta; he would often go to great lengths to avoid painting a character's feet, even though they were perfectly acceptable when he did paint them. Drawing feet in shoes is challenging for many as well; I don't know how many odd kidney bean and smooshed bread loaf like appendages I've seen drawn at the bottom of a figure's legs over the years…

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Foot Reference

These wonderful pages were put together by Jim Macaulay, and animation instructor at Sheridan College in Ontario, Canada. Click on any of the above images for a larger view to print out and save as reference for future projects.

Enjoy a collection of references for Character Design: Feet Anatomy. The collection contains illustrations, sketches, model sheets and tutorials… This Drawing Techniques, Drawing Tips, Drawing Sketches, Pencil Drawings, Art Drawings, Drawing Ideas, Foot Anatomy, Anatomy Drawing, Anatomy Art

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Enjoy a collection of references for Character Design: Feet Anatomy. The collection contains illustrations, sketches, model sheets and tutorials… This Drawing Techniques, Drawing Tips, Drawing Sketches, Pencil Drawings, Art Drawings, Drawing Ideas, Foot Anatomy, Anatomy Drawing, Anatomy Art

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Foot (and Shoe) Reference Part 2

When it comes to challenging parts of anatomy, feet rank right up there with hands and faces in terms of difficulty. Look at the paintings of Frank Frazetta; he would often go to great lengths to avoid painting a character's feet, even though they were perfectly acceptable when he did paint them. Drawing feet in shoes is challenging for many as well; I don't know how many odd kidney bean and smooshed bread loaf like appendages I've seen drawn at the bottom of a figure's legs over the years…

Did you know Frank Frazetta didn't like drawing feet? Here are some references to help you draw them! Reference Drawing, Anatomy Reference, Design Reference, Figure Drawing, Shoes Reference, Learn Drawing, Animation Reference, Drawing Board, Drawing Legs

Foot (and Shoe) Reference Part 2

When it comes to challenging parts of anatomy, feet rank right up there with hands and faces in terms of difficulty. Look at the paintings of Frank Frazetta; he would often go to great lengths to avoid painting a character's feet, even though they were perfectly acceptable when he did paint them. Drawing feet in shoes is challenging for many as well; I don't know how many odd kidney bean and smooshed bread loaf like appendages I've seen drawn at the bottom of a figure's legs over the years…