Earlier I mentioned the S curve of the body
when we were talking about the center front and center back lines. And you can see the
S curve in different microcosms of the entire croquis formed by the angles of the body.
It gives the flowing quality to the figure. The head angle follows the jaw line. The shoulder
angle line is across the collar bone. Everything makes an S. Everything makes an S. The hip
angle goes right through the sides of the hip, and the knee is like that. And the overall
S curve is there. So everything that you do showing you on a clothed chick. There’s your
S. There’s your S. There’s your shoulder. There’s your jaw. Everything has an S. Everything.
Make sure when it and again the thirds comes into play here. Make sure everything flows.
Just think barump barump barump. The hip and shoulder angles are always going in different
directions. Remember that too. Then the legs center line integral. Remember that too. This
way you can as long as you know where these lines are you can have this croquis facing
this way. You can have it angled any any way you want to draw it. You’re going to be able
to draw it by having your grid down first.