How To Draw Lifelike Portraits From Photographs, Revised Lee Hammond is back and better than ever, featuring all new step-by-step demonstrations that will have you drawing your best portraits yet. Her secret to success? The qHammond Blended Pencil Technique, q a proven method of shading and blending that captures the soft tones and dimensional shapes of skin, hair and clothing. Focusing first on individual facial features, you'll follow her easy three-step process for realistically rendering even the most challenging eyes, noses and mouths. From there, you'll use Lee's basic grid techniques to master proportion and put the features together, then gradually blend and shade your way to amazingly lifelike portraits. It's that simple! This completely revised and updated edition of her bestselling book features people of all ages, personalities and ethnicities so you can find the specialized guidance you're looking for. There's even a bonus instructional DVD. Simply use your own reference photos and follow along one step at a time, or copy Lee's demonstrations.They are fairly easy to draw and are good when you are not including an entire outfit with your drawing but rather fading it ... T-Shirt. or. Crew. Neck. Polo. Shirt. Jacket. and. Tie. Hands are really very angular in nature, not round and ... Lift areas of reflected light along the edge of the collar and down the edge of the placket.
|Title||:||How To Draw Lifelike Portraits From Photographs - Revised|
|Publisher||:||North Light Books - 2010-10-05|