How to Sketch an Eagle – Sketching for a Sculpture

Hello my friends and welcome to another Tuesday of tutorial. I am Leonardo Pereznieto and today we are going to do sketches in preparation for the modeling of an eagle sculpture. Before embarking into creating a sculpture or a painting or a good drawing, it is recommended to do a study, that is many sketches in different positions from different angles of the subject. This little one was to warm up [laughs]. Now let´s do the head of the eagle.

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Drawing EMMA WATSON as HERMIONE GRANGER! | Harry Potter

Hello everyone. Thank you for joining me today. You are about to see the speed drawing of Hermione Granger. This is a request from my niece. Florence. Thank you for the request. I know this has been done before on YouTube and I’ve seen a couple of people that do it amazingly so I thought I would give it a go and I’m really happy with how it turned out. It’s probably the most photo-like drawing I’ve done with Prismacolor

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Head Proportions Part 1 – Frontal View

Thank you for watching: Head Proportions Part 1 – Frontal View. let’s take a look at Loomis’s approach to drawing the head. if you simplify the head you end up with a ball for the cranium and a triangular shape for the jaw. first let’s take a look at the cranium. the basic structure for the cranium is asphere with its sides cut off. when drawing or sculpting the head it is good practice to start off with this key

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Drawing Lessons : How to Draw a Child’s Face

Hi. I’m Jay French at jayfrenchstudios.com and I’m going to show you how to draw a child’s face. Okay, to draw a child’s face, you want to start with a head shape. And we’re going to do this at an angle instead of straight on because it’s easier to define a child’s face that way. They are much shorter and wider, much more compact, almost round than an adult’s face. And we said we’re going to do this on an

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How to Draw Ears: Step by Step

How to Draw Ears: Step by Step 1: Draw a circle. 2: Now draw a smaller circle, below, touching. 3: Draw a curved line on the right, joining the two circles. 4: Draw an inner curved line, in the larger circle. 5: Add a curve going towards the centre of the big circle. 6: Erase the guide lines on the left, that we no longer need. 7: Draw a line on the left, in the shape of a curved “M”

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Realistic eye Step by Step Pencil Drawing on paper for Beginners #AboutFace #3

Hey everybody, it’s Cinnamon Cooney, your Art Sherpa. And we’re doing something completely different today. We’re gonna pencil and paper, instead of paint. Because I think the drawing helps you paint. And I’m gonna show you guys how you can draw an eye, and through this value study, get better at your painting practice. So, get your 2B pencil and some quality paper and come back and meet me at the easel right now. Let’s draw! So let’s start drawing

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Sketching with Ink from Imagination

Hello. I’m Marshall, and I’m going to demonstrate how I quick sketch horses for you. This demo is sped up, but it’s only sped up about twice. So, it doesn’t lose the individual strokes, which happens when you speed it up too fast, but it also doesn’t go so slowly that you have to sit through it in six minutes rather than three minutes. These are experimentations. I do not know what I’m going to draw when I put the

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How to Draw a Glass of Water: Narrated Step by Step

Hello and welcome to my new video: How to Draw a Glass of Water step by step, in this drawing I’ll show you one way of drawing a glass of water, the materials I’m going to use for this drawing are a 4B pencil, any soft pens will do, some gray paper, paper that’s not white but a mid-tone, a soft white pastel and an eraser, the first step in this drawing will be to draw an ellipse which is

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How to Draw in 2-Point Perspective: Modern House

How to Draw in 2-Point Perspective: Modern House 1: Start by drawing a horizon, low down. 2: Draw two vanishing points, on the far right and the far left. 3: Draw a vertical line on the left. 4: Draw two lines to the right vanishing point and two lines to the left vanishing point. 5: Draw a vertical line on the right. 6: Draw a vertical line on the left. 7: Use the vanishing points to draw a line to

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