How To Draw Short Hair [Lesson 1 of 3]

I’ve been getting a lot of questions in my email about how to draw hair realistically. So I decided to go into the hair drawing section in my Realistic Portrait Drawing course and put together this lesson for you. There are many different types of hair, but this lesson will focus on how to draw…

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Drawing Realistic Portrait Series [8 of 8] – How To Shade Your Portrait

Alright! We are on the final lesson – how to draw the eyes. Today we are going to complete the final shading on the surrounding area. This will add a lot of depth and dimension to your drawing. OK, let’s get to it: (To download this video. Right click and select “Save As”) So now…

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Portrait Lesson 7

Drawing Realistic Portrait Series [7 of 8] – 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…

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Portrait Lesson 6

Drawing Realistic Portrait Series [6 of 8] – How To Draw Realistic Iris & Pupil

In today’s lesson, we will continue to fill in your drawing by shading in the iris and pupil. This is perhaps the most important detail in your drawing and it will really bring everything to life. In this video, I’ll show you how to draw realistic eyes and shade the iris to give it a…

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Portrait Lesson 5

Drawing Realistic Portrait Series [5 of 8] – How To Draw The Eye Brow

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…

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Drawing Realistic Portrait Series [4 of 8] – The Easiest Way To Draw A Portrait From Photograph

So now that you’ve learned about Pillar #1 of Portrait Drawing and the basics of realistic shading, it’s time to tackle Pillar #2: Proportion and Accuracy. (If you don’t know what I’m talking about, go watch the previous lesson here: Lesson #3) Pillar #2 is all about create accurate line drawing and keeping everything in…

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Portrait Lesson 3

Drawing Realistic Portrait Series [3 of 8] – How To Draw A Sphere

OK, so in the last lesson we learned about the 1st Pillar of realistic portrait drawing: Realistic Shading. And we also learned about the 5 Elements of Shading and the Gradual Blending technique. (Note, this is lesson #3, so if you haven’t seen lesson #1 and lesson #2, go do it now) In this video,…

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Portrait Lesson 2

Drawing Realistic Portrait Series [2 of 8] – The Fundamentals of Shading

Hey, welcome back! Remember the 3 Pillars of Portrait Drawing that I mentioned yesterday? (If you haven’t seen the first video in this series, you should go watch it here & and then come back to this page. Things will make more sense. ) Well, in today’s video, I’m going to cover Pillar #1: Realistic…

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Portrait Lesson 1

Drawing Realistic Portrait Series [1 of 8] – Intro & Materials

If you a beginner or intermediate who is interested in portrait drawing, then you are really going to love this. In this video series I’m going to share with you a very different (but effective) approach to realistic portrait drawing called, “The Blended Pencil Method”. What is “The Blended Pencil Method”? It is a step-by-step…

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Megan Fox Portrait

How To Draw Megan Fox’s Face

How To Draw People Faces | Drawing Megan Fox’s Face In this video I’m going to show you how to draw Megan Fox.  I choose a reference picture with good quality.  It’s important that you can clearly see the subjects features so you’ll be able to draw them with more likeness. Let’s start to sketch…

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