1:076:59EASIEST WAY TO DRAW ANIME HAIR - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipFirst find the cross line of the face. Then find center line of the head. Remember the line isMoreFirst find the cross line of the face. Then find center line of the head. Remember the line is curved because it is a sphere. With these three perspectives.
Draw an outline of the head using a pencil, this will only serve as your guide in drawing the hair. Draw the hairline. Imagine a long hair style you want and to which direction the hair strands flow. Try drawing simple long slanted and curved lines of the hairstyle you want.
Hair is very difficult to draw, because what we see is different than what we know. You can't simply draw all the hairs in the form of lines, because that's not what we see when we look at hair. What we see must be simplified to lines and shades, and there are many ways to do it.
4:0814:42How to Draw Realistic Hair with Graphite Pencils - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipSkin I'm always like using lines that flow with the direction of the hair and I keep blending withMoreSkin I'm always like using lines that flow with the direction of the hair and I keep blending with that blending stump after each layer to make sure that it's really smooth.
0:113:02How To Cut Bangs - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipSo what you're going to want to do is just start by parting the bangs here in the front. And thenMoreSo what you're going to want to do is just start by parting the bangs here in the front. And then parting the sides. So I'll just go ahead and put this behind my ears and I'll clip it into place.
2:3138:54HOW TO DRAW SMILING HAPPY EXPRESSIONS (Real Time)YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipThis will be doing the same sort of thing but just a little bit wider. And sweeping down to theMoreThis will be doing the same sort of thing but just a little bit wider. And sweeping down to the outside edge a bit more. And then i'm just going to come down. Here bring in that shape.
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At first, anime may seem like an easy drawing style, but it is not as easy as it looks; anime drawing is rather hard. Anime is hard to draw because it requires the artist to have proper knowledge about anatomy, perspective, value, and many other drawing fundamentals, which aren't easy to master.
20:4340:50How To Draw 50+ Hairstyles [Part 1: Ponytail, Bun, Half-up ... - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipPonytails once again you can see that i'm filling this in in the direction that the hair goes soMorePonytails once again you can see that i'm filling this in in the direction that the hair goes so where the hair is pulled back over the head i'm going towards the ponytail.
0:132:39EASIEST WAY TO COLOR ANIME HAIR - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipThe first step is to select the solid color of your preference. And use the bucket tool to fill theMoreThe first step is to select the solid color of your preference. And use the bucket tool to fill the entire area of the hair. This would be your base.
2:2428:14How to Draw Long Curly Hair - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipLet's start our stroke right here. Begin your stroke with a curve extend it down to the right curveMoreLet's start our stroke right here. Begin your stroke with a curve extend it down to the right curve your stroke down even more as you reach the boundary. Line. Now we have a smooth s like shape.
0:4113:25How to Draw African American Hair/4C hair types. - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipDown. And make sure they don't touch the ends of the of the lines you made put a point on theMoreDown. And make sure they don't touch the ends of the of the lines you made put a point on the mountain. Go from the point and just round up like go like make a curve upward from each one okay.
One good reason for this is that if you are drawing multiple frames of animation or multiple panels of a manga it will simply be too time consuming to draw anything overly detailed.
The pigtails are another very common style of anime hair. Same as the ponytail example you can see that this particular drawing can pretty much be broken down into the front and back section of the hair. With the “back hair” split into the hair covering the head and the pigtails. There are really only tiny bits of actual “side hair”.
From the hairline draw two lines going towards the sides of the head to indicate the front hair. To show that the hair is curly you can draw these lines in light waves.
Anime curly hair drawing breakdown. Curly hair is probably the most challenging anime hairstyles to draw. This particular hairstyle can again be split into the front sides and back with the front hair being similar to the previous example. Anime curly hair step by step drawing.
Long straight hair is probably one of the most common hairstyles in anime and is fairly easy to draw. Above you can see the breakdown of the long hair drawing example into: Red – Front Hair. Green – Side Hair. Blue – Back/Top Hair. You can apply a similar breakdown to drawing other hairstyles as well.
Anime neatly combed hair drawing. This hairstyle can again be split into three parts with the front, side and back hair. The front section of the hair however is a little different from the previous examples. Anime combed hair step by step drawing.
For the hairstyle with hair over one eye you can yet again split the hair into the front, sides and back. In this style the front section of the hair will be fairly large and sort of merge into the “side hair” next to the covered eye.
Step 1. Draw the "helmet" to mark the distance from the head. Straight hair usually is not very voluminous, so you don't have to add a lot of distance. Advertisement.
If you want to make the hair more detailed, you can add lines following the rhythm. Be careful when drawing these lines inside the wavy strands, though—they may look too heavy with long lines inside. Instead, try to pick your pen/pencil up from time to time to make the lines less continuous.
Hair is a very complex subject to draw, because it's like a substance that can take many shapes and forms. Because of this, manga artists have developed a special method of simplifying hair. In manga or anime, you draw hair as a mass or a cloth. This way it can be drawn quickly, with exaggerated shading that conceals the lack of detail.
Although a wavy hairstyle may look quite voluminous at first, it doesn't add a lot of distance to the top (of course, feel free to modify it for an exaggerated effect!).
While you could draw anime hair without a face underneath, you really need to understand how hair falls around the face to do it right. A template will help you do that.
Here’s how to draw a chin-length bob with bangs that are grouped together in one clump in the middle of the face.
Boys’ styles can still (surprisingly) vary quite a bit, though (and, let’s be honest) there are less accessories to worry about. While girls' styles tend to be more sleek (even choppy layers still look put together), boys' hair can get a bit messier.
What anime list would be complete without spiky hair? Here’s how to draw boys' spiky hair a la Naruto.
That’s it. Keep practicing by using different sizing, placement, and direction of clumps. Soon you’ll be on your way to becoming an anime hair drawing pro!
Start by following the curvature of the head, and then straighten each line once you’re halfway down. Afterward, connect each end of the hair to the hairline using a line. Add some details to the hair by drawing several lines from the roots to the ends of the hair. Get rid of the lines that indicate the head and the hairline.
To achieve this look, you’ll need to draw a few spiky sections. The sections should come down from the hairline and curve to one side. Outline the top, sides, and ends of the hair. Sketch curved lines along both sides of the head, down to where you want the hair to end.
Like clothing, anime hair can help you bring out your character’s personality. There are several hairstyles you can choose from, and you can also color them however you want. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to draw hair for both male and female characters.
Anime male hair front drawing. Draw the front of the hair in fairly large clumps that start from around the top of the head and go down well past the hairline. Make the clump/clumps in the middle slightly longer than the sides.
The reason for this is that short hairs can’t reach far enough to join into as a big a clump.
Anime medium long male hair front drawing. Begin the drawing of the actual hair by adding the part that goes down the middle of the face. It can start from about the top of the head and go down to around the tip of the nose (if it was shown).
One common characteristic of this hair is that the portions that would cover the eyes are often swept to the sides with one big chunk going down the middle of the face to around the tip of the nose.
The medium length hair (or some variation of it) is probably one of the most generic hairstyles in anime and manga. Very common to the “average guy” protagonists. Before drawing the hair draw an outline of the head along with the hairline.
While artists have varying preferences about how to structure an anime character’s head and face, they all start with the same basic principle: First draw a circle, and then draw a horizontal line and vertical line directly ...
Start by sketching a curved upper eyelid, then draw a short line extending down from the outer corner of the eye. Leave the inner corner of the eye open for a softer look. Then, add a circle in the middle of the eye as the iris. Draw a smaller circle—the pupil—in the middle of the iris.
The legs of an anime character should be approximately as long as the top half of the character, from the top of the head to the waist. Finally, add in the arms. A good rule of thumb is to align the elbow with the character’s waist, and then extend the rest of the arm (including the hand) to about mid-thigh.
Leave the inner corner of the eye open for a softer look. Then, add a circle in the middle of the eye as the iris. Draw a smaller circle—the pupil—in the middle of the iris. To create primary and secondary light reflections, add in one or two additional circles within the iris.
While you will mostly ink with a black pen, it can also be helpful to have a white jelly pen on hand—you can use this to add highlights, like the reflection points in the character’s eyes. You may also choose to add additional colors with colored pencils or medium of your choice.
The character’s nose and mouth will typically be much smaller and simpler than the eyes. The nose, for instance, may just be two small lines that represent the nostrils. Similarly, the mouth may be a simple curved line.
In today’s article, we’re going to be splitting the basics of hair illustration into three steps – “hair growth”, “different sections of hair”, and finally “hair length and type”. The way hair is drawn can vary greatly depending on all those different points.
This is the key point to drawing natural, believable hair styles! Think about where the hair is starting from on the head – the hair “whorl” and the crown of the head.
In anime illustration, we draw hair in bundles rather than drawing each strand separately. It’s also important to remember that the hair should not be glued down flat to the head – we want to give the hair room to breathe between “bundles”, to give the hair volume and movement.
As I mentioned earlier, in manga and anime, we generally want our audience to be able to recognise our character from their outline alone! This helps make them a more memorable character. Hair forms a big part of a character’s all-important silhouette, so let’s take a look at some different types and styles.
C・・・A side fringe makes for a more intelligent, sensible or well-grounded character