how to draw faces in 3/4 view and facing up | tutorial

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This video is comes in two parts: a step by step process on how I sketch the face in 3/4 view and facing up, as well as a speed paint of the drawing as I paint it in with watercolours and add finishing touches with black ink and coloured pencils.

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– Canson Montval watercolour paper •
– Cretacolor Artist Studio coloured pencil •
– Holbein Artists watercolours •
– Holbein Artists gouache •
– Derwent Calli black ink •
– Prismacolor Premier 0.05mm black fineliner •
– Prismacolor Premier colour pencils •
– Koh-I-Noor watercolour set •
– Daniel Smith watercolour •
– Copic brush pen •
– Faber-Castell Pitt artist pen •

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approx. 1 hour

– – – resources – – –
– Beginner’s Guide to Master Face Drawing | Anime Illustration •
– Fun With Faces: Create a Stylised Digital Portrait •
– Character Illustration: Drawing Faces, Figures & Clothing •
– Learn How to Draw: Features of the Face •
– How I Draw Faces | Drawing Tutorial •

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