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How to Draw a Fantasy Castle

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Some people want to sketch historical art, like that of a castle. Its wall is so strong because it serves as a defense for the attack of the adversaries. And most fantasies use castles for the kingdom of the princesses, prince, king and queen and even the witch. With its stunning views and forms in real and existing castle designed by great architecture and engineers, no one can stop looking at it amazedly. 
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How to Draw Two-Point Perspective

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Perspective drawing, a way to represent an image to appear real in a plane surface is divided into many categories. Each category refers to the number of vanishing point(s) that are being involved. In my previous article I show you how to draw one-point perspective. As a related topic we are going to tackle the steps on how to draw two-point perspective.
   
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Learn How to Draw Ears

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Drawing ears is one of the challenges in drawing human body parts. Ears come in different dimensions and forms, some people may have long ears yet others may have small ears. Again like most human body parts it is important to be keen to details to draw realistic ears. Some pairs of ears have different size or even shapes so pay special attention to your subject’s ears. Learning the basic of how to draw ears gives you an edge to do this challenge. At the beginning chances are you'll find it hard to draw a pair of ears that will have a more realistic result. Though with more practice and familiarity with the steps on how to draw ears you will have your realistic looking set of ears in no time.
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