Apr 252017
 

How to draw hair in charcoal is one of the most challenging to learn. Before I even knew how to draw hair renderings, I myself was curious to know how to create this realistically. I did not stop practicing until I perfected doing this. I invite you to see my hair drawing and shading tutorial in charcoal renderings. In these series of steps you will learn in detail easy ways to render and shade the hair. I recommend this book because it is a great example where you can learn the different ways to draw the face and also the hair. In addition, this portrait tutorial video Radiant Portraits in Colored Pencil (w/ Kerry Brooks) is a great mix to strengthen your knowledge in portrait drawing in color especially in drawing the hair. I highly recommend them!

At the end of this portrait case study (Step-23 Girl) post, you will be able to watch my free video tutorial about this topic. After watching it, I recommend that you follow my next video so that you can continue learning the complete steps to render the hair. If you miss the earlier steps of this tutorial case study please check them here.

HOW TO DRAW REALISTIC HAIR – EASY AND BASIC STEPS

1. First figure out the general shape and form of the hair. how to draw hair easyAn example is if the person in the photo have bangs and the general shape of bangs could be rectangle in a horizontal position across the forehead. Draw this using a pencil with a lighter shade.

Then locate the general shape of the right and left side group of hair in the head which could be an imaginary horizontal rectangles on both right and left side of the head. Draw them respectively.

2. Then fill up inside each of those general shapes with a few line strokes using a pencil with light tone to simulate the hair strands of the hair in the photo.

3. Observe carefully the hair strands and make sure they are balance according to the light and shadows in the photo.

4. Clean up the basic hair drawings by erasing the unnecessary sketches before applying the shadings.

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HOW TO SHADE HAIR REALISTICALLY IN DETAIL

As you noticed this topic is the continuation of the basic hair drawing mentioned above. We will go deeper in this hair shading tutorial.

1. Remember I mentioned earlier to identify the major shapes of the hair parts like the bangs which show an imaginary rectangular shape. It is very important that you fill up each major shape that you find, with a medium tone shade using a big round white bristle brush by dipping it on a powder charcoal.

2. After doing that, you will have an even tone of shades in all the major shapes you identify. Next render the small hair strands around the head especially by starting it with the bangs as it is shown in this case study.how to draw hair step by step for beginners

3. Using a small tiny round white bristle brush, apply each individual hair strands by dipping it in the powdered charcoal. You can start with the upper part of the head which is the bangs as in this case study, then add some in the right and the left side of the head where you can see some hair strands.

4. Then once you are done with these hair strands reapply again some shadings by blending it from the top to the bottom of the head and from the left to the right side and vice versa. Apply this to as many layers as you can until you reach the point where it is very dark. I suggest that you watch the video below to understand clearly what I meant.

5. Then your next step is to work on the hair highlights. To do this grab a kneaded eraser. Check out your photo and see the areas where there are hair highlights then copy those highlights by doing some strokes using the kneaded eraser in each of the hair strands.

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Sep 092016
 

It is quite challenging to learn how to draw a portrait if we don’t know also how to draw realistic hair step by step which is important in the overall feature of the face. I did sketch the face carefully from the beginning using a grid and shaded them slowly until it reached the desired tones and shadings.

I realized that to draw and shade a portrait is not complete if we don’t really know the skills and tricks in drawing the hair. Some of the obstacles to encounter is if the hair does not look real we tend to search for the correct techniques and there is no where to find it. In addition, if the hair strands do not seem to flow life like and do not resemble the natural look. We become discouraged and hopeless. In this free video tutorial you will discover the hidden secrets.

This is the continuation of my portrait case study (Step-22 Girl). You will learn how to apply shadings to the hair and how to make it look realistic. I will be using charcoal to render the hair but in a powdered form. You will see me using it from the start. This type of technique will give a photographic effect as if the hair looks real.

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Things To Consider To Render The Hair

  • prepare the compressed charcoal and make it powdered
  • use a thick round white sable brush
  • dip your brush to the powdered charcoal
  • start shading the space where the hair is located
  • shade it flat from light to dark
  • start making the highlights by using kneaded eraser
  • use a Steadtler pencil #6B or #8B to add some hair strands
  • use kneaded eraser to apply the hair highlights

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Aug 312016
 

In this article you will learn how to draw portraits with charcoal in easy step by step process. I was commissioned to do this family portrait using their photographs. The unique part here is that each of their face came from different pictures.

I just picked their best photo from the other pictures they showed me then I put them all together as if taken in one photograph. Of course you want to achieve excellence that in the future you will be able to draw the best family portraits. You will also master the correct renderings to draw faces with charcoal.

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How To Draw Portraits With Charcoal

  1. SKETCH IT – Then once I picked the best pictures I started sketching them one by one. The strategy that I used sketching it is by tracing the pictures and not by using the grid which I showed before. First I printed the head in the size that will look proportionate to the illustration board that I will apply the sketches on.
  2. TRACE THEM – I added some pencil renderings behind the printed pictures. I started tracing the facial lines using a pencil or even the best to use a pointed stick that does not leave any lines so that it won’t mess up the picture you are copying.
  3. CHECK PROPORTIONS – Then I finished tracing the rest of the other photographs and making sure that their proportions are correctly drawn. After that I applied the shadings to the face.

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4. PREPARE THE CHARCOAL POWDER – Before I did that I prepared the charcoal powder to use for the shadings. This is the secret in making a realistic effect to draw a charcoal portrait.To prepare the charcoal powder you have to get a charcoal compressed black chalk or black pastel. Then get a sandpaper preferably the fine one, then start rubbing your black pastel.You will then have to collect the fine residue caused by it. Use it by applying in your brush, then slowly apply your first shading on the face.

5. APPLY SHADINGS – Start by rendering the whole face slowly starting from very light to little by little going to the darker tones. Then I applied shadings to the other parts of the face like the nose, lips, eyes, ears, etc. In this stage it is also best to know how to draw the hair with charcoal. Check this tutorial on how to do it.

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 I advise you to go to my first portrait case study girl to learn the steps on how to apply shadings using charcoal powder.

This way you will see the detailed procedures on how to draw portraits with charcoal using brushes and the charcoal powder.

 

 

 

 

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Dec 202015
 

This is a tutorial to learn how to shade hair with charcoal. Can you draw the hair realistically? In this post you will also learn how to draw realistic hair using this medium. If you have difficulty shading the hair you will also learn how to apply it with pencils and charcoal.

To start learning, view my video tutorial below about my step by step process.

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Dec 182015
 

In this video tutorial you will learn an easy way to apply shading techniques with pencil for portraits and using charcoal as the main medium. You will also learn a unique way to draw and shade realistic portrait with the use of brushes and charcoal powder. When you start drawing the face, use the pencil to sketch it and you will also use it in some areas where you need to render on top of the charcoal.

Don’t miss the earlier steps on how to draw and shade a portrait in charcoal. Click here to see all of them.

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Dec 182015
 

In this tutorial you will learn a different way to apply portrait shading techniques in drawing a face using pencil and charcoal. Learn how to do it by watching this free video and follow how I do it.

After viewing it I encourage you to practice what you have learned. Practice often and you will see great improvements in your portrait drawing skills.

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Dec 182015
 

In this tutorial you will learn how to shade a face with charcoal and pencil technique renderings applying it on the portrait. Great for beginners and professionals. The medium use for this portrait is charcoal powder using bristle brushes and some pencil strokes. I encourage you to watch this video tutorial from the beginning to end, so that you will learn the secret on how to shade a face realistically. If you have not seen the other videos before this, I invite you to view my Youtube channel and watch the rest of the videos that you have missed.

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Dec 172015
 

In this video tutorial you will learn how to shade a face with charcoal and pencil the correct way. When we are just starting in learning how to shade a portrait most of the time the result looks unrealistic. You will learn here how to shade correctly that will look realistic.

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To follow my step by step process from the start of this PORTRAIT CASE STUDY-1 GIRL please click this link and learn from there.

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Dec 172015
 

It’s a challenge to learn how to draw female lips smiling and know also how to shade them. In this post you will learn how to apply shade with pencil and charcoal. I do it in a unique and different way where I use white sable brushes to render it smoothly. Doing so it gives an effect that is realistic. Check this video below to learn the steps.

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Nov 102015
 

I am progressing a lot working on this PORTRAIT CASE STUDY-1 GIRL and I arrived to the stage where I want to show you how to draw lips step by step with pencil and charcoal to create a realistic female lips. I invite you to watch this video and I am very sure you will learn a lot. This is for beginners and experienced artists who want to improve and explore more in drawing the lips.

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Feb 232015
 

In this tutorial you will learn how to draw realistic lips with pencil and charcoal particularly drawing the female lips smiling. There is a big difference when you draw a female and male lips. In this video you will discover how to draw the female lips the correct way. I invite you to watch also the rest of the other videos before this so that you will know exactly the steps when I started working on this PORTRAIT CASE STUDY-1 GIRL. Click here to see them.

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Jan 192015
 

Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-13 Girl)

In this post you will learn how to draw realistic noses step by step in charcoal and you will also learn how to shade a nose when drawing. This is a continuation of the last post that I did which is also the renderings and shadings of a nose.

You will see my progress on how much I have done so far and with this you will learn how to do it the correct way. I also want to let you know that this is the PORTRAIT CASE STUDY-1 GIRL that I created which has series of video tutorials from start to finish. If you have not seen yet the rest of the videos please click this link to view them.

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Jan 032015
 

Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-12 Girl)

In this post you will learn how to draw realistic nose step by step for beginners. I’ve been progressing working on this PORTRAIT CASE STUDY-1 GIRL and I am in the stage where I am finishing rendering the nose.

I thought this is the best time to show you how I render it using a pencil and charcoal medium to finish this case study, especially those of you who subscribed to my free portrait in charcoal and pencil mini-course.

If you love to learn how to draw portrait, this tutorial is good for you whether you are a professional or just a beginner. I invite you to view the video below and learn how to sketch and render the nose.


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Nov 302014
 

Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-11 Girl)

Probably by now you have learned a lot drawing a portrait from a photograph and today in this post I will show you how to draw a girl’s eye step by step in pencil and charcoal. This is also a continuation of my PORTRAIT CASE STUDY-1 GIRL where I am showing a portrait tutorial renderings from start to finish.

You will learn the tricks drawing a beautiful female eye. You will also discover how to draw the woman’s face by following regularly this portrait case study. Learn by watching the video below. Find out the rest of the other videos here.

Watch this to learn how to draw a female eye. Video created by Jude Maceren

Aug 042014
 

Most of the time when I started drawing or even painting I always tend to have lots of my art materials spread around on top of my drawing table which showed that I needed a tote tool bag to organize my stuff. Such things that were scattered were: my different kinds of dark lead and colored pencils, brushes, acrylic paints in tubes, colors in bottles, etc.

I said to myself this should not be happening again! It tend to distract my flow of creativity. I lost many stuff like; the colors in tubes that I have to apply for my painting, the dry brushes that I am suppose to use rendering my charcoal portrait. I can’t find them! It slows down my productivity. The time I spent looking for these things made me finish longer than I expected.

The good news, I found a solution to this! One of my students one day came with a tool tote bag which can also be used for artists and carpenters. This is perfect I said to her! She placed everything all her colors, brushes, etc. in a nice and organize way.

I fall in love with it and she saw me how much I like it. So one day she came to attend my art class and got me another one. I said to her…is this for me? She said, what do you think? Finally, that’s the end of my disorganize way of keeping my art materials. This made my day! Below you will find a link where to get this. I highly recommend this if you want to be organized in your art studio. Enjoy!

 

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I personally use Staedtler Pencils HB, 2B, 4B, 6B and 8B which gives a very black tone, good to render for the hair and dark shades for shadows. To erase some lines and shades or to make highlights I use soft kneaded eraser and hard eraser. Rendering the shades like to do shadows, tones and to render also the hair realistically I use hard chalk black pastel by making it powdery using a sand paper stick. I also use different sizes of white sable brushes applying the powdered pastel to blend the shades smoothly.

If you are doing a graphite portrait or sketching the face to start a portrait these tools are very helpful. Below you will see a few good and affordable drawing pencils brand that you can check and try. I will be adding some other new good ones in the future.

You have to get also the other materials to use like hard and soft kneaded erase, sand paper stick, sharpeners, hard black pastel sticks, sketch pad or illustration boards, etc. I will create in the future another post that will show you where to get these other art materials. Some of these are already enclosed in the packages below. I can say that these types of products are popular among pencil portrait artists in the world.

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Jul 042014
 

Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-10 Girl)

This is the continuation of my PORTRAIT CASE STUDY-1 GIRL where I showed some charcoal portrait drawing tips. This is great for beginners because you will see the basic on how I started working on this up to this stage.

Observe very well how I draw the eyes and applied shadings using pencil and charcoal powder in dry brush. It’s very important to know the anatomy of the eye and eyebrows so that you will know exactly where to apply the light and shadows.

I invite you to view the rest of the video tutorials of this PORTRAIT CASE STUDY-1 GIRL and learn the steps on how I created this from the beginning up to this stage.

Jun 172014
 

how to draw an eye studyPortrait Case Study-1 (Step-9 Girl)

I will continue the renderings on how to draw eyes and eyebrows of a human face step by step. I already did a lot of renderings especially when you saw me working on the eye and eyebrows on my earlier video series of this portrait case study. I’m almost finish with the eyes and did the eyebrow arch and now I will continue more on adding shades on this.

It is important to watch this video if you are serious about learning how to draw portrait. In this video, I demonstrated in detail on how to render realistic eyes and eyebrows. Please feel free to write your questions and comments below.

To follow how I did this from the beginning, I invite you to check these other videos which are part of this portrait case study. Click these links below and start learning!
Step-1 and 2 Girl, Step-3 Girl, Step-4 Girl, Step-5 Girl, Step-6 Girl, Step-7 Girl


Watch this video and learn how to shade the eyes and eyebrows, Portrait Case Study-1
(Step-9 Girl). Video created by Jude Maceren

Jun 032014
 

Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-8 Girl)

Drawing the face is my favorite and it is easy to do. Now I will continue to work on how to draw eyes step by step in charcoal and pencil. This lesson is good for beginners because I documented my procedures from the beginning I sketch it up to its final stage.

This is also an excellent reference source for professionals who want to improve or get some new ideas of style for their portrait projects. If you have not seen my previous video tutorials yet for this PORTRAIT CASE STUDY-1 GIRL I invite you to check them out below so that you won’t miss any tutorial on how I created it step by step.

Please watch the Youtube video tutorials below and start learning! Click these links below. Enjoy!
Step-1 and 2 Girl, Step-3 Girl, Step-4 Girl, Step-5 Girl, Step-6 Girl, Step-7 Girl

Learn the steps to drawing an eye in this video tutorial, Portrait Case Study-1
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May 302014
 

Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-7 Girl)

One of the most challenging part to learn drawing the human face is how to draw an eye. In this Portrait Case Study -1 Girl, you will learn how to draw and shade realistic eyes and you will also learn how to draw eyebrows.

In the early stages of this series you have learned how to draw an eyeball step by step by drawing a female eye. I invite you to pay attention in this Youtube video tutorial below to grab new lessons in drawing charcoal and pencil portrait. If you can get a piece of paper and follow how I draw the eye that would be a great idea so that you will learn fast.

Remember practice makes perfect! So practice very often on what you have learned in this post. So that you will not miss my video tutorials in this case study, I invite you to visit these links below and start learning from the beginning:
Step-3 Girl, Step-4 Girl, Step-5 Girl, Step-6 Girl

Video tutorial on how to draw an eye in drawing the face from a photo a Portrait Case Study-1
(Step-7 Girl) Video created by Jude Maceren

May 242014
 

A Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-5 Girl)

I have a portrait case study that I am documenting here in my blog and this time I’m going to show you how to draw portraits from a photo. This tutorial is good for those of you who are looking for a step by step video tutorials for beginners. If you have not seen yet the rest of my Youtube videos in this Portrait Case Study-1 Girl series please click these links below to watch them and start learning:
Step-1 and 2 Girl, Step-3 Girl, Step-4 Girl


Video tutorial on drawing portrait from a photo Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-5 Girl) Video created by Jude Maceren

May 132014
 

A Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-6 Girl)

In this post you will learn how to apply shade to portraits get and the effect of realistic faces. This is the 6th step in my first Portrait Case Study series. I will teach you the techniques on shading and blending charcoal portraits. You will also learn how to shade drawings with pencil for beginners and how to draw a realistic face with pencil.

You will learn the secret steps in making this charcoal portrait by using this dry brush portrait video tutorial. You will also discover the drawing materials that I used in making this portrait drawing come to life.

If you are just a beginner or a professional artist who wants to improve certain skills in drawing faces, this tutorial is perfect for you.

Don’t miss the other lessons before this post of my PORTRAIT CASE STUDY-1 GIRL! I invite you to click and view them here: Step-1 and 2 Girl, Step-3 Girl, Step-4 Girl, Step-5 Girl

This is the (Step-6 Girl) of this Portrait Case Study-1 Girl video series. Subscribe to Jude Maceren Youtube channel to follow the rest of the video tutorials of this portrait case study.

May 052014
 

A Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-4 Girl)

I’m excited to show you how I am progressing from my Portrait Case Study-1 of a girl which in this video tutorial you are going to see the continuation on how to sketch a portrait using a grid.

It is sometimes difficult for me to manage my time since I’m teaching art on the side, painting and creating portraits as well, but nothing can stop me from this, since drawing portrait is my passion. Great, that I was able to find a free time and got a chance to post here.

This portrait case study will help you in your journey to learn how to draw a realistic portrait from photograph. It is a step by step process showing myself doing the charcoal and pencil portrait from start to finish. I encourage you to watch this so that you will learn how to draw a portrait of someone.

You will see me guiding you in detail what materials to use from sketching the face using a grid to render a portrait in charcoal by means of pencil and dry brushes. You will get a realistic and photographic effect using this style.

If you have not seen yet the rest of the video tutorials, I encourage you to go over them here, (Step-1 and 2 Girl) and (Step-3 Girl) and start learning from the beginning. If you have any questions please feel free to ask by writing your comments below or posting them in my Facebook Fan Page.

This is the (Step-4 Girl) of the video series Portrait Case Study-1. You will learn how to use a grid to capture the likeness of the picture. Please subscribe to my Youtube channel to keep track of all the video tutorials of this portrait case study. Click here Jude Maceren

 

Apr 302014
 

A Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-3 Girl)

If you are just starting out in portrait drawing this topic on how to draw portraits for beginners will teach you how to transfer a portrait image from a photograph to a paper and you will also learn how to make a sketch with pencil and charcoal drawings.

The big challenge is sketching the image of the face exactly the same as the picture. In this Youtube video you will learn how to use a grid to help you start sketching the picture and you will also learn how to get a likeness in portrait drawing. The main knowledge in this tutorial is how to sketch a portrait using charcoal and pencil which can be applied also using other mediums.

If you have not seen the previous videos yet, I encourage you to watch them so that you will learn from the beginning the step by step process on how to create a charcoal portrait. Click here to see them. Below is the video (Step-3 Girl) the third part of the series of video tutorials that I created from my Portrait Case Study-1.


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Apr 012014
 

A Portrait Case Study-1 (Step-1 and Step-2 Girl)

This is my first realistic portrait case study that I am going to show you so that you will learn how to draw your own with my step by step video tutorial from start to finish. The first part to create this portrait from a photo using charcoal is to show you how to draw using a grid.

The first thing to do to sketch the face of the person to a paper is to make vertical and horizontal grid lines. You will get more instructions as you watch the videos below. Most of the time drawing a portrait is to enlarge the face in the picture when you transfer it in paper or illustration board. how to draw pencil portraits - beginners

Inside this video you will see me using a grid system or worksheet to capture the likeness of the image that I am working on. You will see in these series of videos my steps in drawing portraits with charcoal and pencil using dry brush. Watching this is even more than just reading a pencil portrait book.

After you watch the two videos below you may click these links to continue learning. I invite you to click and view them here: Step-3 Girl, Step-4 Girl, Step-5 Girl, Step-6 Girl which will help you learn how to sketch the portrait and get exact likeness of the photo. I will show you different pictures and faces of persons that I will be working on in the future. Basically you will learn how to draw pencil and charcoal portraits from photographs.

I invite you to keep an eye on these video tutorials so that you will learn exactly what I did. Below are the first videos of this series. I encourage you to get a pencil and paper to take notes. You may also start your own new portrait by following this tutorial in that way you can practice as you watch.

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of the video tutorials of this portrait case study

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