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We meet again, /ic/, since i was little, every single "how to draw" i readed had these stick figures and block figures, but here's the thing, i get confused everytime i use this, especially with dynamic poses and cartoony proportions, can you help me?

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>>4154368
Use boxy forms, boxes help you keep track of perspective while also filling out the forms, stick figure construction is a meme

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>>4154407
Can i use circles, too? You know, for femenine figures and fat fucks

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>>4154407
Based Krenz poster

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>>4154468
Use boxes, cylinders, and spheres. But remember this, boxes communicates information the clearest.

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>>4154407
Krenz is a bugman manlet

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