Here is my next lesson for Drawing Comic Style Hair 3 different ways.
This started as a request from one of my Patreon supporters. I have done some other tutorials on my Youtube channel but this one is a more in depth look with art files to work along with.
I have struggled with getting the right look for hair for many years so I know what others mean when they say they just cannot seem to draw it properly. It is one of those things you will always be studying to get better at. Just like hands, faces, and feet. ( Yuck! I hate drawing feet. lol )
So don’t beat yourself up in the process and just take your time. Draw from as many resources as possible to gain your perspective on the subject. Great artists are not made overnight. It takes lots of time and lots of studies!
In this lesson I will walk you through my process step by step in real time. You will see how I built up the shapes and design the hair style I am after. I then show you how I place the shadows and add in the render lines or texture of the hair. I also talk about the importance of simplifying the process for your comic book style art.
So I hope this lesson will shed some well needed light on that subject matter for you and keep in mind that I am here to help. If you have any questions or requests for future content I am listening!
How to Draw Hands – 6 Different Ways – Video Lesson
In this video I discuss how to draw hand poses and things to look for to make this process easier. I talk about some of the primitive shapes that are noticeable in the hands when designing your art pose. As well as study methods to commit more of this to memory.
Hands are always a tricky topic but it is important to not shy away from them because you find them difficult to do. We learn a lot from drawing hands and they are in integral part of telling a great story within your illustrations.
If you have any questions about this video lesson then please feel free to comment and I will do my best to help you if I can. Either in a response or through and upcoming video. Good luck with your art and thank you for reading!
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You can get access to my drawing courses on Udemy as well as the art files to study from. As a digital artist trying to make a living with my new studio setup I was looking around for better ways to do this. I love to draw commissions but I never seemed to get enough of them to stay busy. But I noticed through my Youtube channel that I was getting a lot of people wanting to know how I do what I do. I was first approached to do online teaching by Tuts Plus of Envato and though it was a very amazing opportunity to work with those guys the work started to slow after a few courses. They started to make cut backs and I needed to keep pressing forward.
So as I searched the endless space that is the internet I found Udemy. I also found a bunch of others but I ultimately settled on Udemy because they do so well at helping you to promote your content and they have an extremely active Facebook group that all seem happy to help the newbie’s which is huge.
So I started making course content for them and because you retain rights to your work I also offer the same content through my Gumroad as well. The best thing about Udemy is that students are going there specifically for learning so they are willing to spend to gain that instruction. I don’t have to try to sell them on anything because they are already there with that intention. I don’t mind the occasional sales pitch but it does conflict with that I would rather be doing and that is creating art and teaching others how to better create their art.
So Here are a few of my courses on Udemy. I hope you enjoy them if you decide to take them and fee free to ask any questions if you have them. They have a great question and review setup as well. I want to know if you find something that could have been better. I am continually trying to improve what I do so please let me know!