How to Draw Realistic Hair with Colored Pencils

Do you use color pencils to draw? If yes, you would certainly like to learn how to draw realistic hair. Imagine being able to create beautiful and natural-looking hair and your friends admiring you with words like – “Wow! You’re amazing.” You’ll feel so delighted, won’t you?

The good news is it can happen to you, if you are ready to learn and practice enough.

In this video, Emmy Kalia, an expert drawing artist from the Netherlands, shows you how to draw hair that look realistic. Her drawing process is inspiring, and it can help you learn the art in minutes. Emmy uses four colors – Cream, Bistre, Van Dyke Brown and Walnut Brown – to draw naturalistic hair.

She teaches you the process in simple steps, so you will be able to follow her style without any effort. She starts the process with the most important tip: Always draw in the same direction the hair is going.

Watch the video now to become a true artist.

[Materials Used:Bristol smooth surface paperFaber Castell polychromos pencilsFaber Castell pencil eraser]

About the Author Andrea Wood Schmitz

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