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VIDEO DESCRIPTION
How to Draw realistic hair as part of drawing portraits. This tutorial presents pen and ink drawing tips and techniques on how to draw hair. Seeing in terms of full forms with volume is essential. It makes the drawing process much easier and enables you to focus on what’s important and not on minor details that appears to add much realism but really dont. The hair can be intimidating but simplifying it to basic forms much a like a sculptor does with ease the process. Hope this helps 🙂

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34 replies
  1. Sally Cook
    Sally Cook says:

    Thanks for giving good instruction in a easy & concise way. I am working on a portrait of an 85 year old lady whose hair is one of her best features. Now I know how to redeem this lovely charming regal lady that will please her. Thanks again. Blessings!

  2. Dominica Roberts
    Dominica Roberts says:

    I always love your videos- learn so much from them. As others have said, I'm very appreciative of you going over different hair textures and styles. All broken down into "simple forms"!

  3. Crystal-Jean Roat
    Crystal-Jean Roat says:

    Thank you for your videos! I'm very new to drawing and I'm so happy that I've found your videos, they're amazing! Although I'm taking a colored pencil class, the techniques you're showing are translating well for me. I'm putting your books on my wish list and hope to explore them soon. Again, THANK YOU!

  4. yeet
    yeet says:

    i watched few of your tutorials and i literally jumped levels ahead that i was kind of creeped out xD -in a good way thank you as always

  5. SuperMich66
    SuperMich66 says:

    ok alphonso, I have watched about 20 of your videos in the past 24hrs and I have to say that you have improved my drawing by years….thanks so much…you know how sometimes you feel stuck and that one little hint just pushes you miles forward??? you have done that for me….thanks a million times….you have a fan for life…keep it up….your the best!!!!!

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