You'll Love This Face Drawing Video If:
- You love drawing portraits & want to learn more
- You want to start learning right away with this digital video download
- You want to create accurate facial features in your figure drawing
Uncover exciting tips for how to draw a facealong with Carrie Stuart Parks in this step-by-step drawing video workshop. In this video Carrie takes you through an entire portrait from start-to-finish focusing on each facial feature showing you how to add life into your portrait compositions. Learn how to draw eyes, mouths, noses and accurate head shapes.
When you master these tools for drawing a human face, you'll be able to apply them to your own portrait drawings. With Drawing Secrets: Realistic Faces with Carrie Stuart ParksCarrie Stuart Parks shares her favorite tools for portrait drawing.
In Drawing Secrets: Realitsic Faces with Carrie Stuart Parks You'll Learn:
- How to draw a more realistic face step-by-step
- How to measure & draw accurate proportions for the human face
- Drawing tips & techniques for creating eyes, noses, mouths and head shapes
- How to shade and draw hair
Instantly stream the full version of Drawing Secrets: Realistic Faces with Carrie Stuart Parks on your computer at ArtistsNetwork.TV now!
About the Artist: Carrie Stuart Parks
When you learn how to draw faces with Carrie Stuart Parks you're learning along with an experienced forensic artist. She has worked with many law enforcement agencies providing them with realistic & accurate sketches. Carrie is the author of many top selling drawing books and she is the featured artist in many drawing DVD workshops available from North Light Shop.
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You are guaranteed to have fun with your art when you are learning how to draw with Carrie Stuart Parks, and you’ll learn quickly too! Carrie teaches people across the country to really see their subjects—giving easy-to-follow tips for proportions and those little realistic details that make all the difference.