When you want to draw an object with realistic volume, or mass, it helps to be able to “see” the underlying shapes that make up that object.
These aren’t complicated geometric patterns—basically, you’re just looking for shapes like circles, squares, triangles, etc, and combining them together to form the structure of your drawings. In the following video, David Kitler demonstrates how he does it:
You can also get David Kitler’s full-length instructional video at Creative Catalyst.
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