How to Draw Hair
Hair can be difficult to draw for artists, but there are many different ways to get the look you want.
1. Construction and volume
Many artists choose to simplify the hair using basic shapes, or anything else that helps them define the volume, if we don’t take into account. Marking a reference point or a route that divides the hair can help us.
Some drawing styles necessitate more effort during the detailing stage than others; let’s look at some examples of how to draw hair for an animated film or television show, step by step.
I began with a simple cylindrical lock, added texture and irregularities around the edges, and then added the necessary amount of detail while keeping it simple to avoid looking too much like a door handle or lock.
3. Adding values:
Step-by-step drawing of a hairstyle, with the value scale used to define details and give the shapes a 3D effect. In step 3, darker shades are used to darken and deepen some areas on the overlapping layers.
How do you draw a good head?
5 pointers on how to draw a head
- Define the outer shape. For head shapes, oval, square, and combinations of the two work well.
- Place the crosshairs. Look at the center of the face and the center of the eyes to place the crosshairs.
- Define planes.
- Features and details.
- Light and shade.
How do I make a realistic sketch?
How to Make a More Realistic Drawing
- Know and prepare your art supplies.
- Start with a light initial sketch, concentrating on the largest shapes first.
- Remember, there are no visible lines in realism.
- Create gradual, smooth transitions between your different values.