How To Draw Realistic Hair In Pencil

In this tutorial The artist uses Bristol Paper, HB pencil, 6B Pencil, blended stump and a kneaded eraser. Once you have the kit then you can learn the skills. With an easy to follow guide the artist shows you what you can expect to achieve with your pencils by showing the photograph from which she works and a still image of the finished drawing. In the following 15 minutes you will be fully equipped to take on your own masterpiece with all the necessary skills to take on any hair style you want!

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    1. This Video was great! I’ve been searching alot for a good “how to draw hair” video and yours is the one that describes the best! 🙂 I’ve been thinking, just as you said, that the hair has to be drawn in lines 😉 Thank U verry much 4 this video! It helped alot! 🙂

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    2. Im 13 (swear im not lying) and I am on my way to realistic drawings but my only problem was hair… Only an hour ago I was drawing and the thought popped up in my head as I was drawing ‘maybe drawing hair is like doing the face; it takes time…’ lolThanx

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    3. This tutorial was fantastic! Hair has always been the hardest thing for me to draw, and my fellow artist friends haven’t been too successful in this area either (explaining it in some cases). I have lots of requests for drawings from portraits, they are a unique gift, ten different people could draw from the same picture and while the pose is the same, the drawings will be quite different, no one sees things in quite the same way.

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    4. 3:15 Finally she starts to frickin’ draw, I clicked this video to learn how to draw not to stare at a picture and listen to her go on about Glee and pretty hair and lights and darks, We can see it so you don’t need to go on and on about the shades and tints!

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    5. I scrolled down to see if ANYONE else had responded to this gaffe… alas: 1.Drawing skills are remarkable! I hope for a speedy end to pondering the possible reasons, why a talented and seemingly educated “teacher,” would be unaware of the word, “evolved?” It’s painful, really!

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    6. aw you’re so nice! I mean I think I have like a little of a gift to draw. I stopped drawing for a little while so I lost some of my abilities, but I’ve always loved it and I want to draw again and to try to advance but realistic stuff is so hard! I have a hard time with proportions/guidelines. I won’t give up though! Thank you for your kind words 🙂

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    7. This has helped me a lot! practically saved my life!! Thought i could do hair but havent drawn hair for a long time…started to draw it and it looked horrendous!! Found you video….it now looks brilliant!! So thank u very, very, very much! 😀 XXX

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    8. You make it look so easy and your stokes are amazing. Everything seems to flow together without flaw. I have a question and was wondering if this has ever happen to you. I have art block and it’s driving me nuts. You know how writers get writers block well I have art block and I don’t know how to get out of it. Can you help me with any suggestions on how to get out of this stuck I’m in.

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    9. Wow…this is exactly what I needed a tutorial on making the hear onna help me a lot….more realistic!!! This is gonna help me a lot. I draw in black and white primarily and the next tutorial I really need is doing teeth to look more realistic…in black and white. You are an Awesome artist!! Any other tuts coming up?

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    10. Wow…this is exactly what I needed a tutorial on making the hear onna help me a lot….more realistic!!! This is gonna help me a lot. I draw in black and white primarily and the next tutorial I really need is doing teeth to look more realistic…in black and white. You are an Awesome artist!! Any other tuts coming up?

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    11. Also, practice does indeed make perfect! I gave up drawing several years ago due to being so majorly busy and stressed out. I didn’t pick it back up until just recently and already I stepped up drastically! I can’t wait to draw this good!

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    12. hey i love this. but im working on hair. and i was very flat with alot of my hair. but now i wanna get better at it, because i wanna start charging for my drawings. but anyways. when it comes to dark hair. do i do the same concept and just keep erasing?

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