Materials Needed; Pencil, Eraser, Black Marker/Pen
*= Lightly draw whatever follows. This is intended to making future erasing easier and your final project more beautiful.
Step 1: STEP:1
Step 1: *Draw 7 Circles, vertically down the very most left side of your paper. All circles need to be similar shape and size, and stacked one on top of the other. They should not be over lapping, but just touching.
Step 2: STEP:2
Step 2: *Draw a cross in each of the circles having the horizontal and vertical intersecting in the middle of the circles (do it for all seven). Then number them #1-#7. #1 being the top circle and #7 being the bottom circle. (Note: these circle will be used for scaling our person.)
Step 2b: Now using your scale, *draw a dotted line extending the horizontal line of each circle's cross, across the width of the paper. Stay as straight as possible into your drawing space to the right of our scale. Then *draw a circle, same size and shape as circle #1 to the right in your drawing space. (e.g: see picture). (Note: This circle represents your HEAD and will be referred to as such from now on)
Step 3: STEP:3
Step 3: *Draw a stick figure off of your head. The shoulders should be at the 2nd dotted line. The elbows should be at the 3rd dotted line. The waist should be at the 4th dotted line. The knees should be at the 6th dotted line. And the ankles should be midway between the 7th dotted line and the bottom. (i.g: see picture)
Step 4: STEP:4
Step 4: *Draw a small circle on every place a joint should be on your stick figure. (e.g: shoulder, elbow, knee, ect.) then draw ovals, length wise connecting each joint for your arms and legs, to represent muscles.
Step 5: STEP:5
Step 5: *Draw a square about two heads wide for your torso. It should fall between the 2nd and 3rd dotted line vertically and both of your arms horizontally. (e.g: see picture). (Note: This square represents your RIBS and will be referred to as such from now on)
Step 6: STEP:6
Step 6: *Draw a face. (e.g: see my Instructable, D4D: How to draw a face)
Step 7: STEP:7
Step 7: *Draw in clothes. (e.g: see picture)
Step 8: STEP:8
Step 8: *Draw in fists and feet. Sorry this is about getting the human frame portions right, not about making the person look amazing.
Step 9: STEP:9
Step 9: Use your marker to trace your finished shape. Bold it in then erase all existing pencil lines on the paper.
Step 10: STEP:10
Step 10: Bask in your artistic glory.