How to Draw Wrinkles on Face| Realistic Portraits Tutorials So I was just going over the comments (I read every single one of them) and I saw a request for a tutorial on how to draw realistic wrinkles. It came from Bobbie – “shading is my hardest, and how to put wrinkles that don’t just look like lines” So, I’ve created this tutorial for you (and Bobbie ) on how to draw the wrinkles under the eye. In this video, my co-instructor Michael will go over some tips and techniques for drawing the wrinkles and then he will demonstrate it by showing you the drawing process. I’ve had to speed up some part of the video in order to keep the running time from getting too long. We will be using a 2B and 4B pencil for this drawing (Michael will talk more about that in the video). Here are the references we’ll be working with in this realistic pencil portrait tutorial: Click To Enlarge I hope you enjoyed this video. It’s a complete training on how to draw truly realistic portrait… made especially for beginners and intermediates. ===> Click Here To Learn More
How to Draw Cartoons ex2 How to Draw Eyes | How to Draw Eyelashes Welcome back! And congratulation for making it this far into the series. Our drawing is almost complete! In this lesson, we will continue learning about drawing realistic eyes. We just have to add a few more details before we can do the final “unveiling”. And I promise you will be very happy with the end result. OK, so in this video, I’ll show you how to draw in the eyelashes. (To download this video. So, as I said yesterday, I’m getting ready to launch a brand new training course called, “How To Draw Realistic Portrait From Photographs… In Just 4 Weeks!” The course will be officially open for enrollment tomorrow and I will go over all the details of what’s inside. But if you would like to get a head start and “cut in line”, you can find all the details here: Click here to learn more and get priority registration. Now, be sure to check back tomorrow and we will put the finishing touches on your drawing and I’ll tell you more about my new advance portrait drawing program.
How to Draw 3D Shapes with Shading Home » How to Draw 3D Shapes » with Shading In this lesson we will cover how you can draw 3D shapes with shading. It is all about pressing the pencil down on the paper with different strength, so that the color is stronger or lighter. If you spread these different values correctly, you get an awesome 3D effect. Shading is time consuming. We are going to take a look at three basic geometric figures: The cylinder, the cone and the sphere. How to move the pencil So the goal of shading is to spread different values of color smoothly across the paper, going from dark to light or vice versa. The easiest way to do this is to move the pencil in a zigzag fashion. Different Pencils What sort of pencil you use is very important here! The mines in pencils have different degrees of hardness.This is indicated with letters on the pencils. 5H: Although I pressed the pencil down violently at the left side, you still only see a very slight darker tone. 2H: A bit softer, but still pretty hard. 0. 1. 2. 3. 4.
ex1 How to Draw Eyebrows Realistically | Pencil Drawing Lessons | Portrait Drawing Over the past few lessons I’ve told you about Pillar #1 & #2 of portrait drawing. In this lesson, we will cover Pillar #3: Capturing The Likeness Of The Portrait. Pillar #3 is all about getting all the subtle details of your portrait right so that when some one looks at your portrait, he/she will instantly recognize who you drew. Now the shading and drawing techniques that I’ve showed you in the previous lessons will help you to make your drawing much more accurate. But in order to take your drawing to the next level, you need to pay attention the the subtle details of the subject as you are drawing. This aspect of portrait drawing is not encompassed by a single technique. But I will do my best to point out the important details to you and tell you what you should pay attention to. (To download this video. So as you can see, drawing the eye brow is actually not all that difficult when you use the right technique.
DIY Crystal Coral Necklace Beading Tutorial What can you say about this necklace? I created the necklace hoping you guys will like it It’s a variation of the Double Needle Right Angle Weave, showing what you can do with the technique. The length of the necklace is 18 inches. The shape of the bicones when weaved into units of right angle weave creates a lace-like effect on the bicones, perfect for low-neck and V shaped outfit. With crystals you can wear this on formal occasions and using other colors you can be as hip and casual, even with plain jeans. Materials Needed:4mm crystal bicones 8/0 bronze seed beads 13 x 15mm x 12.5mm coral briolette clasp 2 crimp beads 2 calotte Nylon thread Tools Needed: Scissors flat nose pliers Terms and description: RAW – right angle weave units of RAW – sets of right angle weave Step 1: Attaching the clasp Cut 72 inches nylon thread. Slide in a calotte at both threads. Press the crimp bead and then close the calotte to cover the crimp bead. Then cross both threads into a 4mm bicone. You’re done!