Posts Tagged ‘Drawing Human Face’
Finding out how to sketch faces is difficult. And so remembering the place I began, I come up with 5 tips to aid people that are in the beginning stages on the learning how to sketch experience
So why is learning to draw realistic people so tough for the bulk of us? Although we could clearly picture the picture in our mind, or obtain it as a photograph right in front of us. As for drawing it on paper, it just will not find a way to turn out correct.
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Drawing Of A Face
When learning how to draw a face you need to understand the structure, proportions and the various parts that make up that face
Before I offer you some kind of guideline for the structure, proportions and the various parts of the face, I need to make it clear, that whilst it is really important to get a good understanding of the components that make up the face, it is not an exact science by any means. If you have ever researched the topic you’ll know what I mean, you’ll find there is a lot of conflicting Read the rest of this entry »
Drawing A Face
In this article I will suggest two activities for children. Use them to have fun with your kids and boost their creativity and imagination. Let’s play!
Making Beeswax candles
In the first activity for children we will try to make beeswax candles. They are relatively easy to make. This is a quick and easy activity and most children will succeed in making these candles for their family. As usual, children should be supervised by their parents or an adult. If your kids are very young they shouldn’t be allowed to light the candles, just Read the rest of this entry »
Drawing The Face
One of the classic and most popular themes in drawing is realistic portraits. A realistic portrait drawing is one of the most difficult exercises in art. Because our eyes are trained on the recognition of faces, we make errors and inconsistencies when portrait drawing. But even if we recognise that something on the drawing is incorrect, it can be very difficult to say where the fault lies.
I enjoy drawing realistic portraits and have given some general advice that I believe will help you on your way to getting your portraits to look real and lifelike. Read the rest of this entry »
If you’ve been to a street fair or amusement park lately, you may have seen a caricature artist in action. People stop to have their comic portraits drawn in a cartoon style, often with very large heads and tiny bodies doing something funny. If you’d like to learn how to draw these types of drawings, the book, Face Off: How to Draw Amazing Caricatures and Comic Portraits , by Harry Hamernik, can help.
Most books on how to draw caricatures are from famous artists who have done many celebrity portraits in the past. Read the rest of this entry »