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How to Draw Hair

How to Draw Hair

Drawing hair shouldn’t make you pull your own hair out IF you follow a logical, step-by-step approach to the task and you set aside enough time. The trick is to work from the general to the specific: But first these are the materials you will need: Good drawing paper....
How to Draw the Head & Neck

How to Draw the Head & Neck

Plotting the Facial Features Getting your head around drawing a “generic” head and how and where to place the facial features means you can draw a realistic human face freehand. And, if you are attempting to draw a particular face from a reference, knowing the “norm”...
How to Draw Teeth

How to Draw Teeth

Tooth be told, teeth are not easy to draw well. They are very individualistic and often differ in shape from their counterparts; e.g. two incisors or two canine teeth in the same jaw may look very different from each other. This means that careful observation, (if you...
How to Draw a Mouth

How to Draw a Mouth

The mouth, even more than the eyes, conveys not only our opinions but also our emotions for the world to see. As with noses, eyes and ears, there is tremendous individual variation on a standard theme in mouths. If you can identify the parts of a “generic” mouth, it...
How to Draw a Nose

How to Draw a Nose

Noses are noseworthy – the nose is the only part of ourselves constantly in view when we open our eyes. (Our brain adapts, so unless we concentrate we don’t consciously see it). There’s an almost infinite variety of noses and they are arguably the most noticeable part...

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