If drawing children is something you enjoy doing and/or wish to improve upon, today’s video talks about how to draw children’s faces.
Several people have expressed interest in drawing and painting children in their lives so today I used a drawing activity inside the program Fantastic Faces in 5-Day to help all of you really capture the children in your lives in your art.
Periodically I host bonus feedback sessions for students interested inside the program.
Lynne did NOT want her portrait to look photo-realistic, she appreciates a stylized approach to portraiture. So we discussed strategies that aligned with her goals. That’s what feedback is all about!
- How is drawing a child’s face different from drawing adults?
- We discuss hard and soft edges
- What it means to create transitions in your art
- Tools you can use to create soft transitions
Today’s feedback session is thanks to students inside my program Fantastic Faces in 5-Day, which is open for enrollment. I appreciate you all! Thank you for trusting me with your art.
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Now it’s your turn: what other questions do you have about portraying children? Or perhaps you have a great tip for people aiming to capture the likeness of their kids or grandkids… please share more in the comments below.