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Our character has a somewhat complicated hairdo, but yours can be as simple as you like.

The way you render the strands of hair makes a significant difference on the overall texture you are trying to emulate. If you want to draw short hair, draw short choppy strokes. On the flip side, if you want to draw long hair make longer strokes. It might sound a little straightforward, but believe me it makes a big difference. You can also reduce the pen pressure in order to get thin tapering lines that capture the soft wispiness of individual hair strands.

Straight hair: Straight hair is the easiest texture to achieve. Simply draw straight lines down or in the direction of hair flow if the hair is tied up. Wavy hair: Similar to straight hair but slightly alter your lines into long “S” shapes to give that natural beachy wave effect.

Curly hair: Drawing curly hair is kind of like drawing wavy hair except the “S” shapes are much shorter and more condensed.

Pay close attention to how you want the hair to be chunked together and how the hair will fall over the head. These arrows show the direction in which the hair is being pulled into a bun. Think about the direction you want the hair to go in and what parts will overlap each other. Start to define more pieces of hair.

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2. Sometimes it helps to make associations. So think of a curl as a ribbon. They have many ringlets which stretch further apart near the bottom. Use curvy lines and avoid any straight lines in order to achieve a more realistic feel and flow. (4B)

Now that we have our plan, let’s start to fill it all in. Look again at your reference. Which direction is the hair going? Is it straight, wavy, curly or just all over the place? How long is it? In the case of my bangs, I am going to shade in a swooping motion that looks like a continuous form across my head. This will show that the group of hair is similar.

I added in thin lines underneath the outer layers to show dimension in the hair in order to show volume and create depth and overlap. I also added thin lines around the outer masses to show that the hair has dimension to it.

Work on one part of the hair at a time, while following the general direction in which the strands flow. In dark areas, don’t be afraid to press hard (I used a 6B to 8B for these areas). To bring out highlights, flatten your kneaded eraser and swipe it in the desired direction. The eraser will become too dirty after the first swipe, so fold it in and flatten after each stroke.

And of course let’s not forget good old beards and moustaches!

1. Practice drawing curls using a cylindrical shape. This will help you achieve realistic curls with plenty of volume.

Hair is made up of thousands of strands layered on top of one another. To save you the pain of drawing each individual strand, understanding shadows, midtones, and highlights will help you achieve realistic texture without all the extra time. I start by filling in the overall mass with a fancy midtone colour of my choice as a base colour. I then go in with a darker shade and add shadows around the sides of the mass following the direction of hair flow. For the final shine factor, add in thin highlights in areas that you want to pop forward.

Click here to go to the expanded version of this mini tutorial (more than 2000 words and tons of detailed images)

Also take notice of the highlights or sheen of someone’s hair. This will give your drawing a more rounded feel. I’m erasing pencil lines to give more highlight in the above image.

For hair ends, work outwards so your hair tapers nicely without looking too blunt and dull.

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Start to fill in the mass with more detailed lines to give the volumes more texture so that they don’t look like solid chunks.

It helps to make loose outlines of the skull before you start drawing hair. If you draw hair without the 3 dimensional shape of the human head in mind, it will lack volume and you risk chopping off a part of the skull. Hair hugs the head, but it isn’t plastered to it. For most people with long hair, you can expect at least 2 centimeters of “hair height” on top of their actual height and at least 2 centimeters on the sides as well.

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Are you struggling when it comes to drawing hair? Drawing hair can be an intimidating task for those who are just learning how to draw. With the overwhelming amount of detail and commitment required, many people lose their patience and resort to a series of sloppy scribbles.

You’ll first want to grab a reference photo. Maybe your favorite celebrity? Or, you could take a picture of yourself. That’s what I did! I made sure to focus on my hair. To draw all of this, I’m using graphite pencils (2H, HB and 3B) and general art paper.

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Before we put pencil to paper, let’s consider how hair behaves. Sometimes the part is in the center, other times its off to the side (like my hairstyle), but that’s a good place to start. As we travel down the head, hair often looks like it’s in sections. Maybe because of highlights or the texture, but it’s simple to point out different “parts of the hair.” We know that someone’s head is made up of countless strands, but it doesn’t always look that way, does it? This idea is the focus of our drawing. Instead of recording each individual piece, we’ll create sections of hair with some emphasis on certain groups of strands.

Drawing short hair is really no different than drawing long hair, except that you will find yourself covering less ground in the same amount of time because the strands are much shorter.

A head of hair contains many shades, so before you start scribbling away, take some time to determine where the light source is coming from and how it will affect the tonal value of the hair. If you are working off a reference image where the lighting is too soft, posterize the image or turn up the contrast using a free image editing program such as gimp in order to exaggerate the 3 different shades – Making them much easier to identify.

Now that you have the general feel to the hair, take some time and define some smaller strands. Use the soft lead to make dark, concentrated lines where you’d like to emphasize a small area of strands. It’ll make your drawing seem more natural to have a few pieces out of place.

Once you have the lighting down, start drawing boundary lines between groups of hair that appear to be overlapping. Decide where you want the light to fall and then outline those areas using the shadow lining technique. Shade your way around the highlights. If you often find yourself getting lost in the details, this step will help you keep track of the overall lighting so you can be more confident when drawing the individual hairs.

4. Use swift strokes to add texture. Break free from patterns and boring lines by overlapping or adding stray hairs. Be creative and look to reference images or even the mirror for inspiration. (4B, 8B)

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Drawing curly hair is really fun and absolutely great for building confidence when it comes to adding texture.

Drawing hair is probably one of my favourite things to sketch because you can be completely creative with it. You can invent a whole spectrum of new characters by changing them up with a radical hairstyle. Drawing hair is also great for practicing your brushstrokes if you are new to digital sketching; not forgetting to mention it feels extremely therapeutic to draw repeated wispy details. With a bit of study and practice you will be drawing luscious locks that look just like the real thing. Here is How to Draw Hair in Detail by Ashley Bachar.

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Having difficulty drawing heads? Click here to learn how to draw one from the front and here to draw one from side.

To create this messy bun (above), I drew four sections. In each section the hair is doing something different:

One tip to to consider when trying to achieve a look with hair that is tightly pulled back or wet is that it will appear flatter. You can draw the hair much closer to the scalp to create this effect. I am going for a slightly volumized look in my drawing, but you can also consider these other options for more straight hair (below).

Add a second layer of strokes. In this stage, I usually opt for a 0.5mm HB–4B for touch-ups and a very dull 6B to fill some white space without making it look too busy.

This is my longest tutorial to date! I hope it covers everything. If you want to see more tutorials like this one, please let me know. Also, don’t forget to share the love using the share buttons below 🙂 Does the thought of drawing hair make you cringe? Let me know in the comments!

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Another method you can try for practice, is rendering the hair completely in black and white and then overlaying the colour after so that you can easily translate visually without getting mixed up in your colour palette.

Hair can be unwieldy (just think of the frizz!), but, much like my tutorial on drawing shiny objects, we’ll break it up into multiple and manageable steps. With this in mind, it’s time to start drawing. I am going to first use my HB pencil. It’s soft but not too dark, which makes it easy to erase a mistake.

Not all hair is the same, which means you will need to alter your technique when you are drawing hair textures. With all the crazy hair types out there you want to be able to accurately portray each unique texture using the right strokes. Hair types generally fall into the three categories: straight hair, wavy hair, and curly. 

Start with a bald head. Once you’ve done this, our friend will be in need of a snazzy new hairdo.

When creating your first layer of pencil strokes, mix it up with a variety of different line weights. I use a mixture of dull and sharpened pencils as well as mechanical pencils. As you are creating each stroke, remember to press and then lift as you approach the area you want to highlight. Work your strokes inwards so they fade in the middle of the lock.

Tip: You can produce long, continuous and smooth lines using an overhand grip on your pencil  while harnessing the power of your elbow and shoulder instead of your fingers and wrist.

I’ll draw the face to get a sense of where my hair will go—This includes blocking in the eyes, nose and mouth, but just for placement purposes. I can use where they’re located on the face as a way to match where the hair falls against the head.

The top layer is much larger to show looseness in the bun. It is followed by a layer beneath showing hair that is pulled much tighter on the sides of the head. The bottom chunk is hair that is falling loosely at the bottom that is being pulled down as well by gravity.

The last section is the bun outline showing hair that folds and wraps into itself.

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Drawing hair isn’t just a bunch of lines in boring repetitive patterns. Use the 4 techniques below to make your drawings more interesting to the eye.

To some of us, drawing hair can be a nightmare. But a change in your approach can help you leave those fears behind. In this tutorial, I will introduce 4 simple steps for drawing realistic looking hair.

If you’re having difficulties drawing long hair because your pencil strokes are too short or choppy, try holding your pencil further away from the tip. This will give you more range of motion, producing longer, smoother strokes.

3. Pay attention to the highlighted areas of the hair and keep it consistent. For this example, the highlight is in the center. As you can see, the hairs closest to the front have more prominent highlights than the back. (6B)

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You can rough out the character’s hairline in a temporary layer. The blue coloured area represents the scalp which determines the edge of the hairline and where all the hair grows from. This is helpful when framing the face with hair and will help you as a guideline in determining where your characters hair is rooted.

The way you render the strands of hair makes a significant difference on the overall texture you are trying to emulate.

After I’ve roughed in those features, it’s time to look for shapes in the hair. Do any emerge? I notice that my long, sweeping bangs are a very bold shape across my forehead. Behind that are some textured areas, and then a small, dark area behind my ear because the hair is in shadow. Take your time noticing all the “shapes” that make up the ‘do. This is the most important part of your drawing. Think of it like planning stages. You wouldn’t want to move on without having everything in place!

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Outlines of various hairstyles you might want to consider to frame your characters face.

It seems we’ve gotten ourselves in a bit of a hairy situation! We’ve embraced the buzz of Movember and created this tutorial on how to draw hair in detail. (If you possess almighty beard growing capabilities, you need to read this review and it’s never too late to join the movement on the Movember Foundation website.)

The steps below can be used for drawing all sorts of hairstyles from short to long and straight to curly hair. So without any further ado, let’s jump right into the lesson! Here are 4 things you need to keep in mind when it comes to drawing realistic hair:

Keep doing this until you achieve desired results. If you want to create a shiny look or replicate harsh lighting, try to keep the highlights fairly clean. You can use an eraser if need be.

An average human head contains around 150,000 strands of hair. Just the thought of this can be very discouraging. First of all, you don’t need to spend 90% of your time meticulously drawing your subject’s hair. In fact, this step can be done so quickly it might even become your favorite step. The key to adding texture is using confident, steady strokes and maintaining a consistent flow.

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UPDATE: I’ve broken the steps down further (7 steps) in video format. It’s a really detailed video tutorial that covers 6 different hairstyles:

1. Construct the shape of the head and position the ear in the correct place. (4B) Click here to learn how to draw a head/face from the side and where to draw the ear. 2. Draw a loose outline of the hair using strokes that flow in the actual direction the hair is pointing. (4B) 3. Shade the dark areas, keeping in mind this step is for helping you see the big picture. (6B) 4. Add texture by working on one area of the hair at a time. Outlining groups of hair and then adding texture is also a good technique. For thin hair, use ‘v’ shapes to taper most hair ends. Keep in mind that thick hair usually does not taper at the ends. Instead, most hairs will stand on their own. (4B, 6B, 8B)

Before we get started we need to figure out what hairstyle we want to draw on our character. The easiest way to start is by locating the hairline and determining how the hair is going to fall over and frame the face.

There are as many hairline types as there are people, but here are a few general examples to get you started on drawing different frames.

Some people spend so much time on their hairdo. So, when the times comes, you’ll want to do it justice. These steps will help give the illusion of the real thing.

If the strands are shorter, make the marks appropriately short. Longer hair means longer shaded shapes. Basically, you’ll want to mimic the texture and length without drawing individual lines.

Let’s face it. Drawing a realistic portrait is challenging. Fun, but not the easiest thing to do. There are many components, and to me, it’s easier when we break it down into manageable steps. Today, let’s focus on the hair!

It contains additional tips, techniques and close ups so you see exactly what I’m doing.

You can add more or less detail depending on the level of realism you are trying to achieve.

Next, draw the overall volume of the hair and then break it up into pieces. Hair sits above the head so the overall mass will extend around the scalp. Big hair don’t care! There is no right or wrong way to draw hair as they come in different volumes and thicknesses. It all depends on how you want your character to look.

Are you ready to draw some hair? Let’s implement the steps and techniques above in the 2 mini tutorials below! Pencils I will be using: 4B, 6B, 8B

Once you’re confident in your image, erase the smudges. Congratulations, you’re done!

In order to draw hair with flow, you need to be aware of the structure underneath. For long hairstyles in their resting state, the hair flows down, hugs the head and wraps around the shoulders. Somewhat like a liquid. You want to begin by sketching the basic structure of the hair and keep your strokes loose and simple.



Rescue their life from your comfort zone, Although these pencil drawing approaches should help you realize the essentials with the channel , sometimes you need to be able to toss the rules away of the window and discover what works for a person . There`s nothing wrong using stepping outside of typically the box if it indicates achieving the effect a person want, says Healy. Experimentation will occur when a person step outside of of which box. But don`t get intimidated! The process is definitely entirely fun.

Try combining pencils along with watercolour, While pencils upon their own may be used to generate a wealth of distinct effects, it can end up being interesting to combine associated with other media. For instance , in her work, Healy loves to combine watercolour and even coloured pencils. It`s crucial to get started with watercolour and even then layer coloured pencils on top, she points out , because pencils can produce a waxy surface that will repels liquid, and inhibits the watercolour from placing into the paper. This kind of is a fun strategy to try out, your woman says. Both mediums include unique qualities and construction . Combining the two factors produces a medium all associated with its own.

Shield your paper, This will be a valuable pencil attracting technique for beginners: place a piece of document under me to steer clear of smudging your drawing whilst you`re working. It seems like clear , but it can become the downfall of some sort of great piece of function ! Healy also prefers to be able to mount her paper about a board, attaching this using a layer associated with matte medium. This assists keep things neat, and even provides a great surface to be able to work.

Create material , Fabric can range through sleek and shiny in order to matte and dull. Exactly how you shade it may help sell the thought of the information you`re striving to depict. In this design , von Reuden is attempting in order to capture the golden folds up of material found throughout the original image. He or she began by outlining typically the shapes and blocking out there parts of shadow.

Start off lightly and build by there, While i start painting , I plan and check out using loose lines, and even avoid committing ahead of time together with hard, dark lines, claims Chiu. As I improve my lines will alter , so checking and rechecking my work is essential . I darken my traces and add details in the end. I do not give attention to one area regarding too long in order to avoid overdrawing. Begin with an underdrawing, Artist Tim von Reuden likes to start together with a digital underdrawing that will he prints at 1 per cent Opacity. Preceding , you can observe the underdrawing regarding his sketch of the woman holding a staff members . He explains, I enjoy to keep it gentle so that it provides a foundation rather than a new final image.

Use a stump regarding soft blending, How an individual blend your work can easily have a big effect on the final result. With regard to a soft blended impact , try a blending stump. After each light coating , I very gently merge the coloured pencils using the stump, says US-based artist Jennifer Healy. May push too hard or perhaps the colour will adhere , making it tougher in order to softly blend. I replicate this process as frequently web site need. After numerous layers it produces the very soft and fragile look. This technique needs a little trial and mistake , though. Healy warns of which if you blend also softly, the stump can easily pick up colour that will you`ve already layered for the paper.

Unify your colors , Having an uniform technique to colour will assist take cohesiveness to your job . It`s a good concept to make sure that will your artwork has unifying colours, says Healy. `This consists of a specific colour palette, mood and also a way of spreading these types of over the entire art item . In addition, she indicates creating a harmonious basic by using tinted papers or adding a backdrop wash of colour (in paint). This will present through whatever you lie down on top of this , thus giving it a good appearance of cohesion. If I use coloured pencils, I`m fond of applying tinted paper produced simply by Kraft.

Master mixing up , Healy has a particular process for blending the woman coloured pencil work. The girl depends on an format , to check the type is proper before carrying out to coloured pencil (it`s much harder to get rid of coloured-in areas than a great outline). It also assists her plan where the particular highlights and shadows may fall. She then develops up colour using delicate layers. I love to be able to start out with very soft gentle layers to acquire a better notion of lights placement, shadows plus the shade palette, she says. Following each layer she mixes gently using the mixing stump. Once she offers reached a stage she`s happy with, she steps on to the ultimate step: adding an format . For this final coating , Healy uses coloured pencils alone, and does not really blend with a stump.

Develop your skills with these types of pencil drawing techniques, with regard to both graphite and female pencils. These pencil attracting techniques from top musicians will allow you to take your getting skills one stage additional , whether you`re using graphite pencil or coloured pencils. For many artists, pad drawing is the talent that introduced them in order to the art world, plus even if you`ve managed to move on to a different channel , understanding how to attract with a pencil may help you better your abilities elsewhere. These pencil pulling techniques cover many methods from the particular basics of mark-making to be able to advanced processes to press you out of your own comfort zone. We`ll present advice on the resources and materials you require to know, such while blending stumps, paper alternatives , and different erasers. When you`re a total starter , or just want in order to upgrade your kit, get a look at the guide to the very best pencils.

Utilize proper grip, The first phase is always to master how in order to hold a pencil effectively . Chiu recommends holding typically the pencil just like you could some sort of piece of charcoal, plus taking advantage of the particular side of the prospect to draw, rather as compared to the point. This assists maintain the pencil sharper intended for longer. When covering significant areas, I shade together with my pencil perpendicular in order to the line I`m sketching to get wide, smooth lines, he adds. Regarding details, I hold our pencil parallel to my personal lines to get sharpened , narrow marks. The sole time I use typically the thing is when I`m working on intricate information

Short on time? This above, from character custom made Bobby Chiu, runs by means of some pencil drawing related with action. For even more in-depth suggestions about composition in order to how to capture light-weight and shadow, have a look at our own art techniques article. Or even , for inspiration, check out this particular roundup of unbelievably reasonable pencil drawings.

Check and recheck, Before you begin tougher lines and detail job , it`s essential to be sure to have the correct type down. Chiu`s advice is definitely to check and verify again. I can nail straight down my drawing`s underpinnings just before I can add information . I really avoid speculating in the details: I desire to make sure almost everything is symmetrical and seem right before writing better and harder lines. This individual also suggests considering the work in a looking glass or through a digital camera . Considering different vantage factors is a great approach to highlight if anything is definitely crooked. I constantly inquire myself, does this think right? If anything appears off - even when I can`t immediately set my finger of what this is #NAME? have confidence in my gut and troubleshoot my drawing before carrying on with

Draw on your very own experiences, Dip into your own experiences to add an exclusive layer of authenticity in your piece, suggests Healy. This implies using something like the memory, feeling or smell when making your work. Intended for example, the special sensation you experienced when seated down with a buddy in a coffee shop, or perhaps a memory of any child years experience. You can get abstract or use hyperrealism. What you may choose makes the particular piece unique to a person . I`ve found that men and women resonate with these bits the most.

Try out different approaches to sets out , Another drawing technique issues line weight. As nicely as demarcating different items , lines can help stress shadows. Thicker lines could fade and disappear in to the shadows, which can support convey the 3D type , explains Chiu.

Categorise your current fabric, Von Reuden clarifies ways to add value plus shading to create additional layers of depth and even weight. He admits that will , when drawing and re-creating fabric, the types associated with wrinkles created can almost all be placed under 3 separate categories: hanging/relaxed, stretched/tension, and scrunched/compressed. Hanging cloth tends to be shed and have a going appearance. Stretched fabric makes long lines, usually using a point of help . Compressed fabrics bunch straight into each other, creating scrunched-looking areas.

Find the right document texture, The surface consistency you`re working on can make a big distinction towards the effects you can easily create. This is certainly referred in order to as the grain or perhaps `tooth` of the document . A rough tooth is definitely more visible, and the particular ridges will grip the particular colour from your pencils. Which has a smooth tooth, typically the ridges are very good , and there`s less traction . Healy finds this type of paper provides a great easier surface for blending together coloured pencils, although the girl warns that it`s likewise easy to perform the shade off the surface.

Know when should you prevent , The majority of performers can tinker with their particular work - even following they`ve signed their brand . I can always discover something to change in case I look hard good enough , so it can become difficult to inform when some sort of piece is truly done , says Chiu. However, be suspicious of overworking your item . `Eventually, I make the conscious decision to set my drawing away in addition to start something new, they continues. `That`s when I actually consider my drawing performed

Use contrasting concepts, A single drawing technique Healy makes use of in her work is usually to use contrasting principles within a piece regarding work, for instance, juxtaposing beauty and ugliness. I will use the beauty involving colours, flowers, the gentleness of skin or curly hair , along with the female form. I will also tend to work with something option opposite in order to all of that, for example bones, insects, sharp pearly whites , or anything that might provide discomfort to typically the viewer, she elaborates. `Somehow this provides an unique principle to a piece. In particular when the `ugly` parts substantially harder to spot with first. To me it is a very stark representation associated with what life is just like

Make use of the right eraser, There will be a few several types of eraser, and each is best suited to various things. You`ll definitely need a kneaded eraser. This has the putty-like consistency (it`s often known as putty eraser), and you knead that before and after employ . A kneaded eraser will be best for lightly finding up the coloured pad binding off the report . This works wonders if correcting mistakes, or in the event that you`re deliberately lifting color from an area including the eyes, says Healy. The gum eraser has the more solid consistency, plus is better if you`re trying to fully remove a coloured-in area. Des Reuden continues: I firmly believe in letting instinct take over in the particular creation process so My partner and i work with the underdrawing more as a guide . This implies the final outcome varies.

Mix up covering techniques, There are plenty of different pencil sketching techniques relating to covering . Chiu uses two primary approaches. The first is usually with all the traces going in the similar direction. `This makes my personal shading appear more natural, and helps my particulars pop out from the particular lines I`m using regarding shading, he explains. The particular second method involves doing work in patches of shade providing , to help define condition . Patches of lines sidestep the form, which aid keep things in point of view , he says. It is likewise great for backgrounds plus creating texture.

Beyond of which , different artists have diverse approaches to lines : you need to locate the style that`s best suited for you. I favor to use a distinctive outline in my a muslim , be it using thin sets out or bold outlines, ` says Healy. It can easily help pinpoint the audience`s eye to a specific area. In addition, it gives the stylised look, if of which is what you happen to be hoping to achieve. Chiu, however, prefers a diverse approach. I try to be able to avoid outlining my images because this tends to be able to make things look toned and deadens the 3 DIMENSIONAL effect. Breaks and places in my lines present form in the lamps and shadows.


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