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  • Introduction I have introduced the Hair drawing tutorial so far, where I focused on some drawing techniques to achieve realistic hair look in a portrait. This time the tutorial is rather about drawing the whole portrait with all its parts enriched with useful tips. The tutorial aims at those of you, who are beginners or intermediate in drawing portraits and don't want to spend money for expensive artistic stuff. You need about four cheap pencils, charcoal, tissue or tortillion for blending, smudging eraser and ordinary eraser.

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  • Tài liệu tham khảo về Pencil Drawing Techniques dành cho các bạn yêu thích mỹ thuật.

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  • How to Draw Eyes? That is the question. Whether you just want to draw cartoon eyes or realistic eyes learning how to draw eyes will help you give your faces a lot more character. Drawing eyes is my favorite part about drawing the face. If you just sit down and study the eye for a minute you'll find that there is a lot more there than you probably realize. .To capture this on paper it doesn't hurt to have some basic knowledge of how the eye works and what makes it up. Now lets get to Drawing the Eye! When drawing...

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  • Let's get mooooo-ving and learn how to draw a cartoon cow! Once you've followed our udder-ly simple steps, you'll soon be leading the herd with your awesome artistic skills! STEP-1: Chewing the Cud with some Basic Shapes Ready to learn how to draw a cartoon cow? To create our cartoon cow, we first need to draw some basic shapes which will form the basis for our farmyard friend. Just tell us if we're 'milking' the cow jokes too much!First of all, draw an irregular box shape on its side for the head, followed by a larger box shape for the...

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  • Stand tall! It's time to learn how to draw a cartoon giraffe – the tallest animal in the land! This awesome creature is native to Africa and instantly recognizable thanks to her long neck and distinctive markings. So, let's rise above the rest and get our pencils at the ready as you add another amazing animal to your portfolio! STEP-1: The Long and Short of it – Giraffe Basics The first part of learning how to draw a cartoon giraffe is to sketch out that amazingly long neck, which our African princess needs to reach the tastiest leaves in the...

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  • Giddy up, pardner! In today's lesson, we're going to learn how to draw a cartoon horse. Once you've followed our easy steps, you'll be galloping along in no time and impressing friends and family with your amazing artistic skills. So, saddle up, grab your pencils and let's get going! STEP-1: Coming Out of the Stables with Some Basic Shapes The first part of learning how to draw a cartoon horse is sketching out some basic shapes which will form the basis for our awesome equine illustration.First of all, draw an oval shape, followed by an irregular, larger circle beneath as in...

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  • Learning how to draw a rhinoceros has never been easier. No need to head down to the zoo or go on a safari, you're going to make your very own rhino come alive right before your very eyes with just a few simple steps. Sharpen your pencil and follow along below. STEP-1: Start with the Head and Body Shapes Make two ovals approximately the same size. The difference between them is that one will be vertical for the head while the other one will be horizontal for the body. These ovals will be overlapping each other. Then at the top...

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  • Get busy like a beaver and learn how to draw one of these cute critters with our easy-to-follow steps. Learning how to draw a cartoon beaver couldn't be simpler, so grab your pencils and follow us down to the river bank where we’ll get better acquainted with our furry friend! STEP-1: Let’s Get Beavering Away with a Basic Outline These busy little critters can always be found down by the river building their lodges, dams and canals. So, let's get busy too and begin our drawing of a cartoon beaver by sketching out the basic outline. First of all, draw...

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  • Do you want to learn how to draw a cartoon brown bear? Don’t get grizzly! Impress your family and friends with your supreme sketching skills when you follow our simple steps and learn how to draw a cartoon brown bear. Put a pencil in your paw and let’s get started! STEP-1: The Bear Necessities –Drawing the Basic Shapes of our Cartoon Bear Bears have always played a big part in popular culture, including the famous Disney film, Brother Bear. Now, it’s your turn to add to this rich heritage by learning how to draw a cartoon brown bear! First of...

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  • Do you know how to draw a cartoon cheetah? Quick, blink and you'll miss this awesome athlete! With incredible markings and super-fast speeds, the cheetah is easy to spot (geddit?) – it's keeping up that's the problem! However, once you've followed our simple steps, you'll be up and running after you've learned how to draw a cartoon cheetah the easy way! STEP-1: No 'Cheeting'! Let's Start with the Basics 'Feline' creative? The first part of learning how to draw a cartoon cheetah is to sketch some basic shapes which will help us create our cool cat. ...

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  • Why not hatch a plan to learn how to draw a cartoon chick? It's easy if you follow our step-by-step guide and you'll soon be flapping your wings as you impress friends and family with your cracking creative skills! STEP-1: Coming out of your Shell with some Basic Shapes The first part of our lesson in how to draw a cartoon chick is to sketch some basic shapes which we can then build upon to create our feathered lil' friend. Draw a large circle for the head and sketch two small circles for the eyes. ...

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  • Roll up, roll up! In this lesson, we're going to learn how to draw a cartoon hedgehog – a small, spiny mammal that's native to Europe, Asia, Africa and New Zealand. So, don't be shy – get your pencils at the ready and follow these simple steps to drawing our prickly friend! STEP-1: Sketching out the Basic Shapes of our Cartoon Hedgehog Are you ready to learn how to draw a cartoon hedgehog? This is going to be some prickly fun! Let's get started on our cute critter by drawing a large circle with a smaller, irregular triangle at the...

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  • Penguins are everywhere! Wouldn't you want to learn how to draw a cartoon penguin? If there’s one movie guaranteed to be a box office smash, it’s a film featuring penguins. Whether starring in Happy Feet, March of the Penguins or Surf’s Up, these unique birds always manage to break the ice with audiences across the globe. Our little buddy here looks a little sad (maybe he really wants to fly?), but learning how to draw a penguin by following our four easy steps will soon put a smile upon your face! STEP-1: Sketching the Body For our first step in...

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  • This butterfly drawing tutorial relies heavily on the video at the bottom of this page so don't forget to watch it either before or after you've finished the text part of this drawing lesson. I wanted to show how I would approach a realistic drawing of a butterfly so while this is in the step by step drawing section of the site I hope that you can take away so much more than just how to draw a butterfly drawing. By the time you have finished the video and text in this tutorial you'll have a handful of new...

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  • Unless you are a cartoon artist, drawing realistic ears is one of the the hardest parts of the human body you will ever learn to draw. Not because it is hard to draw - but because very few artists think it is important. I mean, after all "it is nothing but an ear!" Ok, I know I just said it was hard, but let me show you how to approach drawing realistic ears in a way that will make drawing them seem like a piece of cake. Observing a human subject and their body parts is a challenge, especially attempting...

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  • Introduction Face drawing is something that I have come to absolutely love, I'm going to say this again - absolutely love. BUT....It wasn't until I actually began to study the face in detail that I started to love portrait drawing. It's not that hard once you know the proportions of the face, but the problem is, that in my experience, many teachers are not well versed in face drawing proportions or how to construct a head, and advise you to draw by seeing only. I'm going to demystify the head here for you and give you a system for portrait...

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  • I know when I learn to do something for the first time that it helps if I can actually interact and "do" the activity at hand. Nothing could be truer then when learning to draw, especially when learning how to draw a face. If you just start drawing the eyes, a mouth, and a nose, you may come up with a pretty decent portrait; then again you may come out with something that looks like an abstract drawing. You might even come up with something that will change the shape of the modern art world. Even if that does...

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  • There has been a growing fascination over the past century with the emotional and psychological aspects of children’s art expressions, particularly from the fields of psychology, psychiatry, and art therapy. Drawing has been undeniably recognized as one of the most important ways that children express themselves and has been repeatedly linked to the expression of personality and emotions. Children’s drawings are thought to reflect their inner worlds, depicting various feelings and relating information concerning psychological status and interpersonal style.

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  •  Timothy the Toucan inspired every budding artist with this engaging introduction to drawing. This colorfully illustrated book is loaded with fun projects which teach kids basic and imaginative drawing techniques. Includes a 32-page instruction booklet, drawing pad, pencil, sharpener, eraser, colored pencils, crayons, tracing paper, and stencil rulers. Children will love all the Let's Start characters in the series which includes the following: Numbers, Alphabet, Collage, Drawing, Modeling with Clay, Painting, Sand Art, and Stamp Art. Not for children under three years of age.

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