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Drawing hair should be fun...yet over and over again, I see students who feel it's one of the hardest parts of drawing a portrait. The fear of ruining their picture keeps them from being able to relax and lay the hair down with gentle, natural strokes. So your first assignment is to relax and enjoy it. Having a plan to follow can you help you do that. Of course, laying the foundation is important in any new adventure, so naturally it's where we will begin when drawing hair. The set-up and fundamental techniques shown in the series will give you a new perspective on how to approach drawing different hair types and textures. Each hair study builds on the simple techniques you have learned with the 5-Pencil Method such as the tapered stroke, tracking, and building the patches. You will see how these simple exercises can apply to drawing hair textures that have dimension and take on a realistic quality that satisfies the mind of the viewer.
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