Secrets of How to Draw a Face
- Have you ever watched an artist at work and secretly wished it was you ?
- Would you love to be able to draw a realistic face ?
- Maybe you believe you couldn’t ever draw like an artist but still want to ?
- Would you love to know how to draw a portrait ?
The good news is :- You do not have to be born with this talent you CAN LEARN How to draw a face convincingly in a short time.
If you have the desire to draw and are prepared to practise, then all you need is some expert guidance.
In my previous post Problems of how to draw a face and make it look realistic?
We looked specifically at what people struggled with when tackling the task of drawing faces. Part of the problem is our natural tendency to view things holistically and a lack of true observance. It is possible to train our minds to really look at what is in front of us. By familiarising ourselves with the structure, proportions and the various parts of the face we can create a solid foundation on which to build our craft. You can learn the secrets to shading and creating a 3-dimensional look to your portraits. You can learn to make your drawings really come alive
Imagine the thrill of looking at something you’ve drawn and feeling a sense of pride and amazement. What a great feeling too, when friends and family make compliments, about your work, especially if you’ve never previously shown any sign of having that talent.
Christopher Sia began his artistic journey being less skilled than his fellow students but his passion and learned observations led him to become not only a master artist but also an excellent teacher.
I believe that Christopher Sia offers a precise and very detailed structure on which to develop the skills necessary to become a proficient artist, whether it is for the purposes of making money or the sheer personal satisfaction of being able to express oneself creatively.
Christopher’s course on how to draw a face is very structured and it is obvious that he has thought it through thoroughly and put his heart and sole into producing it. Check it out for yourself.
The result is an amazing course that is broken down into 5 main sections, concentrating on each part of the face one at a time. On completing each part the student is left with a feeling of real accomplishment and thirsting for more.
1. How to Draw a Realistic Eye Like a master
2. How to draw a Realistic Nose Like a master
3. How to Draw a Realistic Mouth and Teeth Like a Master
4. How to Draw a Realistic Ear Like a Master
5. How To Draw A Realistic Hair Like a Master
In addition to the above there are 12 very detailed and easy to follow lessons that you can follow at your own speed. The lessons are nicely structured, nothing heavy but very precise indeed with clear easy to understand instructions.
These lessons are full of wonderful hints and techniques to enhance the reality of your work. Stephen really knows his craft. It will cost you nothing to check it out for yourself. Christopher is so confident of the success of his course he offers a full refund anytime within the first 2 months.
Sadly people today expect instant solutions and instant fixes . . .
I am not suggesting that this is so easy that you’ll learn it all in seconds but if have you have a passion to acquire this skill and are prepared to put in some practice you will learn it much quicker than you think.
After all any skill that you have learnt in life, you would have had to put some effort in to become proficient. But if you have a passion then it will be a labour of love with pretty quick results.
If you have ever held a secret desire to develop the skills of how to draw a face like a master, or want to know how to draw a portrait, you really ought to at least check it for yourself rather than regret the missed opportunity and allow your creative potential to go unfulfilled. You’ve nothing to lose except an opportunity to get the skills you need to become a master pencil portrait artist.