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6. Foreshortening is when an object looks shorter from the angle you are looking at it, then it would look if you were standing up. You can see foreshortening in this image because the leg looks way shorter than it actually is.

Foreshortening is when an object looks shorter from the angle you are looking at it, then it would look if you were standing up. loved by Art Ed Central

#6 This image uses foreshortening. Foreshortening is use when something is turned toward the viewer and it seems smaller. This is shown in the characters arm.

How to Draw the Human Body - Study: Perspective Drawing Foreshortening Reference for Comic / Manga Character

Drawing from observation: forks tied with string. This superb observational drawing exercise is one set by artist and teacher Julie Douglas.

How to create excellent observational drawings - 11 tips

GOOD TIPS before they start their still life! Drawing from observation: forks tied with string. This superb observational drawing exercise is one set by artist and teacher Julie Douglas.

birds eye view closeup drawings - Google Search

Hoog standpunt (vogelvluchtperspectief) Figure in A Setting using either a Bird's Eye or Worm's Eye Perspective = challenging foreshortening

Four items that represent you...cropped and up close drawing

*** drawing idea - Students were asked to select four items that were representative of themselves and draw a closely cropped view of each one on a square of paper.

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This sketch demonstrates foreshortening because of the angle the forefinger is drawn. It is drawn out to the viewer, which makes it look like it only has a point and no length.

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