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How to Draw Faces Step by Step.

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Focusing on how to draw faces in a very detailed step-by-step manner. We work with three different models and poses. This is an example of my own daily practice sessions. Most times I focus only on the lay-in of the portrait without going into shading. This allows me to practice setting up a portrait for success. Then later in fully rendered drawings and paintings I can move faster and more accurately. At least that’s the goal and this drawing practice works well. Try this exercise!!!

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“It is only by drawing often, drawing everything, drawing incessantly, that one fine day you discover, to your surprise, that you have rendered something in its true character.” -Camille Pissarro

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  1. I wanted to practice drawing the structure of the face, the woman in your first drawing, but couldn’t think of what it’s actually called.

    When started on the woman, I realized that was what I was looking for. I couldn’t find an example of that in my playlist till now.


  2. I understand you're the student in the Watts Atelier (rather advanced, I would say).
    Your videos are great and honest. By that I mean you rarely see an artist doing so long, live and learnable videos on regular basis.
    The only one thing I noticed quite a few times, is that your observational abilities could probably get some more practice.
    While your grasp of methodology and rules while doing a lay-in (also your control of the pencil) are almost flawless, your "transforming what you see onto paper" could be a bit better (of course only if those differences between reference and drawing are not intentionally made; if they are then sorry 😁).

  3. "I have a tenancy to make the forehead a little big". This is an deceptively insightful comment because I think for the most part, developing artistry is a lot about taking note those sorts of things. I see people making the same mistake over and over, but taking moments to do those micro improvements are actually huge.

  4. Definitely keep full length real time videos. I hate those time lapse things. Awesome lesson, easy to understand and easy to follow. Thank you so much🙏🙏🙏

  5. I just started drawing 2 months ago an i just happen to stumble across your page an i love it here, you're my new teacher this is amazing…😍

  6. this guy has a very relaxed voice. like calming. i got relaxed just listening and watching this. like meditation kinda.. great work. keep it up

  7. One of the most important advantages of his channel is that you do not speed up the video, so we can learn the finer details. I hope that you continue with your beautiful way of photographing calmly and thank you very much for your effort and your trouble for us.

  8. Really good work. Indeed. But in my opinion the chin of models 2 and 3 should be a bit larger. I mean the scale of the chin part in comparison with the nose. I didn't measure it but I have this feeling. Please correct me if I'm wrong.


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