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  • The Aesthetics of FigureDrawing

    By: Missa Kes

    &

    Danica Favorito

  • The Basics

    Figure drawing is the nude study of the human figure

    The basis for all drawing with the human form

    The typical mediums used are charcoal, pencil, pen, brush

    And ink, and pastels.

  • Comparing Aesthetics

    During our research we found there are many styles of

    Figure drawing. We decided to compare the different

    Aestheics of these styles. We had four separate books on

    The topic: Dynamic Figure Drawing, The Art of Figure

    Drawing, Realistic Figure Drawing, and Figure drawing

    For all its worth.

  • Dynamic Figure Drawing

    This style of drawing is the most

    unreal style that we studied.

    It emphasizes the muscular

    Structure of the human body in

    A disproportionate and idealized way.

  • The Art of Figure Drawing

    This style of figure drawing is much

    More loose and proportionate to the

    Actual human body. The rendering is

    Realistic but still sketchy.

  • Realistic Figure Drawing

    This style is lighter and more

    blurred. And the figure has

    smoother, rounder edges. The

    highlights are created by a light

    pencil, unlike the others

    examples. The highlights

    contribute to the roundness of

    the edges.

  • Figure Drawing For All ItsWorth

    This style and picture are done

    primarily in charcoal. The high

    contrast gives it a great sense of

    depth and 3-dimension. Allowing

    the woman to appear realistic, yet

    sketchy.

  • After looking at these different aesthetics of

    drawing figures we chose to compare Danicas

    figure drawings to the ones we had studied.

    Then determined which aesthetic they were

    most similar to.