How to Draw a Minimalist Face Using Graphite Pencils

Do you like to draw human faces with graphite pencils? If yes, you may like to draw a minimalist face at some point of time as well. Just like Emmy, you too can create a natural looking face. Emmy, a drawing enthusiast from the Netherlands, started drawing in 2014 and now she’s an accomplished artist. She uses pencils to create figures and pictures that look as real as you or I. She’s always ready to share practical tips with those who want to draw like she does.

In this video tutorial, Emmy walks you through simple and easy steps to draw a minimalistic face using graphite pencils. It’s interesting to see how she uses pencil eraser, blending stump and soft tissue to add more naturalness to the picture. She beautifully shows how to draw, shade and blend a face. You’d love to follow the process and learn how to draw like an artist.

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[Materials Used:Bristol smooth surface paper, Faber Castell graphite pencils 2h-8b, CretaColor nero black, Faber Castell pencil eraser, Kneaded eraser, White uni posca 0.7mm, Blending stump and soft tissue.]

 

About the Author Andrea Wood Schmitz

Mom of 6, Christian, writer, publisher, coloring-addict, coffee dependent.

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