HOW TO DRAW A AN ANGEL (BEAUTIFUL WOMAN) & A HORSE – Narrated

HOW TO DRAW A AN ANGEL (BEAUTIFUL WOMAN) & A HORSE – Narrated


Hello my friends and welcome to another
Tuesday of tutorial! I am Leonardo Pereznieto and today we
will paint a beautiful woman, an angel with a horse. I began with a circle for the head and then lines for the face in profile and the jaw. Let’s draw the neck… and the hair will fall down about here. Let’s draw her arm up because she will
be holding the head of the horse. With her forearm and the hand, and let’s
sketch the shape of the head of the horse with a triangular shaped like this,
and the neck with a long curve. Her other arm will be behind. And now let’s draw her features… with a little arch for the eyebrow, then a triangle for the eye in profile, we suggest the nose with another triangle, the nostrils slightly darker not very much, the upper lip sticks up a little bit more than the lower one and then we do the chin and the jaw. The ear will be mostly covered. Sometimes I partially erase some lines to redefine them better. We do the overall shape of the hand and then the fingers. Good! we did the eye and ears of the horse and now the shape of the face with the jaw and the mouth. I have been using the Tutto3 mechanical pencil with a 0.5 millimeter HB, that is medium, lead. She will be an angel, so let’s draw the wings and the feathers. And why not, let’s draw some
flowers on her head, to give her more of an angelical look. I have been debating in my head whether to put a horn and make the horse a unicorn,
but I don’t think so. I will leave him a horse. And now I switch to a big a huge
lead, on this beautiful Kaweco 5.6 millimeter lead holder, with a very soft, a 6B lead. I’m using this for the background because obviously with a big lead you can make progress much faster. Once I fill it in we can come back with a stump and smooth it out a little bit. Like so… and we can use a little tortillion for more detail. The list of materials that I am using, as
always, is in the description below the video. And back to a smaller lead, but
this time I switch to a 0.7 millimeter 2B, because I want the hair darker. Darker than most the rest of the angel. I also use it for some shadows. Alright! and some of the tone and light shading we can do it with the stump. So we combined the touch of the pencil for a sharper look with that of the stump, for a softer
feel. I have a clean piece of paper under my hand so that I don’t ruin the whole
thing by smudging Please let me know if you like fantasy drawings and if you would like more from me. Personally, I love fantasy drawings especially when they are realistic. If fantasy can be real [laughter] you know what I mean. By the way we can also smudge with a brush… just make sure the strands are not too hard because they can live marks with the brush I smudge some tone everywhere so that now with a kneaded eraser I can pull lights which look very nice I think. It is a nice effect! The last touches and it’s ready! If you enjoyed it please give it a LiKE!
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