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How to Draw Curly Hair

Jasmina Susak, Pencil Artist

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13 Lessons (1h 39m)
    • 1. Intro skill

      0:10
    • 2. Tools

      0:48
    • 3. Test, Review & Comparison: New Blender by Caran D'ache

      6:00
    • 4. Creating a Sample Lock

      9:46
    • 5. Placing the Basic Tone Part 1

      10:46
    • 6. Placing the Basic Tone Part 2

      11:07
    • 7. Softening the Hair

      2:48
    • 8. Creating the Darkest Parts

      10:46
    • 9. Building up the Mid tone

      10:09
    • 10. Building up up the highlights Part 1

      11:11
    • 11. Building up up the highlights Part 2

      10:28
    • 12. Finishing Touches Part 1

      7:16
    • 13. Finishing Touches Part 2

      7:35

About This Class

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Hi!

In this class, you will learn how to draw realistic, curly hair. I will show you how to apply pencils for a realistic, professional result correctly.

No matter what your experience level is, you can draw by following this easy step-by-step demonstration. You'll need a few graphite pencils, but you can even use charcoal or colored pencil with the technique shown in this class. You will also need a high-quality paper, erasers, and something for blending the graphite (Q-tips, blending stumps).

I'd like to see you in my class!

Jasmina

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Transcripts

1. Intro skill: 2. Tools: you guys does mean a here. Let me show you my materials. I will be using this paper by the for Briana Bruce Stool. This is very thick and smooth paper. I'll be using an age be lead in my mechanical pencil, then to age graphite found so cast Still 9000 by Harbor Castell in eight Beat and for blending the blending stump and Q tips erasures of this one. Eraser and Pencil by Faber Castell in this mechanical a Razor Council by Dumbo and also wide marker by unit Bosco, an X Acto knife. 3. Test, Review & Comparison: New Blender by Caran D'ache: okay, Before we continue, let me show you The new product that Karen Dash has launched recently is a full blender. Bright four colored pencils and graph. I'd pencils. It costs about $5. Order sand splendors in the cage so it doesn't have any. Would it contains only off the blender of this material. And now let's sharpen two. Reminds me off. Play such material. Interesting. Yeah, like clean. So it's actually colorless blender. It won't change the colors, but let's see how it works over to draw area. I'm just going over to drawn here in the same direction that I that indeed when I was drawing here. Well, actually, what I can see year is that the drawn area becomes much, much darker, so you should use it really carefully. You see, uh, it doesn't really make it's much smoother. I wouldn't say that. I would say it makes it darker, much darker, much, much darker, which is something that I wouldn't want with my drawing if I have already drawn in or when I decided this dark enough. I don't want to make it much darker, but of course, sometimes it can be useful. Well, I don't know. I'm not really impressed. It doesn't help, actually. But look, if you can if you can't afford Okay, you should definitely by this and and charge for yourself. I am not going to use it. I will have to try to test it with color Banzer's which I don't think that I will be using . Okay. And I have this colorless blender walks colorless blender by prisma color that I often use with color pencils when I draw animals And then I want to make the far appear fluffy and it's really helpful. But I actually haven't tried this over to grab five. Let's make some comparisons. What? It off? So it it makes it the area darker. Have fun. Yes, I can see it's smoother. So it's gonna better. Yeah. So, yes, I actually pulled the gold. Yeah, this is still my favorite. I don't really like to use these over the graphic pencils because they say that it makes it too dark, but yeah, this is a small upload. This move. Well, in this case of this here, I don't really want to make it smooth because I wanted to hear to be visible. It's just for the sake of comparison, it's actually eliminated all those white dots of the papers. So I don't know that you should definitely try these for yourself. I really don't want to say that you shouldn't use this new blender by car dash, but I'm not impressed. Okay, so here you can see in the left side my drawing part of the drawing without blenders in the middle, you can see it is the same part blended with full blender brides by car dish, and you can see it's brave darker, but the white dots of the paper are still visible. It's a 400 DP eye scans. I scanned it for you to see the details, and on the right side you can see the part of the hair blended with a walks colorless blender by Prisma color, and it's very smooth. It's actually to smooth. So this blunder actually has eliminated all those annoying white dots of the paper, and it's really useful sometimes, and I have tried it over the skin on my old drawing. Here, you can see in the left side before I apply this blender by current dash and underwrite, so you can see after I have applied. So it made it too dark and it's smart and it's not actually smoke anymore. So it's a big no no for the skin. Well, actually, in this tutorial, I'm not going to use any blender. We're going to blend with the pencil and with issue. So us, I mentioned, if you can afford you justify and drive for yourself anyway. I really love their color pencils, luminous soul. I really can say anything bad about this brand, but this didn't best my test. 4. Creating a Sample Lock: Hey, Jasmina, here, let me show you how to draw curly hair. But let's start with a single lock so that you can see what we're going to do. For example, with this one, I use my mechanical pencil age be lead and I start on the top off the clump that I want to create using quick, confident strokes. And I press hard on the top When I start drawing the strokes and I released the pressure, I say reached the point when I want my highlight to be, this will create the highlight in the middle. I'm actually creating the health zones which are mostly gradation. So they great eight doors the shadow on one side and towards the highlight on the other side. So now let's go from the other side. There was the highlight. Same here. You press hard when you start to creating lines and you just lift off the lead of the pencil. Us. You approached the highlight. So you go from top two midway and now from the bottom to made away. And this will create a highlight when strokes Meat. I'm still using an age be lead. I use mechanical pencil here because it is very good for creating a to here. And, um, it's very practical. It will help you to make all the hair same thickness. I want to drama kind of light brown here and now let's continue here. The next clump. Just a second donation to this one. This bar that I'm drawing right now, it should be the darkest and off same here. I just lift off the lead of my pencil slightly and it will create a brighter ants of the hair. And this would make the clump shiny. So here you have to decide how curly your hair you want. You want your hair to be. You can make dance closer if you want a very tiny clumps now less than the same here from the bottom of this second clump. Also, I'm pressing hard here, and I released the pressure would each stroke. So we're going to make the rest of the here in this the same manner, the same thing. I just want to show you one sample lock. - No , I want to shade over two highlights and I'm using a to age here which is quite broader than on HB and I placed the tip of my passel over over the age, the area and I destroyed the strokes over two highlights. And also I just released the pressure. I say, Ah, us A drawer did centered, Highlight. I just want to dark and these and so, But I'm using it to be laid here and just I just want to continue this lock. You can see that I have framed my paper in the middle because this is the area that I want to draw the hair because this is a four paper for months and I don't want to feel this for , uh, with hair because that would take a lot of time. So basically, this is a five, a performance that I want to draw here on. Okay, The next thing is to blend this all with a tissue. And I always blend a hair because, as you can see, it makes the hair look soft and even more shiny, just carefully trying not to apply a lot of graphite over to highlight. But if you do so, you can always erase that. I'm using this mechanical A razor by Tom Bow. It's ah, it's a very practical tool and I like it. I just got the top of it with a knife, and it's very hard Gum. It's not like needed a razor. You can really control it and create tiny hairs over the drawn area. And I just want to create some highlighted here. Intimated, Highlight. Brighter but and just a dark, dark Indus, and more so Each clump should should have, ah, South gradation from shadow to highlight. And this is the point of the whole trying. Of course, some parts shall be darker, some brighter you can see after blending with a T shoot. My lock looks kind of blurry arrive, but you may think that the my record is blurry. But when you take a look at the frame that I created with pencil, you can see that it's still sharp. So I like the bland because it will make the hair soft and shiny and and it's very, very good thing to blend a hair. But we're going to do the same with the rest of the area, so just changed the pressure on your pencil or use different shades to create, even in the shadow. They should be different. Don't like a brighter shadows or darker shadows. So try not to make everything uniform and same with highlights, give them variety and length in thickness. In Edge also applies some dark lines over two highlights, and so own they're still to a strong contrast between the shadow and highlight. That's why I want to build up to meet Dawn, and I want to do that by using it to age again. If there is a strong, strong contrasts between the shadows and highlight that can indicate it very wet or or fat hair, most most arise hair. And if there's a no uh, so strong contras between the shadows and highlights that can suggest like dry here. 5. Placing the Basic Tone Part 1: Let's feel the rest of the paper with plumps, so ah, here you can hear you have to decide. Do to create a volume off off your clumps of your locks. Don't make them all the same. Some of them should be wider, shorter, longer. You can see that This one I'm just drawing. I want to make a bit wider and it like it goes over D, uh, top off the clumped eye created. It's like overlapping clumped this one. So it is important to make overlapping in under link plumps because they usually go over each other. They're not too uniform. But of course, you can make them like this when practicing. And it is important to try out many different things to see what works best for you and to experience that yourself. And here I'm going to create a bottom of this clump, and I want to make it just a bit dinner. So variety off clumps and in size and volume. And of course, in a while you it's very important. So here the same, I'm pressing hard when I started creating the strokes and I use quick confidence strokes towards the highlight, and I just lift off the lead gently and it will create a very bright ants, which is just great for for the highlight. And now I just want to make to create more clumps at random. So here, next to this wide want, I just want to make one dinner and they can have like this. They can share the same bottom. You can see that already is too. Clamps look like shiny, interested random. Just make them anywhere you want without any order. I use an age be lead all the time. So here in this step, you just have to find the volumes of the groups. And it doesn't matter how they look at it really can. It doesn't have to be the same like in my drawing, But you don't. If you don't have ideas, you can do the same. And then later you can experiment with different shapes, different volumes and, um and even with different shades, for example, if you want to draw blond hair in star with two age well here when where I'm using an age be and the highlight you can go over the highlights with five age. It was great pre bright here. Or if you want to drop black hair, your star would do three b or to be and you go over the highlights with an age be, which may be still too bright. But at the end of the drawing, you can see you can always dark, and it's never too late to make it to the darker is still quite easier than to make dark area brighter. So here you can see I'm doing the same. I just really him. Nothing new to say. It is important to create that Grady and transition between do shadows and highlight. So the shadows and highlight don't just jump from each from one another. But they have that smooth Grady and between them. So this half tones that we're creating now they're mostly gradations because they gravitate towards the shadow on one side and towards the highlight on the order. And this is what makes the hair curly. So actually prove simple thing. Just you have to to exercise, to train your hand, to release the pressure, and, uh, and your eye to be able to see what are your great in transition. Is Cem flawless enough? No, I just want to create here one underlying, but it's coming out of the this blocked that I just created and it it can have. Or actually, it should have a cast, a shadow. There's shadow that is cast by the overlapping clump, but I will be talking about death later. For now, we're just placing the basic dong, the house dong. But of course we have to take care here also to take care of a gradation here. Also, I'm drawing one that is coming out of under this overlapping highlighted for from the club , and you can always erase something. So don't worry. Just relax. It can erase almost you use, for example, a beat, and it's really difficult to erase. But HB is still pretty good for four deaths here. Also, I want to buy one to create one which is coming under this or loving lock here in the corner. I don't really want to make any clump, just basic hair, because it doesn't have to be clump. Just how about everywhere Somewhere you can just simple here, with some darker and broader the hairs, because some of the locks can be stretched, so we should actually try to feel to cover the paper completely. But us. You can see I have left some tiny triangles, uh, or tiny section on dodged for now, massacres seen in my final drawing That just showed that I showed. In the very beginning, I have created a very dark areas. So I I have reserved just these tiny travels and sections for for the darkest dawn here. Also, I I'm creating like a one longer plump because see that I have longer and shorter plumps it is important to make them. 6. Placing the Basic Tone Part 2: it is important to make them different. They shouldn't be the same. And here, one underlying far we should be a very dark. That's why press card. But of course, you can use the darker pencil. It is a very useful to use the same pencil when you practice, and just to try to apply different pressure to create different values. And if you learn to do that, you don't even need each pencil from eight B to aid age. You don't need them all if you if you can use them by changing to pressure, you can create a lot of stones with a single Bensel, and here also just want to covered this area with random hairs, as I mentioned, doesn't have to be clumped. You can see that I press hard where I want to to cover do section between the clumps said this was suggest the hair that is underlying in shadow. I'm continuing the same here. I just want to indicate my locks before I start to shade them and I create this, uh, clump like we can't even see which lock it belongs to, because that's that's very good to make it like this because we don't have to see that each clump where they belong to, they're just coming out of. Nor and then the part were there, coming out from the deepest area that should be darker. And then it gradually becomes broader and broader. And I really don't have, um, much to say here, nothing new. Just pay attention. So what I'm doing and also draw really fast. But you shouldn't you just take your time and this one lakh. Also, I wanted to come under this one big clump, which I want to be overlapping. - So always focus on the small section of hair, creating strokes from both ants off that section and double and bottom part of the hair darker so and usually in the middle, when the hair curves it, eggs exposed delight. And that's why it's highlighted. And it's that simple. And this is the step where you indicating the position of your highlights over the clumps and this lock. I also want to make next to the sample lock a similar shape. Some of them can have similar shape, but not all of them, even if you don't create any highlights over the clump. Ah, it will suggest that this that clump is stretched morden d autres once again. See, I want to make old. Is locks coming under dist. One big clump. Same goes with color passes. I actually I usually use color pencils much more than graphite. And but the metal is the same Onley there you should You have to use more color pencils. Not only one, but at least three or for different castles toe to make it realistic. But it is used usually the same thing like here. So if you have some core passes, you can give it a try. Using this tutorial, just apply Callers and just relaxed have confidence with every stroke because it's better to draw Kwik confidence strokes then, uh, to draw down with attention that they wouldn't look a natural. So if some of the hairs is out of the place, it is not out of the place because here moves and it's OK here. I also want to make a few clumps and this one it is in, I want to make it much darker. And then I'm going to still create highlight over that bar like this. So the disc lump, What will be will appear overlapping. And the dark hair will, uh, look shadow here also don't want to make any clumps, just just troubling. But this too. I want to make it to clumps here. And also I'm just separating them with darker strokes here like this. Also, it's some random hairs. 7. Softening the Hair: No. Let's blend it all with a tissue and start ordered highlights for suit that you one apply a lot of graphite over from the shadowed parts and and always look for a clean part for tissue to blend the clumps. If you remember, death was the second step that we did with a sample walk. So here, just saying you can see that I'm often looking for it clean part my T shoe and I just blended carefully using the same motion that I used with my passell I start or the shadow parts. And just but to go over to highlights us well, you can see how it becomes soft and shiny and and very different. And this way we're impressing the graph I into paper and into the fiber of the paper. And this is what creates what makes this look soft so the lines are not harsh anymore. You can even blend it with a Q tip or with a blending stump. But I think the issue it it makes it faster or I don't know for larger areas. I always use a T shoe, and I use a blending stump and a Q tip for small sections. You can also use a condom bad toilet paper, kitchen, paper towel, whatever. Just don't use the those most arising A T shoes, just borderless simple T shoe. 8. Creating the Darkest Parts: Okay. Now let's create darkest part of the picture, the sections between the clumps which also may contain some hair. But it is so deep that it gets no light at all. And, uh, I'm using a B pencil here. You can use seven b A, B or nine B or six B, even three beers, just okay, but it should should be much darker than than an age. Be particular. If you draw a black hair. Maybe in the case of blond hair, you can use a to B and not darker. So now I'm here, just covering depart that I left untouched. But I can also go over the areas wherever I want. So it doesn't have to be only the section that I haven't drawn anything and you can see that this tiny curl looks us if it is coming from the darkness because I created to Grady in transition or death here also just carefully just feel in this tiny sections and it will actually give the death to your drawing. And it will look last flat and even more realistic. So always use the dark pencils. Brave, Really. A lot of people are afraid of using dark passes. But I think nothing bad can happen. It can see that I'm outlining to clumps this way, and I'm giving them shape. You're also just wherever you want. Wherever you don't have drawn any Klum for wherever you want to to create dark areas, I have sharpen it a bit. These, uh, dark vessels are very soft and day run out faster while those age passel they you have never You never have to sharpen them, actually. And I don't actually recommend Scharping them because they can scratch the paper, so always use around it. Point often. Age pencil on. Agent brighter. Okay, here also, you can see them create creating also lines between clumps just a little bit. So not only triangles, but like this. You just separate them with dark area, whatever you want. Not here. It will be difficult to erase this eight be pants off. You can always change something. You can raise a bit of it. It won't be white anymore, but you can make me don out of it over it. And I mean, if if you don't like you, just starting your drawing and nothing back and happen the most important that you're practicing. That you were getting to know this. Pencils how they work. DiVall use that they produce and what you can do with them. You will see that this way. Your practice. Okay, I'm homeless, Dawn. And now you can see that those highlights that I left actually untouched. They are now even more prominent after I have drawn black sections it made has made them pop even more. Now let's blend the edge between this black, the sections, Danish sections and the hair. I'm using a blending stump here because I need to to blend it for size. Lee. Only the edge. You can see how it does. It still has a strong sharp edge between the black and surrounding areas, and it's not good. So we have just too soft in this edge. You can even you do this with be pass ill or a age B. But then also you should blend it a bit with a blending stump. Just go all around tiny black section to Joe, just go around them. And now you can see how the edge of their softer and it kind of the kind of belongs belongs to the picture much more like this. Just take your time and through this would each section I just want to darkened this under this highlight under this overlapping slump And as you can see, it made it book so that cast a shadow is is very important. Okay, if you have removed some of the gratified with blending, that always happens and you can still can see the white dots of the paper through the cart off off eight b pencil or any other dark band. So you just go over it again. Okay. I think I have here only in this corner left areas that I have to shade the edge like this . You can see that there's no clear edge between the dark and bright Don's anymore, and it makes the hair for look softer. I'm just speaking up the graphite with my tip of my blending stump and applying that over day areas where I want to create cast a shadow. But we will be doing that later us against see everywhere where I have where I want to have overlapping clumps and hairs. I just create the cast shadow, the shadow cast by them over the under lying clumps, and I do this with blending stump because I just have pretty much a graph. I don't step, but you can apply passive for that and blended. I have a lot of graphite, and I'm creating cast shadows and blending them. No, but the same time I always have a blending stump, which has a lot of graphite on its deep or both hips, and I have blending stump that it's pretty clean, so because I need them for different things. 9. Building up the Mid tone: okay, since we have brightened up DeMint on with blending, let's apply again on H B over Dimmitt Tong, just the same that we did very beginning. But this time it will look much better because we have already impressed graphite into the paper and it will look ma smart look much better here. Also amusing mechanical pencil with an age be lead, and I'm basically going over to areas that they did under very beginning. So we actually have created shadows. How thrown and highlights so far, and it's now it's time for a texture. Now we're establishing the Mentone or so to say, the basic tone and adding details and texture off the hair. What we created so far are the shapes of of the clumps, and now we're adding details and texture. You know, here you can eat her, change the fans still and use different values for but you can use the same pencil us me. I'm using an age we all the time, and it changed the pressure. You can see how I create much darker lines in some areas and also create broader hairs with the same pencil. I just changed the pressure so now that we have that three dimensional shape of the clubs that we created with the previous steps. Now we can make details, created details and the texture of the hair by drawing hair by hair and also here the same way. Have to create that smooth Grady and the same thing thing that we did in the first step. But this time was more details, because we're not going to to blend this hair anymore. I just want to press hard here more to create the cast shadow you can see because that or lopping plump to cast a shadow or diese clumps under it underneath okay and also always graced some flyways. Some fear said random flyaways. They're flying everywhere, doesn't that are not connected to any clumps, and they should be dark and also highlighted, which is something that we're going to do at the end of the drawing. You will see you're also let's create cash shadow to make some of the clumps look closer to the view over side and the orders for four order fruit viewers I or so to say deeper. This is what we can achieve with cash shadow because the cash shadow it. This is the point of three D drawings. I have tutorial some three D drawings and a cast shadow is crucial. Part of creating three D drawings, it was separated, object from the background and so on. And here the same. I have shaded this upper part of this tiny law because I wanted to appear much darker so that it can look up less illuminated because some parts of the clumps are always less eliminated in the orders. So just tried to introduced us many tones and values us possible not only to have dark brides and moved on, but to have a lot of shades of graves that included in each drawing that you create. But we're not going to leave the highlights. This bride, if you remember what we did with a sound sample lock, we applied to age over the highlights, but I'm still using an age be lead. I want to create this area darker to make this or locking clump that's against see, I'm always pressing more where I want to create a cast shadow right under under the overlapping hair, and here also want to create cast shadow that's like two millimeter. Take 23 millimeter tick. So did the or lot lobbying Lumpkin appear closer to the viewers? I And this way the underlying clump will appear deeper, so facing the first thing to do is to establish the shapes, the volume of your clumps and locks to make them three dimensional. And after dad, you can create texture over them details and because you have already basic where you can fly into texture, so don't start with texture and the But this is something to draw. Attend when you have created them, treat three dimensional shape. That's a different story when we draw a straight hair well, straight here, it's quite easier, much, much easier, and you can make it faster. But for me, curly hair, it's much more interesting because of it's difficult if it requires more attention. More time 10. Building up up the highlights Part 1: so here also that smooths graduate ingredient from shadow to highlight as important to create also by changing to pressure when your pencil Now I use a to age and I start overdid on HB and I just want to go over the highlights. And also I changed the pressure on my to age Bassel to create some darker highlights because there they shouldn't be the same off the same valued highlights. Some of them should be brighter, some of them darker, so give them variety and make them different. Just changed the pressure when your pencil and you will see that you can create different values off the highlights because the hair is not illuminated the same way everywhere. I mean over the highlighted parts, you can even separated, highlighted here with two age by creating some darker strokes over two highlights. I just want to feel this area two car because it's I didn't want to make this black because it's too big, so I just want to create random hairs. None locks, not any clumps. And now we can do the same with each clump I'm still using to age because highlights like this or too bright and there's still don't have texture. And here, also in the upper right corner. I just want to create some run random hairs just to cover this part. But I don't want to make gloms here, but of course, you can create plums even here in the corner. But if you have sections with all clumps, your skin create around him hair and blended twitty shoe, of course, or with a Q tip. So I'm continuing to age and here, also a press. Moreover, the age be, and I just leave off the pencil slightly when I go over to highlight. And some of this strokes, as a measure should be, should be longer. Two Separate some strings. This way, this to age can't really create dark volumes, so you can press hard with this. And of course, you should use pre around point because while sharpened point that can scratch your paper, - I'm going no again or do sample look because it's still too bread. The highlights over them seem to be too bright, and us I mentioned, we can always add more. Now you can see when you compare the clams that I haven't Ah, don't any details on over them and this, but I just finished that. There's a huge difference between only the shape of the clump and the clump with texture, so everything is important. Three D shape is important, and texture is important. If you exaggerate and make it too dark, you can always erase. So just go over the highlights to be for three B, whichever you use. So once again, you start ordered or HB area and you press hore and just go over to highlight releasing the pressure because that's self ingredient is is very important. I'm still using it to age, and I just wanted to darken highlights. And also I separate some hairs within a clump by shading between them but it to age like this. So I'm doing the same with each clump. I don't really want to repeat myself all the time. 11. Building up up the highlights Part 2: 12. Finishing Touches Part 1: Now let's blend these highlighted areas with a Q tip but blend Onley to age areas that we just created nothing else. So everything that you draw should be blended to make it look look soft. And also the clumps appear more shiny after blending. So just carefully go over to age areas. I often replaced my Q tips with the new ones because I don't want to apply graphite over two highlights. And but this Q tips are pretty cheap, so you can just throw them out and use clean once for the highlighted areas. And now we have only finishing Dodgers left flyways, and here we can improve whatever you want to brighten up the areas or to make them darker. - I have to dark and more of the areas, which is of course, doesn't mean that you need to, but I just want to make them a bit darker here. They still seem to be too bright, so it is always easier to add more shade done to remove. So just start with bright stones, and then you can apply darker shades over death. I'm using an HP for this, and I just want to strengthen my mid dawns, - and I just want to blend it just stippling with my Q tip, because I don't want to to go over to areas that I have finished just over what I just have shaded. And no, we can create some highlights over deeper tuning parts of the clumps. Wouldn't a razor just place the tip off your razor over the highlight over the bent area, which gets the most light and just moving towards the shadows towards the the basic dawn and also released a pressure. And don't press too hard if if you don't want to remove too much of the graphite. But if you have exaggerated, you just go over it with a Q tip or would have blending stump and and then darken it again this way. I mean, if you don't like that, highlight, if you want to eliminate it or just dark, innit? Thang go over with a Q tip, so you just and has the highlights by raising everywhere you have them, where you want to make them brighter. And of course, highlights also had to gradually disappear into do basic dawn off the hair into the mid on , and you can achieve that 13. Finishing Touches Part 2: they wouldn't razor to make slow progress and to see how much the highlight you want. If it isn't bright enough, you just go over again. But it's a mention. If you exaggerate, you just go over with a blending stump and you can darken it. I'm using this razor in pencil because I want to highlight Dick Lump in general. And, um and now I want to use my mechanical pass a razor that I just copped the top of the gum with the knife and I get very sharp edge of it. And I can create hairs individual hairs like this. So this are highlighted. Flyways. Don't you can create wherever you want. I like this mechanical Passover a razor because it can create really brought here. So just a random where you want displaced tip off your razor and move would quick, confident motions and just relax and, uh, create them in one pass. So here you can't make mistakes because they can be everywhere any shape. It could be curvy, straight like this, so you don't have to press too hard. But they had to press enough to eliminate a bit of graphite and to create bride. Here's so we can't do that actually, over the eight B areas. And that's why we have to use something like wide in. Could Gail pants or white markers Park markers? Okay, so something like this, this will make the clumps deluxe look more natural with thes flyaways all over the place. Because there always be some hairs, individual hairs that just don't stick to any lock. And it looks more realistic. Give if we create them here. Also, if you don't like them, you just go over down with pencil or blending stump and you can eliminate them. Okay, I think it's enough now. I just want to blend the ends off some of the hairs to make their, uh, them gradually disappear. And now let's use this white marker by UNIP Oscar for creating a highlighted here's all over the dark areas. Since they sometimes seem to be to take, I just, uh, want to make them keener by eliminating Depart along them with exacta life. If you don't like this lines that you create with this marker, you can easily remove them, particularly when it dries up. Would your nail or button, except a knife or As you can see, you can make it dinner and, um, and also eliminated. Or if you don't want it to be too bright, you just stop on it while it's what I could see that I just did. Okay, that's it. I hope that you enjoyed this tutorial, and the two have learned something, and I hope to see your results. And please check up my order Tutorials on here and see you soon with an extra tutorial. Bye bye.