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Fascinating, I’m 57 and amateur anthropologist, I like your work a lot. Could you send a paper copy of your chart? And how much would it be?
Hi Philip, there’s no poster available for this chart, but if you like, you’ll find it in full (and more) in my book Drawing People which you can find here: http://www.lulu.com/shop/joumana-medlej/drawing-people/paperback/product-20607597.html
Please bear in mind it is not meant to be a work of anthropology and only includes as much detail as is relevant to an artist!
I love This!
PS – I’m mostly a dinaric northern italian. Most of people of the area where I live have dinaric features, with average proportions, average height and cilindrical-shaped head, we tend to brachicephalia, but is not as extreme as in alpines (my cephalic index is about 83), and our faces are narrow to average.
Thanks for your comment 🙂
Based on this, I must at least have some Nordic, British islander and slavic (bluegrey eyes) and it’s possible since I’m Belgian and that’s a small country which was part of a lot of other countries until a few ages ago. My sister, on the contrary, clearly has some more southern genes by the way.
By the way, I lately read an article where andamanese people where present, who live in India and are Negritos. This would mean the very last type also occurs in India, while it isn’t stated there (from philippines to new-guinea)
Hi, I think your charts are extremely useful, thank you. What do you mean by “indian fold” on the eyes of Andid people? Thanks
Hello! Where did the chart go? I’ve got a large white space.
Hi Olivia, it all looks normal to me! The server might have been temporarily down?
Hello! Thanks for your suggestion. Yes, either something like that was going on, or–more likely–I just didn’t wait long enough for the whole chart to appear. I see it now, and it’s quite interesting. Thank you!
I just bought your e-book. I’d very much like to get back into drawing, though I I fear that I think buying guides is a substitute for actually working at it.
I recommend your products to anyone I know who is learning. Wonderful work.
Belated thanks, I’m glad you find my guides useful!
Very well done and detailed. And I have to admit that it’s really accurate too. I look definitely Slavic, with some Baltic traits I live in Poland so yeah.
It’s great and it will definitely help me to draw defferent people.
Very well done and detailed but I found a few mistakes.
So I live in Poland and dark brown hair is actually fairy common here. Black is the rare hair colour in my country.
Also you skipped the fact that the Melanesians can have natural blond or even red hair sometimes.
Is there any way to save or buy this as a .pdf? I am an art teacher, and it’s great to see it online, but as helpful as having an actual file. I would love to buy this – but I don’t have the funds as a public school teacher to buy a book when I just need this one file 🙂 Let me know! This is a great resource!
I’m afraid not, but the book itself is available as a pdf.