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How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animal What do you get when you cross a human with a horse (or a hamster, or a hummingbird)? You get any one of a number of fun anthropomorphic animals, also known as "furries" to their friends. From facial expressions to creative coloring, this book contains all the know-how you need to create anthropomorphic cat, dog, horse, roden How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animal What do you get when you cross a human with a horse (or a hamster, or a hummingbird)? You get any one of a number of fun anthropomorphic animals, also known as "furries" to their friends. From facial expressions to creative coloring, this book contains all the know-how you need to create anthropomorphic cat, dog, horse, rodent and bird characters. Step by step, you'll learn how to: - Draw species-appropriate tails, eyes, wings and other fun details - Give your characters clothes, poses and personalities - Create the perfect backgrounds for your furry antics--with two start-to-finish demonstrations showing how Packed with tons of inspiration--from teeny-bopper bunnies and yorky glamour queens to Ninja squirrels and lion kings--Draw Furries will help you create a world of crazy, cool characters just waiting to burst out of your imagination.


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How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animal What do you get when you cross a human with a horse (or a hamster, or a hummingbird)? You get any one of a number of fun anthropomorphic animals, also known as "furries" to their friends. From facial expressions to creative coloring, this book contains all the know-how you need to create anthropomorphic cat, dog, horse, roden How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animal What do you get when you cross a human with a horse (or a hamster, or a hummingbird)? You get any one of a number of fun anthropomorphic animals, also known as "furries" to their friends. From facial expressions to creative coloring, this book contains all the know-how you need to create anthropomorphic cat, dog, horse, rodent and bird characters. Step by step, you'll learn how to: - Draw species-appropriate tails, eyes, wings and other fun details - Give your characters clothes, poses and personalities - Create the perfect backgrounds for your furry antics--with two start-to-finish demonstrations showing how Packed with tons of inspiration--from teeny-bopper bunnies and yorky glamour queens to Ninja squirrels and lion kings--Draw Furries will help you create a world of crazy, cool characters just waiting to burst out of your imagination.

30 review for Draw Furries: How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animals

  1. 5 out of 5

    Pipper

    Gosh, this is amazing. This is a great book if you want to know how to draw just bodies. This is Draw Furries: How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animals, the book on how to create Furries! I got this a year ago on my birthday, I've always wanted it because I love animals. I really learned a lot from this book, and I can read it any time of day. Its also fun for me and great for my drawing habits haha. I would recommend this book to people who love animals and drawing. Anyway, Draw Furrie Gosh, this is amazing. This is a great book if you want to know how to draw just bodies. This is Draw Furries: How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animals, the book on how to create Furries! I got this a year ago on my birthday, I've always wanted it because I love animals. I really learned a lot from this book, and I can read it any time of day. Its also fun for me and great for my drawing habits haha. I would recommend this book to people who love animals and drawing. Anyway, Draw Furries is a great book to read and learn from. In conclusion, this book is heat for anyone with likes drawing animals or humans.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne

    Jared Hodges and Lindsay Cibos give fun step by step instructions on drawing furries. They start with a brief introduction covering such items as how human- or animal-like you want your characters to be, body proportions, and gender differences. Subsequent chapters deal with separate animal families such as felines, canines, and equines. Every lesson starts by showing how to draw the face using circles and guidelines to determine where to put eyes, mouth, nose, and ears. Details are then refined Jared Hodges and Lindsay Cibos give fun step by step instructions on drawing furries. They start with a brief introduction covering such items as how human- or animal-like you want your characters to be, body proportions, and gender differences. Subsequent chapters deal with separate animal families such as felines, canines, and equines. Every lesson starts by showing how to draw the face using circles and guidelines to determine where to put eyes, mouth, nose, and ears. Details are then refined and guidelines erased before adding color and hair. Drawing the full body is then covered, once again showing pencil sketches starting from the basic shapes to adding final details including clothing and hair and ending with the finished figure complete with color. The authors give many examples of the different aspects of each animal family, among them tails, ears, and teeth. Each chapter section Morphology deals with how animal-specific you want your character. Two examples are shown - the first being mainly human-looking with a few animal features as fluffy, pointed ears and a tail and the second mostly animal-like with human details such as facial expressions and being bipedal. Sorry if my review sounds pedantic, but this is a really fun book to look at even if you don't plan on becoming the next great furry artist. Hodges and Cibos make learning how to draw look easy with their line sketches and all, and their use of color is amazing and vibrant. Even if you don't want to draw furries at all, this book would still give good tips on drawing humans or animals. My artwork usually looks not much better than a child's scrawling, but I'm tempted to give it another try after reading this book.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Ixby Wuff

    How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animal What do you get when you cross a human with a horse (or a hamster, or a hummingbird)? You get any one of a number of fun anthropomorphic animals, also known as -furries- to their friends. From facial expressions to creative coloring, this book contains all the know-how you need to create anthropomorphic cat, dog, horse, rodent and bird characters. Step by step, you'll learn how to: Draw species-appropriate tails, eyes, wings and other fun details G How to Create Anthropomorphic and Fantasy Animal What do you get when you cross a human with a horse (or a hamster, or a hummingbird)? You get any one of a number of fun anthropomorphic animals, also known as -furries- to their friends. From facial expressions to creative coloring, this book contains all the know-how you need to create anthropomorphic cat, dog, horse, rodent and bird characters. Step by step, you'll learn how to: Draw species-appropriate tails, eyes, wings and other fun details Give your characters clothes, poses and personalities Create the perfect backgrounds for your furry antics--with two start-to-finish demonstrations showing how Packed with tons of inspiration--from teeny-bopper bunnies and yorky glamour queens to Ninja squirrels and lion kings-- Draw Furries will help you create a world of crazy, cool characters just waiting to burst out of your imagination.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Davd Salvador

    Author’s way of storytelling is so good. I suggest you publish your book in NovelStar, a lot of readers will love your work.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Alicia Balliett

    To a point it is helpful. I feel that the artist should have gone into more detail about certain things.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Clinton Browning

    Good starter book, but not a lot of detail for the starting artist. Good suggestions but considered poor lessons from peers I’ve spoken with.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    A great instructional read for the artist in anyone! I got this book as a birthday present to further my drawing skills in fantasy creatures, and I couldn't be more pleased. Lindsay Cibos does a great job in covering Furry fantasy creatures and their different anatomies, advising techniques to further your skill in even more genres of art. I'd recommend this book to anyone, beginner or otherwise, who wants to eventually master drawing fantasy art in a wide range of styles. Despite being a book on A great instructional read for the artist in anyone! I got this book as a birthday present to further my drawing skills in fantasy creatures, and I couldn't be more pleased. Lindsay Cibos does a great job in covering Furry fantasy creatures and their different anatomies, advising techniques to further your skill in even more genres of art. I'd recommend this book to anyone, beginner or otherwise, who wants to eventually master drawing fantasy art in a wide range of styles. Despite being a book on drawing the fantasy characters, the Author still takes the time to brief the reader on one, two, and three-point perspective, and how to place characters in the right perspective of the background scene. This book really performed more than the title promised, covering every basic need of a fantasy artist and not just the characters.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Jacob

    It's pretty good. Shows a decent variety of styles. Good if you have some experience drawing, but are new to drawing furries. My main complaint is the step by step process tends to skip steps. It isn't all bad since it filling in the blanks on your own can help you progress, but it can be a bit frustrating It's pretty good. Shows a decent variety of styles. Good if you have some experience drawing, but are new to drawing furries. My main complaint is the step by step process tends to skip steps. It isn't all bad since it filling in the blanks on your own can help you progress, but it can be a bit frustrating

  9. 4 out of 5

    Nicholas

    I really liked it. Could have gone into a little more detail for how to draw the species. But an overall good book!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jony

    drawings are very very anatomically incorrect...

  11. 5 out of 5

    Thetravelingpanda

    Interesting for anthropomorphic drawings but it was not that much detailed and missed important coloring advices

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jason

  13. 5 out of 5

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    Thomas Schweim

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    Michele Rice Carpenter

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    Alan

  19. 4 out of 5

    Olivia Polite

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    Ross Enochs

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    Anthony

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    Conrad Taylor

  30. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Bellingar

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