How to draw stubble
I’ll walk you through a step-by-step tutorial on how to draw realistic and well-placed stubble on the face, covering stroke quality, stroke curvature, stroke direction/hair flow, root placement, white and blonde stubble, and stubble coloration.
When drawing stubble, don’t lift your pencil up quickly after each stroke; you want each hair to end bluntly, as if it’s been cut.
How do you make fake stubble?
To create a three-dimensional effect, this stubble is glued to the skin.
- Wash your face with soap and water, then completely dry it.
- Brush Spirit Gum adhesive onto a portion of your skin where you want stubble.
- Allow the Spirit Gum to get tacky.
How do you shade a face?
To create a shadow, shade up into the outline of two small ovals for the nostrils, then start shading a slightly lighter shade as you move toward the center of the nose from the left side.
Can I use mascara on my beard?
Choose a waterproof mascara in a shade that matches your hair color, such as medium to dark brown, and brush it onto the hairs of your goatee, starting under your lip and working your way down. Remove any mascara that gets on your skin with a pointed cotton swab before it dries.
What are the 4 shading techniques?
Smooth, cross hatching, u201cslinky,u201d which can also be called hatching (I think slinky is more fun), and stippling are the four main shading techniques I’ll demonstrate.
Why can’t I draw faces?
The first reason you can’t draw faces is that you don’t understand the proportions of the human face; however, if you drew these lines over several faces, you’d be surprised how many they apply to. Take my face for example: the basic human proportions do apply to my face.