How to Draw Hair: Male & Female - Ultimate Tutorial

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Detailed step by step tutorial on how to draw and shade realistic hands. Learn to draw a basic hand shape, how to make it look feminine, masculine and wrinkly. This is for you, Norman Wei :) Become a Patron and get access to printable/traceable files: TOOLS I USED - Canson Drawing Paper 70lb, smooth (for hand #1) - Canson Bristol Paper 96lb (for wrinkly, baby, feminine and masculine hands) - HB and 2B Derwent Graphic Pencil - 0.5mm 4B Pentel Ain lead - Prismacolor Kneaded Eraser - Mono Eraser - Smudgeguard - Blending Stump - Ruler SKIP TO... How to draw a basic hand: 0:26 Finger Length: 2:52 Placement for 2nd and 3rd joint: 4:47 How to draw a skinny hand: 5:40 How to draw a chubby hand: 9:13 Fingernails: 12:19 Construction of hand #2: 12:47 Shading techniques: 13:34 How to shade a wrinkly hand: 15:53 Joint wrinkles: 17:34 Wrist wrinkles: 18:33 Veins: 20:56 Where each shading technique was used: 21:43 How to shade nails: 23:27 How to draw a feminine vs masculine hand: 25:13 Artwork you guys sent me: 26:18 (You can submit your drawings to me via Facebook to be featured in the next video. I LOVE seeing all of your artwork!!) FOLLOW ME HERE: Website: Facebook: MUSIC USED: (These are affiliate links to AudioJungle)

DO'S & DON'TS: How To Draw A Face | Step By Step Drawing Tutorial

Longer Tutorials | Patreon | I talk through common beginner mistakes for drawing a face and how to make your portrait drawing look realistic. MATERIALS: Derwent Graphic Pencils: Generals Charcoal Pencils: Starter Set: Large Set: Strathmore Bristol Vellum Paper: Tombow Mono Eraser: White Charcoal Pencil: OTHER DO'S & DON'TS VIDEOS: Buy prints and originals here: SUBSCRIBE: You can follow me on Social Media: Follow me on instagram: Follow me on Twitter: Like my Facebook Page: Some links are affiliated. Music Used: Sappheiros- LakeyInspired (used with permission from the artist)

Draw ANY Head Type with the Loomis Method - Part 2

What happens when the head of the subject you’re drawing doesn’t fit the average proportions? Don’t worry, in this video I’m going to teach you how to adjust the Loomis Head to draw ANY head type! Subscribe to Proko: In Part 1 I gave you a general overview of the Loomis Method. In Part 3 I will show you an intuitive approach to using it. Part 1: Part 3: 12 DAYS OF PROKO (Quicksketch Edition) Day 1 - Kim Jung Gi: Day 2 - Getting Better Faster: Day 3 - Sketching with Ink from Imagination: Day 4 - Quickly Draw Heads - Loomis Part 1: Day 6 - Intuitive Portraits - Loomis Part 3: Day 7 - Meditation for Artists: Day 8 - Improve Your Sketching Speed: Day 9 - Painting Challenge: Day 10 - The FORCE Method: Day 11 - Draw Using Reilly Rhythms: Day 12 - Speed Sculpting: Watch More Proko: Full Access to Premium Videos - Don't miss new tutorials - Course Package Deals - Pose photo sets - ----- Follow Proko: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook - Tumblr - Pinterest - Email Newsletter- Watch More Proko: Latest Uploads: Figure Drawing: Art of Caricature: Popular Videos: ----- CREDITS: Artist | Instructor | Producer - Stan Prokopenko ( Production Assistance - Brandon Storer, Sean Ramsey ( Editing - Sean Ramsey, Stan Prokopenko Music Used with Permission Intro - The Freak Fandango Orchestra A Minor Jazz by Brett Van Donsel is licensed under a Creative Commons License. "Jazz Comedy" by Bensound "Jazzy Frenchy" by Bensound “Faster Does It” by Kevin MacLeod "There's No Coffee in Hell" by Bryan Teoh "Ain't No Friend of Mine" by Bryan Teoh "Gypsy Jazz in Paris 1935" by Brett Van Donsel Hep Cats Kevin MacLeod ( Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 About Proko: Instructional How to Draw videos for artists. My drawing lessons are approachable enough for beginners and detailed enough for advanced artists. My philosophy is to teach timeless concepts in an entertaining way. I believe that when you are having fun, you learn better. I take pride in producing high quality videos that you will enjoy watching and re-watching.

Getting GREAT At Sketching - Try This One Thing

* Cinematic Design - From Idea To Finished Concept Art * Online Course Click here to learn more: -- Follow me on Instagram: Facebook: -- Hey guys, I wanted to share this video from my online course The Aspiring Concept Artist. I think this is such an important skill to learn, so I decided to share it with you. This tip will help you get started on your way to becoming great at sketching and drawing. Try it out! Note: I want to thank Feng Zhu for all the amazing things he's taught artists like myself over the years, and this video is partially inspired by his video. He is a big inspiration of mine, and it's why you might see recurring themes in my own videos. :) Check out his channel right here: --- Subscribe to the Evenant Design newsletter for more free tutorials, free courses and articles: Join the Evenant Design Facebook group and share your work! Music by: Walid Feghali ============================= Learn how to make music, concept art, design, film and game making, online businesses and tons more at Evenant! Free tutorials, videos, articles, podcasts, reviews, etc. Courses in all the Evenant fields. =============================

How to Draw Hyper Realistic Eyes | Step by Step

Follow my simple, detailed steps to draw a realistic eye in pencil. My method is aimed to help even the most complete beginner draw something they once thought was impossible. If you get stuck on the shading part, please refer to my shading tutorials below. If you have any questions, leave them in the comments and I'll get back to you as soon as I can :) HELPFUL LINKS How to Shade for Beginners: Shading Techniques: TOOLS HB + 4B Pentel Lead: Ruler Blending Stump: Prismacolor Kneadable Eraser: Electric Eraser: White Gel Pen: SmudgeGuard: Soft Tissue (Scotties) Canson Drawing Paper (If you want smooth drawings, look for paper labelled as "fine tooth" or smooth, but make sure it's thick so you can work it): SKIP TO... Tools: 0:20 Step 1 - Circle: 0:51 Step 2 - Eye Angle: 1:23 Step 3 - Eye Shape: 1:50 Step 4 - Eye Crease: 3:13 Step 5 - Iris: 4:32 Step 6 - Highlight: 5:42 Step 7 - Pupil: 6:48 Step 8 - Iris Detail: 8:35 - Cast Shadow 10:16 Step 9 - Shade Eye: 18:09 - Cast Shadow: 20:46 Step 10 - Skin Details: 21:57 Step 11 - Shade Skin: 22:43 Step 12 - Blending: 28:08 Step 13 - Touch-ups: 29:19 Step 14 - Eyelashes: 30:50 - Shadows: 39:04 - Reflection: 42:25 Step 15 - Make it POP: 43:24 - Darken: 43:56 - Lighten: 47:13 Step 16 - Touch-Ups: 48:23 DISCLAIMER This content contains affiliate links. If you decide to make a purchase through the link, I will make a small commission at no additional cost to you. This helps fund free tutorials on the RFA channel and website. Thank you for your support!

A super in-depth tutorial on how to draw 6 different hairstyles on females and males. I've broken the whole process down into 7 steps.

Become a Patron and get access to printable/traceable files:

- Canson Drawing Paper 70lb, smooth
- HB Derwent Graphic Pencil
- 0.5mm 4B and HB Pentel Ain lead
- Prismacolor Eraser
- Screw
- Key


Quick summary of the whole process: 30:50

Male hairstyle #1: 0:25
Step 1 - Draw a head: 0:34
Step 2 - Draw the hairline: 0:49
Step 3 - Draw an outline: 1:59
Step 4 - Visualize the flow: 2:24
Step 5 - Break things down into simple shapes: 3:07
Step 6 - Understand/plan out the lighting: 5:00
Step 7 - Add the details: 6:40
Drawing gray hair: 9:25
Boring vs. Interesting hair: 12:14

Male hairstyle #2: 14:23

Male hairstyle #3: 15:23

Female hairstyle #1: 15:42
Step 1 - Draw a head: 15:42
Step 2 - Draw the hairline: 15:47
Step 2.1 - Draw the parting line: 16:33
Step 3 - Draw an outline: 16:42
Step 4 - Visualize the flow: 18:25
Step 5 - Break things down into simple shapes: 19:25
Overlapping example: 21:06
Step 6 - Understand/plan out the lighting: 21:40
Step 7 - Add the details: 22:22
Stroke thickness: 25:32
How to add depth: 26:52

Female hairstyle #2: 28:05

Female hairstyle #3: 29:31

My challenge to you: 31:37

How to draw heads/faces:
Learn about pencils:
How to draw short male hair (side view):


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