"Top 10 ways to draw the head" Video tutorial series


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This is the poster for my first tutorial series "Top 10 ways to draw the head"

In this series, I demonstrate 10 different ways to draw the head, methods like Loomis,reilly,Hogarth,bridgman,jack hamm, even going into Manga, Comics, Disney and caricature. With bonus videos comparing some of the styles and finally a video about the method I use myself for my portraits.

In total this series took about a month in the making. Hope you enjoy it and learn from it.

Check out the series playlist here



Just for how long have you been drawing to be able to draw in all of these styles and capture them this nicely? man, you have some god-tier skills if you can capture all of these styles even when you don't make works with these styles all the time, i know if i were to draw hyper-realistic stuff and then switch to something like Eastern anime my entire style would get ruined.
Watched the whole series btw, it was pretty nice and informative, great job on the series and the drawings. :)

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rainwalker007 responds:

Its so refreshing to hear that. This is my first tutorial ever and I wasn’t sure if i provided enough information. I’m really glad you liked it. I started drawing seriously in 2009 before that i used to doodle and draw some dragon ball Z characters.

It is true, switching between styles is a bit tricky, but after I did the comparison sheet, I realized it’s so much fun as well :). I hope you try some of the styles and see for yourself.

Sometimes drawing in Manga style can free your realism style from being rigid and make it more dynamic. Like Artgerm style which is a mix between Western and Eastern Anime and its mind blowing.

Thanks for your comment it really cheered me up :)

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4.38 / 5.00

Nov 13, 2016
1:46 PM EST
Fine Art
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2000 x 1250 px
1.3 MB

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