1800's-Inspired Prosthetic Leg(s) Design Sketch

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I know, it's not a tutorial on how to make legs, but obviously it never says that they are natural or artificial legs, right? in this case if you want to make a prosthetic leg made in the year 1800, this video is for you, and leaving that aside you can also use the sketch model for natural legs.
I made this tutorial as short and quick as possible so as not to get bogged down with complex strokes

I know, it's not a tutorial on how to make legs itself, but obviously it never says that they are natural or artificial legs, right? in this case if you want to make a prosthetic leg made in the year 1800, this video is for you, and leaving that aside you can also use the sketch model for natural legs.
I made this tutorial as short and quick as possible so as not to get bogged down in complex strokes

1.-make a new canvas

2.-in another layer you must use "symetry rule"

3.-with the "Mechanical Pencil" (Portaminas in spanish) draw some basic geometric figures to get a form similar to a leg
-trapeze
-circle/oval
-arc(depending the size/side/length)
if you don't know how to use the arc form, use the Criss-Cross technique

if you want to add details and perfecting the sketch...

we have a pair of prosthesis of legs standing in front. also adding a body for a model

now we must use the same instructions (except symetry rule) to do the walking effect with different orientation

4.-we use the same geometric figures but modyfying the side of the drawing.

this is the result:

and if you want to add colors, you can do it as you want, but remember it's a 1800-inspired prosthesis leg, in fact, the first progress in the medicine area

I hope that this tutorial has clarified some doubts and is very useful for those who do not want to deal with complex and confusing lines.
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