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You don't have to be a Michael Angelo or have a fancy art degree to create a decent pencil portrait. Even though we do not completely understand what it is that constitutes a satisfactory physical and spiritual likeness of a subject there is nevertheless a fool proof way to transfer that physical and spiritual likeness to a piece of drawing paper. What's...
You don't have to be a Michael Angelo or have a fancy art degree to create a decent pencil portrait. Even though we do not completely understand what it is that constitutes a satisfactory physical and spiritual likeness of a subject there is nevertheless a fool proof way to transfer that physical and spiritual likeness to a piece of drawing paper. What's more, this transfer process or system can be quickly and easily learned. In this tutorial we show you a straightforward five step process to easily let you draw a portrait of a person, animal, or building from a photograph. The five steps are: 1. How to Prepare a Reference Image; 2. How to Create a Perfect Line Drawing; 3. How to Shade Your Line Drawing; 4. How and Where to Blend and; 5. How to Add Highlights and Final Touches. In addition, we have detailed treatments of the major features associated with the head: the nose, the mouth, the ears, the eyes, the hands, the hair, beards and mustaches, and clothing. The tutorial continues with chapters on Composition, Backgrounds, Cropping, Multiple Subjects, and Montages. The course contains many examples and demonstrations of all critical elements. It also comes with an extensive Member Website where you can find all kinds of extra materials: downloads of practice materials, additional examples, tips, critiques, and a special tutorial on the Anatomy of the Head for Artists. This website is continually being updated and expanded. The tutorial itself contains 81 pages.
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