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April Fool’s Ice! Mar24 by Brenda Ponnay Picture this: Dad comes home from a long day at work and the kids are anxiously waiting for him at the door. “Dad! He gives them a funny look. “Ahhh,” he says, sinking down into his favorite chair. “WHAT!!?” The kids erupt into uncontrollable giggles. The ice was plastic and the water was warm! 1. some blocks (the size of ice cubes) 2. some clear plastic beads (any old kind you can find at a craft store) 3. tinfoil 4. an oven! Take your blocks and stack two up. We had to do this several times until we got it right. Once you’ve wrapped your blocks, dump out the blocks leaving an empty mold. Then pop them in the oven at 375 F for about 20 minutes, or however long it takes your oven to get the beads nice and melted. When they are done, let them cool and then unwrap! Some cubes will need rough edges filed off or even clipped off with some heavy-duty yard clippers. Put your cubes in a glass of warm water. Ice water anyone?
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StumbleUpon Looking back at my tutorials on drawing the head, I realized that I covered individual features, but completely left out hair. This tutorial will is split into 3 parts: The Basics, Types of Hair, and a Step by Step drawing. I’ll start this first part of the series with common mistakes that I see all the time. Common Mistakes when Drawing Hair Forgetting about the volumes This is the most common mistake I see from newer students. Too Much Texture This one is similar to the first, but this can still happen even if one pays attention to the volumes. Impatience – Bad Design There are so many random little shapes in hair, that good design is a necessity. Sharp Outlines I’m referring the the outer edge between the hair and background and also the connection between hair and skin. Consider the Form Underneath the Hair Spherical Skull Most hair styles you will draw will be affected by the skull underneath. The groups of hair wrap around the form underneath and inherit the same light patterns. Shadow