Monday, April 16, 2012

Harry Styles (From One Direction)


Okay, so today I decided to draw one of the five guys in the band One Direction. Harry Styles, One Direction is a UK band, they were pretty much created, in X-Factor a Show in the UK, Kind of like American Idol, everyone from the band came to X-Factor by themselves, and eventually each one got sent home, but the judge Simon, decided to bring the five guys back to be a band, and five girls back to be a band, One Direction won X-Factor, and that’s how they became famous. They are my favorite band and Harry might just be my favorite out of them. They all have amazing voices, And I'm Definatly a true Directioner. But let’s get to drawing.
 

1.   Get The Pencil and paper, and the picture you need!
(The Three “P’s”!)
2.   Draw the outline figure of his head and hair, nose eyes and mouth.
3.   Outline the rest of the figure.
4.    Make sure you have and exact facial outline, you want it to really look like the person your drawing!
5.   Start to make detail in the eyes and nose, you want them realistic, REMEMBER!
6.    Continue to lightly shade the places it’s darker in the picture, whether it’s the shadows under the nose, side of the face, under the eyes, ect.
7.   Continue to add detail, hair, mouth; you can start on outfit if you want.
8.   Start Shading
9.   Darken the lightly shaded parts in the picture, then the parts you think need it, the hair, arms, the outfits, ect.
10.         Add the finishing touches that may vary to you, make sure you spray hairspray on it so it doesn’t smear. And you should be good!






Thank you!

Friday, March 23, 2012

Colton Haynes (Jackson From Teen Wolf)

Okay so I drew Colton Haynes Awhile ago, he is another character from Teen Wolf, Jackson. Colton is one of my favorites, after Tyler, And Dylan. But they are all really good actors, and I can’t wait until the next season comes out, hopefully this series stays on for a long time! But if you want to know more about Teen Wolf, Click the Link and look at the photos on the scene music that played, and more! But let’s Get Started!
1.   Get The Pencil and paper, and the picture you need!
(The Three “P’s”!)
2.   Draw the outline figure of his head and hair, nose eyes and mouth.
3.   Outline the rest of the figure.
4.    Make sure you have and exact facial outline, you want it to really look like the person your drawing!
5.   Start to make detail in the eyes and nose, you want them realistic, REMEMBER!
6.    Continue to lightly shade the places it’s darker in the picture, whether it’s the shadows under the nose, side of the face, under the eyes, ect.
7.   Continue to add detail, hair, mouth; you can start on outfit if you want.
8.   Start Shading
9.   Darken the lightly shaded parts in the picture, then the parts you think need it, the hair, arms, the outfits, ect.
10.         Add the finishing touches that may vary to you, make sure you spray hairspray on it so it doesn’t smear. And you should be good!




Thank you!

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Uncle's Puppy, Blaise

Okay, Today I’m posting the drawing I did for Christmas for my uncle Eric. He had just got a puppy, Braque Fran├žais Pointer, and his name is Blaise. This puppy is so darn cute, but also a HUGE trouble maker, like most puppies, and also like most puppies he usually doesn’t get yelled at. I hope you like it! But let’s get started!
1.  Get your pencil, paper, and the picture of the person, or animal, or thing you’re going to draw. Or what I call, (the Three P’s ! )
2.  Then start on the outline on the animals head, or figure, and work down to the whole body if it’s a portrait or full body image.
3.   Make sure the outline of the figure is exact; you want the animal to look exact. As much as possible.
4.   Start the outline in the eyes, nose, ears, ect. Make sure they are all close as possible, and realistic!
5.    Start to lightly shade your spots of the picture that has shadows, or darker spots. It makes a difference!
6.   Start adding fur on the animal; you want to make sure if the animal has spots, you draw them too.
7.   Add the detail to more exact level; you want the fur to look like fur, not like skin.
8.   Start darkening the lightly shading on the drawing.
9.  Add the extra accessories like collars or ect. And make sure if that also has dark spots do shading, add the detail, ect.
10.                   Then finish off with hairspray on the picture, so your shading doesn’t smear. Then you’re done!


                            Thankyou!!

My Yellow Lab, Jackson

Okay, Today I’m posting the drawing I did for my grandpa, my dog Jackson. He is a yellow Labrador and we actually got him free with his sister Belle. When he was a puppy, Jackson had a curled tail. And since Labradors are meant for hunting, he couldn’t hunt without a straight tail, so the breeder gave him for free. Jackson with his sister Belle is 6 years old now. And the best dog that you can have. But let’s get started on drawing!
1.  Get your pencil, paper, and the picture of the person, or animal, or thing you’re going to draw. Or what I call, (the Three P’s ! )
2.  Then start on the outline on the animals head, or figure, and work down to the whole body if it’s a portrait or full body image.
3.   Make sure the outline of the figure is exact; you want the animal to look exact. As much as possible.
4.   Start the outline in the eyes, nose, ears, ect. Make sure they are all close as possible, and realistic!
5.    Start to lightly shade your spots of the picture that has shadows, or darker spots. It makes a difference!
6.   Start adding fur on the animal; you want to make sure if the animal has spots, you draw them too.
7.   Add the detail to more exact level; you want the fur to look like fur, not like skin.
8.   Start darkening the lightly shading on the drawing.
9.  Add the extra accessories like collars or ect. And make sure if that also has dark spots do shading, add the detail, ect.
10.                   Then finish off with hairspray on the picture, so your shading doesn’t smear. Then you’re done!


                                 Thankyou!!
Remember to look at other drawings of mine!

My Mom


Okay so I decided to post the drawing of my mom. I did this drawing for her on her birthday. It was taken when we were at Colorado for a family reunion 2 or 3 years ago. I can’t really show a picture of her or the one I drew, but I can tell you Colorado was an awesome vacation spot, and you should really visit.  But let’s get started!
1.   Get The Pencil and paper, and the picture you need! (The Three “P’s”!)
2.   Draw the outline figure of her head and hair, nose eyes and mouth.
3.   Outline the rest of the figure.
4.    Make sure you have and exact facial outline, you want it to really look like the person your drawing!
5.   Start to make detail in the eyes and nose, you want them realistic, REMEMBER!
6.    Continue to lightly shade the places it’s darker in the picture, whether it’s the shadows under the nose, side of the face, under the eyes, ect.
7.   Continue to add detail, hair, mouth; you can start on outfit if you want.
8.   Start Shading
9.   Darken the lightly shaded parts in the picture, then the parts you think need it, the hair, arms, the outfits, ect.
10.         Add the finishing touches that may vary to you, make sure you spray hairspray on it so it doesn’t smear. And you should be good!




Thank you!
Check out more pictures of my drawings here!

Monday, February 27, 2012

Travis Pastrana

Okay So I had a friend ask if I’d draw him a
famous dirt bike rider, Travis Pastrana I don’t know much  about  him, but I did find another blog that has a blog about Travis, and so anything I would like to know is there.  But let’s get started on drawing!
1.   Get The Pencil and paper, and the picture you need!
(The Three “P’s”!)
2.   Draw the outline figure of his head and hair, nose eyes and mouth.
3.   Outline the rest of the figure.
4.    Make sure you have and exact facial outline, you want it to really look like the person your drawing!
5.   Start to make detail in the eyes and nose, you want them realistic, REMEMBER!
6.    Continue to lightly shade the places it’s darker in the picture, whether it’s the shadows under the nose, side of the face, under the eyes, ect.
7.   Continue to add detail, hair, mouth; you can start on outfit if you want.
8.   Start Shading
9.   Darken the lightly shaded parts in the picture, then the parts you think need it, the hair, arms, the outfits, ect.
10.         Add the finishing touches that may vary to you, make sure you spray hairspray on it so it doesn’t smear. And you should be good!




Thank you!
 


Friday, February 24, 2012

Tyler Posey ( Teen Wolf Scott McCall )

Today I’m doing a drawing of Tyler Posey! He is the teenage wolf from Teen Wolf the new TV show. And one of my favorites of all time! Teen Wolf is a TV show about Scott McCall getting bit by a werewolf after trying to find his inhaler out in the woods. Him and his best friend Stiles try to deal with all the crazy new things happening to Scott, like Derek, the Alfa, the full moon, and All the teenage drama that comes with it. I found this photo of him on his Facebook page, but I’m sure you can find all sorts of pictures of him and the cast on Teen Wolf. Now Let’s Get Started!
But let’s get started!
1.   Get The Pencil and paper, and the picture you need!
(The Three “P’s”!)
2.   Draw the outline figure of his head and hair, nose eyes and mouth.
3.   Outline the rest of the figure.
4.    Make sure you have and exact facial outline, you want it to really look like the person your drawing!
5.   Start to make detail in the eyes and nose, you want them realistic, REMEMBER!
6.    Continue to lightly shade the places it’s darker in the picture, whether it’s the shadows under the nose, side of the face, under the eyes, ect.
7.   Continue to add detail, hair, mouth; you can start on outfit if you want.
8.   Start Shading
9.   Darken the lightly shaded parts in the picture, then the parts you think need it, the hair, arms, the outfits, ect.
10.         Add the finishing touches that may vary to you, make sure you spray hairspray on it so it doesn’t smear. And you should be good!




Thank you!