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How to Draw Hair (That Actually Looks Like Hair!)

April 8, 2017

The thought of drawing hair may seem daunting and tiresome, but you can follow these steps to simplify the whole process! Think of ribbons or overlapping flat ‘sheets’ when drawing hair, and use a simple value scale to indicate form (dark, middle and light). You can add texture with lines — these vary according to hair style and can be continuous, thin or thick, light or dark. Use varying amounts of pressure to create different effects!

 

 

Here are a few examples of common hairstyles you can practice!

 

 

For the full printable version which includes sample stencils, visit our Resources Page!

 

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