This video, which gives tips on drawing realistic hips, is helpful to people learning to draw the human form. The video starts by showing examples of bad drawings of hips and explains that these are how you should not be drawing them. It then shows a realistic black line picture of the pelvis bone on which the presenter has drawn a simplified version of it in a contrasting red color. He gives a simple description of his drawing, saying it is like an oval with butterfly wings coming from it. He draws the viewer's attention to how the femur connects to the pelvis indicating how that is important in drawing realistic hips. Next, he shows an x-ray of the pelvis and draws his simplified drawing on top of that. Finally, he draws a simplified skeleton figure adding his simplified pelvic bone drawing. Watch the video, follow the steps, and draw realistic hips.