How Do You Draw People In Motion?
Well, this is a rather detailed description, I think that for drawing you also need to find suitable tools, for example, I often draw with gel pens. I can give you a link to an article about gel pens https://wowpencils.com/best-gel-pens-for-coloring/. Maybe you also want to try, in any case, this article describes everything in detail
When drawing people, it is important to show motion. Without motion, a drawing looks stiff and unrealistic. Adding motion is easy. The artist simply has to remember to draw joints and clothing acting realistically, proper balance and angles in limbs. Start by sketching a stick figure to help you work out the motion of the person. Adjust your stick figure so that there is an invisible line running through the head and the foot that is supporting the body. This will make the drawing look more balanced. Draw joints realistically and add muscle, skin and clothing to the stick figure. The elbow usually lands right on the waistline. When the arms are in motion, the elbows will seem shorter because the arms will be foreshortened. This will make them look chest high. Finish the clothing by drawing it flowing away from the body to show movement. Erase the lines of the stick figure and you are done.