How to Draw a Hood
Little Red Riding Hood is perhaps the most iconic use of the hood in popular culture, but hoods have appeared in a variety of modern films, from Disney fairy tales to the Jedi robes of the Star Wars film franchise. Scroll down for a downloadable PDF of this tutorial.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Hood
Draw the wearer’s face and neck with curved lines, and outline folds in the fabric with curved lines. Draw several circles within each eye, and shade the smallest to indicate pupil.
How do I learn to draw portraits?
Here are some portrait drawing tips:
- Start with the eyes and work your way down to the nose and mouth.
- Allow the darkness of the hair to aid in the creation of the lighter edge of the face.
How do you draw characters?
Consider the following tips, exercises, and techniques as you learn how to draw a polished character.
- Use references.
- Be loose.
- Use simple shapes.
- Apply S-curves and C-curves.
- Don’t be afraid to exaggerate.
- Check anatomy with a skeleton sketch.
- Pay attention to the eyes.
How big should my bonnet be?
Select a bonnet that is equal to the machine’s deck size (actually 2 inches larger than the pad driver dimension) for a rotary machine, and a bonnet that is 2 inches larger than the machine’s deck size (actually 4 inches larger than the pad driver dimension) for an orbital machine.