LEARN HOW TO DRAW STRAIGHT HAIR AND HUMAN FACES DRAWING LESSONS
In this section, I'll be explaining how to end straight hair. If you'd like to know how to draw straight hair, read the Hair Basics tutorial. Lined up above are four drawing examples of how straight hair usually ends. The first is straight-lined. This is the kind that ends on a straight, clean line. All you need to do is draw a line at the end of the hair as shown in the close up at teh bottom. The second type of straight hair ending is pointed. Pointed end just are that - pointed. They are pretty much "V" shaped and are usually curved.
A very important thing I've learned in drawing is that the only way to do something well is to know it well. In fact, if you can't draw something completely from your mind, it means you don't know that something good enough. Can you draw hair completely from your mind? If you can't, that just means you don't really know what hair looks like. There's a simple solution. Study it.
You use slightly curved hatching lines of various lengths and values to draw realistic long straight hair. Skills include: identifying different approaches to drawing hair, drawing the contours of straight hair with curved hatching lines, and transforming a circle into a sphere.
Hair, hair is probably one of the most frustrating tasks to get right when starting your day for work or play. The only way I ever get my hair right is when it’s on paper. In this tutorial I will show you how to draw realistic hair. These are some
The blue one's the only one with straight hair (duh). Note that the hair's falling straight down, it doesn't go like the bad example to the right. The silouette of her hair (blue) suggests that it's straight hair, but the strands (orange) don't fall down; instead, they go everywhere.
This tutorial lays out the basic methods I use to draw mostly straight or slightly wavy hair in Photoshop. In this tutorial, we will give this basic human form.
A video which helps you to draw nice straight hair.
Drawing good looking hair is really a matter of learning how to represent this part of the human body with a minimum of lines to give the maximum effect. You have to carefully select which line you will use to draw the hair and which one you should NOT take. Take a good look at this picture and try to see how the movement is created with only a couple of lines.
Depending on the style, anime hair can be very complex. However, if you break it down into its basic components, the process of drawing anime hair becomes a little simpler. Like real hair, anime hair is composed of many strands. However, rather than drawing each individual strand, the hair is often drawn in various sized/shaped clumps, as shown here. These are some of the simplest forms of each hair style. Notice that in most cases, the outline is more curvy on the bottom of the hair clump. This is especially apparent on the top leftmost example; the lower line is curvier than the top line, giving the hair more depth and more of that anime-ish look. Sometimes this is highly exaggerated, and other times it is hardly noticable, but for most anime hair styles, each individual strand of hair will have this basic shape.
Strands of dead skin resting on heads and are considered beautiful. Of course, because its part of our creation.
The question is, How Do You Draw Them? I have no idea how to explain. Instead, I'll see if I can give helpful tips and amazing examples. Thus, I quickly formed a tutorial with sketches of hair styles.
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