October 28, 2011

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Drawing A Face In Proportion Part 2: Three Quarter View

Here’s part 2 on “How To Draw A Face In Proportion : Three Quarter View”. In this video I’ll be showing you step by step, how to find the correct positions for the facial features from a three quarter view. In future videos I will cover how to draw the individual features of the face […]

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October 24, 2011

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Drawing A Face In Proportion, Three Quarter View

What I love about drawing faces from a three quarter view is that you can feel the depth and shape of the face more then when you are drawing it from the front.

This also presents us with a few complications in drawing the face. As the face turns further away from you the features that are furthest from you diminish in size while some features that will be directly in front of you may appear larger or will take on another shape.

In this post I hope to address those points and break down drawing a face in a three quarter view so that anyone can understand it.

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October 19, 2011

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Drawing a Face in Proportion: Video Tutorial

Ever had a hard time placing the facial features in the right places? Then this video is for you. Learn the basic on drawing a face in proportion here.

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July 1, 2011

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Improve Your Eye Drawing With This Simple Step

Too often we make the mistake of drawing what we see on the outside without fully understanding what is underneath and the reason why features look the way they do. Drawing an eye from the front for most people isn’t too much of a challenge but when drawing it from an angle or drawing it […]

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June 27, 2011

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How to Draw the Perfect Smile

Have you ever tried drawing a portrait of someone smiling and then finding to your horror that as you drew the smiling mouth the subject of your picture transformed into a toothy monster. In this post I’d like to address this problem and make it less daunting for you. Again, this comes down to shading […]

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