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31. How to Draw One-Point Perspective
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...tects in early 15th century to represent a three-dimensional image on a two-dimensional plane. In this article we are going to cover the four steps procedure used by most artists to draw images with o...

32. Colored Pencil Basics : How to Draw a Big Red Apple
(How To Draw/Learn How to Draw)
... the much depicted apple motive to demonstrate the basic techniques for colored pencils.Many beginning artists are reading this, so I'll avoid those mumbo-jumbo color names you find in many drawin...

33. How to Draw Cars
(How To Draw/Learn How to Draw)
Drawing cars and other images involves different kinds of techniques. In this article I will teach you and give you some tips on how to draw cars.In 1769 M. Brezin constructed the first vehicle to mov

34. Learn How to Draw Eyes
(How to Draw Faces/How to Draw Eyes)
Probably the most fascinating and beautiful part of the human body to draw would be the eyes. Often the eyes reveal feelings that people try to hide. Most of us look at the eyes of someone to see if h

35. How to Draw Two-Point Perspective
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...es. 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 ...

36. Learning How to Draw a Nose
(How to Draw Faces/How to Draw Noses)
Having difficulty in drawing a human body part? Well, many artist go through that dilemma so don’t think that you are the only one. One of the most difficult parts of the human body to draw is t

37. Don't be frustrated, Drawing can be fun!
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Dear Artist, Looking for inspiration? For some new techniques and tricks? Or perhaps you recently started to learn or relearn drawing and you’re asking yourself where and how to start? No

38. Questions & Suggestions
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...or remove your comments after several months. 3. I will answer most of the questions I receive through articles so if I don’t answer yours personally and right away keep reading, it may be in a ...

39. How to Draw Yourself as a Cartoon Character
(How To Draw/How to Draw Portraits)
Making yourself as a cartoon character is not hard even you’re not a cartoonist or expert in drawing. Sketching some simple curve lines depending on your mood and exaggerating some parts on your

40. How to Draw a Mouth
(How To Draw/Learn How to Draw)
The mouth is one of the most essential body parts of a human. It is specifically where communication begins. To draw the mouth set into consideration the expression of one's subject because the mo

41. How to Draw a Cat
(How To Draw/Learn How to Draw)
...he legs, in which it should be the joining of two rectangles. Make sure of the proportionality of the parts. After that, draw lines that represent its gorgeous undercoat hair. Draw it along with these...

...every area of the surface. Burnishing is great for presenting a shiny effect just like in metals. To start burnishing, use first lighter colors so you won’t drag darker colors from neighboring a...

43. How to Draw Fantasy Art in General
(How To Draw/How to Draw Fantasy)
Generally, fantasy art is an art work by imagination of great writers, ancient myths, movie makers and artists. But you can also create these fantasy creatures just by using your wide imagination an

44. How to Draw Portraits that Resemble the Original
(How To Draw/How to Draw Portraits)
...t automatically earned in just a single try. With lots of practice and hard works anyone can learn the art of drawing portraits that resemble the original. Do you want to learn how to draw a portrait?...

45. How to Draw a Face
(How To Draw/How to Draw Portraits)
We often think that the human face is a hard part of the body to be draw. This is sometimes true especially when you are to draw a portrait of a real human model. Try to follow the basic steps on how

46. Learn How to Draw Ears
(How To Draw/Learn How to Draw)
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 bod

47. How to Draw Emotional Faces
(How To Draw/How to Draw Portraits)
To give emphasis to the whole stories concerning cartoon strips or manga series, the cartoon characters require having variety of adorable emotional language. As the individual have emotions to expres

48. How to Draw a Piece of Cloth with Folds
(How To Draw/How To Draw People)
Drawing folds on cloth seems quite complicated and holds many beginning artists back. However, using these steps on how to draw folds on cloth it becomes much easier.In clothing magazines or in a mode

49. How to Draw a Ferrari
(How To Draw/How to Draw Cars)
...wn a Ferrari car but being able to draw it perfectly will absolutely make you feel satisfied. So, to start with, you need your drawing paper and pencil.A Ferrari car is one of the most luxurious cars ...

50. How to Draw Famous Comic Heroes
(How To Draw/Learn How to Draw)
...ld be the thickest line. Head     Now, we go back to the head. Head is the important part for it expresses the elegance and mastery of a super hero. Again, a cube shape would be bette...

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How to Draw an Apple
How to Draw a Mouth
How to Draw Ears
How to Draw Eyes
How to Draw a Nose
How to Draw One-point Perspective
How to Draw Two-Point Perspective
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How to Draw Fantasy Art
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How to Draw One-Point Perspective
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How to Draw a Face
How to Draw Portraits that Resemble the Original
How to Draw Yourself as a Cartoon Character
How to Draw Emotional Faces
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How to Draw a Piece of Cloth with Folds
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How to Draw a Ferrari
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