Here is everyone’s favourite anime/cartoonist Mark Crilley again with another video on how to draw manga characters. In this mid length video tutorial you will establish how best to draw an innocent looking manga girl in pencils. His easy to follow guide tells in depth exactly what you need to do to nail the key features like the chin, eyes and mouth. Have fun and see what you can come up with. An excellent video.
Artist Mark Crilley demonstrates his skills to show the viewer how to draw babies, teens and the adult female face using an easy step by step guide. Tried and tested methods and high quality narration secure all the components to make this a very worthwhile video for anyone wishing to up their game in pencil drawing. Everything is covered from measurements, proportions, feature placement (nose, mouth etc), shading and fine detailing. The finished result as I’m sure you will agree is a good one.
Using some blue mixed in with generous amounts of titanium white, Ross teaches the viewer how to paint very convincing waterfalls. In this first installment of the 19 part series you will learn about the use of the ‘fan brush’ and how it is applied to create the waterfall itself, alongside the splashes and foaming created. This is a very worthwhile series to explore if you want to become better and more confident with the brush and heavy loading of paint. As you would expect from Ross, his narrative is very full on and covers all the bases to guide you through to your finished masterpiece. Enjoy.
Now this isn’t something I am all too familiar with. However from the beginning of the video you don’t think much is going to happen after the graffiti artist talks to the camera whilst drinking wine. You then come to realise that he draws straight onto the canvas with no pencil guide work already in place and he is quite literally awesome. If this isn’t raw talent then I’m not sure what is. Heavy pen, cryptic shapes and some reds and pinks make this a ‘tag’ I think most people would be extremely proud of. Great video.
This beginner’s guide on how to draw a nose is ideal for the beginner artist as it uses basic geometry to describe the proportions of the nose and also goes at a steady pace to allow the viewer plenty of time with the pencil.
A 2B charcoal pencil has been used throughout the tutorial and after the basic shapes are laid out the use of simple line work is used to form all the features of the nose. There is then the next step of being brave enough to add the shading in the appropriate areas to give the nose its 3D appearance. This is a great educational drawing video which I’m sure will help a lot of people on their way to becoming better at drawing and sketching.