How to Draw Ears

Learn how to draw ears from different angles: front, side and back as well as how to draw a pair or ears.

– Wacom Cintiq 16:
– Wacom Pro Pen Slim (Love how tiny this is = better visibility than Pro Pen 2 while drawing. Wish it had the same rubber grip as PP2 though.):
– Wacom adjustable stand
– Photoshop:
– SmudgeGuard Glove:
– Photoshop Brush:

How to draw and SHADE ears:

Intro – 0:00
Tools – 0:11
Ear from side view of the head – 0:24
Ear from front view of the head – 6:07
Ear from behind – 11:47
Additional examples – 18:17
Drawing the opposite ear – 19:16
Long earlobe – 22:15


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