Tutorials | Drawn in Black 10 Tutorials on How to Draw a Cat Hehe, kitteh. So your furry feline friend has you feeling inspired, eh? Skull Anatomy for Artists Here’s a quick follow-up to the post I did a few years ago on how to draw skulls. How to Draw a Horse Tutorial This post is divided into two sections: first, the horse drawing tutorial that I have put together (immediately below); second, links out to other worthwhile tutorials on how to draw a horse. How to Draw Eyes: 25 Tutorials, Step-by-Steps, How-To’s and Reference Photos on How to Draw Human Eyes Eyes… the window into the soul as they say. How to Draw a Face: 25 Tutorials How-To’s, Tutorials, and Step-By-Steps Books Facial Expressions Videos Online Books Drawing faces or portaits is, to me, a bit of a paradox. How to Draw Hands: 35 Tutorials, How-To’s, Step-by-Steps, Videos, Studies, Poses and Photo References I’ve found drawing hands one of the most challenging aspects of drawing the human figure. Ah, the skull. How to Draw a Rose by Carol Rosinski
Chapter 2. Human anatomy and figure drawing Chapter 2. Human anatomy and figure drawing Before we start, I'd like to point out that knowledge of human anatomy is not a replacement for studying the body from real life or photos. We'll start with the largest bones and muscle masses. I would also like to apologize in advance for using the Latin names of the bones and muscles. (All illustrations in this chapter are referenced from photos that were taken from large distances, x-ray images, and [Gold], [Gray], and [Barc]) 2.1. Figure 2.1. The human body is usually measured in units of heads. Unless you are drawing an adult that is standing up straight, you can't use this diagram directly. Arms are 3½ heads long.When the arms are hanging down, the elbows line up with the bottom of the ribcage, and the fingertips reach halfway the upper leg.The navel is positioned roughly halfway between the nipples and the crotch, and halfway between the bottom of the ribcage and the top of the pelvis.
Creating cool textures with a pencil Sponsored Links To create cool textures on your cartoon characters, you don't need to use the latest graphic software (although it might help!). You can create nice textures using a simple pencil and lots of imagination! In this tutorial, I will show you 21 examples of textures created with a 2B pencil. The drawings were made using painter, but the results are pretty similar to what you could achieve using a real 2B pencil! The first texture is a simple one. Another simple texture sketched with horizontal and vertical lines. This texture is interesting. Drawn using small lines, this texture is perfect to illustrate fur. Another simple yet effective technique! Another variation using only lines. This example is using semi-circles (drawn with one simple line). This texture was sketched using lines drawn in a 45 degrees angle. Another simple texture created with only two lines. This one was done using only semi-circles. I really don't like this one. This one is very easy to create.
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Drawing the Human Eye » OnlyPencil Drawing Tutorials We can all probably draw the human eye, we draw the oval shape with the iris and pupil. I consider that to be a basic sketch of the eye. Before you draw a realistic eye you must first study what it really is. I will post a closeup picture of an eye so you can see what it looks up close. Take a look at the pupil(the black area in the center), this area contracts in size when light hits it. Tools Used: 2h wood cased pencil2b 0.5 Mechanical PencilKneaded EraserColor BlenderSmooth Bristol Paper This is the final drawing of what we’ll be working on. Step 1 Well we will start by drawing the outline, this can be a fast sketch, but enough detail to show the shape. Step 2 Start by filling in the pupil using the 6b progresso pencil. Step 3 Take your 4b progresso pencil and put down some graphite on a separate piece of paper. Step 4 Using your mechanical pencil draw the lines that you see around the area that was shaded previously, try to make them quick and light. Step 5 Step 6 Step 7 Step 8 Step 9 Step 10
Free Photorealistic Pencil Drawing Tutorial by Carlos Aleman Warning: May cause severe headaches! Consult a doctor before attempting. Requires moderate to strenuous concentration (Just kidding! —well, I suppose you can get a whopper of a headache if you over do it.) First, purchase a large sheet of watercolor paper, about 80 lb. weight. Purchase some cheap mechanical pencils, the kind that you can buy at the grocery store (see below). As you can see, I'm using 0.7 mm lead. Photorealism evolved from Pop Art in the 1960's. Okay, let's start: The human face is probably the most difficult subject to render accurately. Ideally, work from a very detailed, high resolution photograph with good contrast. The first stage is the hardest part of the drawing. With an HB (#2) pencil, very lightly scribble the forms that create the illusion of volume. Remember, this is not a classical drawing. Once you've made the drawing of the face, you've essentially completed the portrait. All right, this is a photorealism tutorial after all. Back to shape finding.
step by step Allyson Wright gives us some tips on using Inktense Pencils to draw hair... I love drawing and painting with Inktense and not just for the wonderfully vibrant colour schemes that Inktense is known for, but to create more subtle colour schemes as well. You can use Inktense instead of watercolours to produce paintings full of clarity and, unlike watercolour, Inktense is waterproof once it has been wet and then allowed to dry. Today I am going to show you how I use Inktense pencils to draw hair. I decided to show you hair for humans, but the same techniques could be used just as easily for animals. TIP: Before you begin, don’t forget that when you are using water-soluble pencils the colour you see when you draw with them isn’t nearly as strong as it will be once the pencil marks have been wetted with a brush. In this first example you can see my quick drawing of a little girl with tousled curly long hair. In stage two the image shows the little girl’s hair with all these colours in it.
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