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Pencil portrait drawing

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How to draw the head – Realistic portrait proportions front view – Mary Li Art

Portrait drawing can be very difficult, you not only need to draw the facial features correctly, but you also need to place them in the right places in order to produce a believable face. Placing the facial features in the wrong area and drawing them in the wrong size will make you lose likeness inRead More

Pencil Portrait Holiday Special

A Pencil Portrait commission, conte pencil and white pastel pencil, 10x8" This Christmas Season I'm back at the annual fine craft show at Rolling Oaks Mall in San Antonio Texas, and I'm having a SALE! 50% Off All Pencil Portraits!* (as seen on my site RitaKirkmanDrawings.com. You MUST mention this blog post when ordering to get the deal!) This is an unprecedented special offer for this Holiday Season only and will very likely never happen again. Expires Dec. 24, the last day of the Craft…

Check out this step-by-step method of drawing the head’s proportions with this easy to follow guide! Great help when teaching portrait drawing. #drawing #portraits #teachingart

By Vladimir London in Art Tutorials > Drawing Tips When drawing from life, I often see art students do their best to depict the eyes, nose and mouth as they see them on a model. . . forgetting, however, to first draw the overall construction of the head. This is like decorating walls before ever building the house—and just like building a house, “building” the head in a portrait drawing requires some crucial knowledge of proportions and measurements. So today I’m going […]

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Mother Teresa by gregchapin.deviantart.com on @DeviantArt

Description Mother Teresa 1910-1997 (graphite on smooth bristol paper) I want you to be concerned about your next door neighbor. Do you know your next door neighbor? Mother Teresa