How to draw curly hair. With step by step examples.
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What Tools do you need for this guide?
You can use any graphite pen you want, from HB to 8B; however, regular printing paper is not strong enough for drawing; and if you don’t have a kneadable eraser, you can use a regular one; however, I recommend a kneedable eraser.
The first easy Step!
Focus on the overall shape rather than the details; keep it loose and don’t draw the lines too thickly; they are only meant to serve as guides and will be erased later.
The third step!
When shading hair, there are three rules to follow: make it clear which string of hair is going which way; don’t leave anything out; and think about where your light is coming from and which parts will be hit by the light.
Now, let´s shade the second hair style with the bun.
The hair is going up in the direction of the bun and will be a little straighter this time, but all loose hairs will be very curly.
And the Last Hairstyle with short curly hair.
Drawing hair is a balancing act between the right amount of texture, shadow, and light; it takes time to learn how to draw, and I haven’t mastered it yet; so whatever you do, don’t give up and keep drawing!
How do you draw a bun?
In just 6 simple steps, you can draw a bun!
- Step 2 u2013 Now, draw over the pencil lines for the bottom bun.
- Step 3 u2013 Now, draw some details for the bottom of the bun.
- Step 4 u2013 Begin adding seed details to your bun drawing.
- Step 5 u2013 Now, add some color to your bun drawing.
How do you do a messy low bun with curly hair?
- Separate a section of your hair on each side of your head.
- Pull the rest of your hair into a low ponytail.
- Twist the left side section back over your ponytail.
- Repeat with the right side section.
- Pin the side twists in place.
Are buns bad for curly hair?
Pulling hair too tight Protective buns, puffs, and ponytails can keep hair out of your face, but they can also cause thinning edges. Using an elastic hair band or a hair band with a metal part can snag on your hair and yank you bald, yanking out your follicles.