Welcome to Part 3 in this lesson series on how to draw animal portraits. If you haven’t watched the previous lessons yet, please click below to watch them now:
Now that we’re all caught up, lets get on with the lessons!
In the previous lesson, we shaded in the pupil and made it look shinny. Now it’s time to fill in the are around the eye.
In this lesson, we are going to draw in the fur around the eye. This should really bring the drawing together and gives it a lot of dimension.
I hope you enjoyed that lesson. Be sure to look out for the next lesson in your email tomorrow.
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In this course, you’ll learn all the shading and drawing techniques need to draw realistic animal portraits.
Though out the course, we’ll go through drawing exercises to help you practice what you’ve learned and at the end of the course, you will have drawn your very own realistic animal portrait, from start to finished!
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very good job i want to learn how to draw a deer its the hardest i can get the nose and mouth especially