Pencil Drawing : Ultimate Hyper Realistic Portrait Drawing
What you'll learn
- - Getting to know about the required tools for sketching the face
- - The principles of precise transfer of the model to the paper with the use of chequered lines
- - Basic tutorial of sketching and shading with brushes
- - The tutorial of working with different kinds of erasers ( dough – electronic – etude ) for creating lights
- - The way of using different brushes in order to create a hyperreal face
- - The way of using pencil powder in order to create a hyper real art masterpiece
- - Hyper real drawings with pencil and brush (eyes – nose – lips – eyelashes – eyebrows – ears – hair – fingers )
- - Paper
- - Conte pencil
- - Pencil powder
- - Brushes in different sizes
- - Dough, etude, and electronic erasers
- - Cutter
- - Fader
- - White pen
Welcome to "Ultimate Realistic Portrait Drawing & Shading A to Z" course . this course will teach you how you can create hyper real portraits so easily from basics . this tutorial will help you a lot in learning this style of painting with a very simple and basic figure of speech. This course does not need any pre-knowledge and even if you have just a little interest ,with the help of this course you can easily create hyper real sketches and drawings. Because we have tried to teach you all phases and steps completely step by step. And now what is hyper real drawing ?
Hyper real is a form of painting and sculpting. The result of this form of art looks like a picture or photo with a very high quality and resolution. Hyper-realism is seen as a breakthrough in photo realism using methods to create paintings.
The way of applying details in hyper-real form
Hyper Real paintings and sculptures create a tangible physical strength and presence through subtle lighting and shadow effects. Shapes, forms, and areas close to the forehead of the image appear visually beyond the front of the canvas. Many paintings are made using acrylic, oil, charcoal or a combination of them using a hair brush.
Usage of hyper-real style in chiaroscuro painting
Hyper-real style is used in chiaroscuro painting using high quality images as a model. Chiaroscuro painters try to use all the details in the model photo in the work, using the tools needed in this technique. The result is acceptable to the artists when there is justthe slightest difference between a photograph and a chiaroscuro. By comparing the model with the final sketch, you will realize how accurate the work is and without the slightest difference from the model
So it is better not to waste time and become a skilled painter right now with the help of this course.
Who this course is for:
- All painting students
- And all students who are interested in designing and creating hyperreal beauty
I’m Mariya Karim, I have a bachelor's degree in software engineering. With all the skills I have in this field, I have a strong interest in art. I have been practicing leather art for many years. In addition to creating and enjoying all of my own leather and household items such as my wife's office bag, my daughter's backpack, and so on, I am also teaching this art. I also get orders and its a source of income for me.
Also, I started painting professionally in 2010 and trained with great masters. I work in all styles, but my favorite style is hyperreal. I have many students in person and online, most of whom have reached good and acceptable levels in painting and drawing due to their talents.
Milad has a Bachelor of Software Engineering and Masters of Electronics and is also a Certified National Instrument (NI).
Regardless of his academic background, he has in-field experience in programming as he started programming and doing professional projects for many companies based in and out of the USA since 2004. He has taught LabVIEW from fundamental to advanced since 2012. He is also professional in PLC, Altium Designer (Designing PCB), AVR and ARM Microcontroller Programming, Designing Analogues and Digital Electronics, Simulation, and Modeling of Multiple Systems in the Matlab Simulink environment.
Being passionate about the world of graphics, he started working on Graphic Design (Photoshop, Illustrator, Adobe Lightroom) since 2008. Today, he is working on Graphic Design professionally and has some students as well.
Milad today is holding many Seminars, Webinars, and creating courses on programming and graphic design and has thousands of students who admire him as a great and knowledgeable teacher with clear explanations.