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Drawing Portraits

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Drawing Lesson Ideas and Projects

Portrait Program Ideas

 

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How To Draw a Head This free tutorial is provided courtesy of the Academy of Art University. Go to the Proportions tab to view 6 intro tutorials.

The Grimace Project Grimace is a free Flash-based web component which displays emotions through facial expressions of a comic-like face. It is based on the idea that the face can serve as an accurate representative of emotional information, which is difficult to express verbally.

 

Pencil Portrait Drawing from Arty Factory

 

Drawing the eye, Eye-drawing tutorial by Sarah, How to Draw a Realistic Eye

How to draw lips, How to Draw a mouth and teeth

Hair drawing tutorial, Drawing Hair in Pencil

 

Portrait Drawing with Gary Geraths (Otis College) Portrait Drawing of the head using a live model. Follow the detailed description of how to do a drawing of a head, showing close ups, examples and tips. Gary Geraths is a professor in the exceptional Foundation Program at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles.

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Planar Head Portrait Drawing w/ Gary Geraths (Otis College)

Portrait drawing of a live model's head using a planar head as reference. The planar head shows structural plane changes. Follow the detailed tutorial showing close ups, examples, and tips. Gary Gerath is a professor in the exceptional Foundation Program at Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles.

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Learn measuring to draw portraits.

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Portraits do not always have to be realistic. Look through some of these messy ones!

 

View other various portraits here (via vi.sualise.us)

 

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