How to draw lifelike portraits from photographs
If you've always wanted to draw beautiful, realistic-looking portraits of your favorite people, this step-by-step guide shows you how to do it - better and more easily than you ever thought possible.
Lee Hammond quickly teaches you how to add the illustration of three-dimensional highlights and shadows to simple shapes using pencil shading and blending. After you've got the basics down, you'll learn how to use the same techniques to portray every feature of the human face. You'll also discover how to figure out what the features of your photographed model really look like so you can draw them from different angles. Then Hammond shows you how to put all those features together to create a lifelike portrait that truly captures the individuality of your subject.
After you've completed these easy-to-do drawing exercises, you'll soon be turning the memories frozen in your old snapshots into warm, beautiful works of art.
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|Grouping Title||how to draw lifelike portraits from photographs|
|Grouping Author||hammond lee|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-11-01 15:40:58PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-17 04:23:58AM|
|author||Hammond, Lee, 1957-|
|detailed_location_basalt||Basalt Non Fiction|
|owning_library_basalt||Basalt Regional Library|
|subject_facet||Drawing from photographs|
Pencil drawing -- Technique
Portrait drawing -- Technique
|title_display||How to draw lifelike portraits from photographs|
|title_full||How to draw lifelike portraits from photographs / Lee Hammond|
|title_short||How to draw lifelike portraits from photographs|
|topic_facet||Drawing from photographs|