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Write so I actually forgot that we also need to draw the they had Sadu really quick basic thing of the head. And then when you get to here and then we'll get into the what makes you know hair sexy and then also the rules what makes a face is sexy. I get a little bit little bit into expressions and things like that they will finally do our final sketches of pinups and then our final couple of renderings and different styles. Right. So just quickly about the head basically the head is twice as wide as it is tall divided half and half both ways. And so just get used to drawing and oval that they take this link here and it should equal that length that length that's kind of like the basics out of the head. And another other way to do it is to like draw a perfect circle or perfect square square method and then divide that in half. And this is and give you the eyebrowed line take this length from here to here. This will be your nose and then pull that length down and that's and b your overall shape of the head. Here your in to fit in this area here. Make sure that you're in a chair and come down here and this is you know just the basic idea that every head is different. So this gives you a basic structure. The eyes are in the middle of it above the nose and below the eyebrow line and then take that same length inhered here or even you know somewhere up here does have to be exactly the rule of thirds. But you know it can be from here to here and then you know it's as up to you that's about where the hair line will be drawn ears and the nose to the eyebrow line. Then the neck actually connects sometimes behind the door it just depends if it's a male or female. You know I like to kind of come down straight with my females. I like to keep the next dinner make them look even better by making it longer. And then you have about length the part you have about four eyes so kind of divide this into four. And so you have this one here and in that link they're selling the same ship I part the eyes and then about a half eye on each side which equals you know one eye. So it's three four eyes length if you include the ears as well. It's another half I half which are five. Five Eyes long. And that's pretty much all you need right there for the basic construction of the face. Now here's a quick check our show. Earlier Obama showed again hit the transparent lock. Take a bigger brush. Take something like red. Bad guy construction a line. You just change the color reconceptualize. It's like that just that easy. And then I take that back off and then make a new layer here real quick. And then we'll plug in the basic features so. So just a quick rundown of some of the things that make a woman sexy for cartooning is when you draw the eyes you kind of draw them like almost like rectangles like this. And then you can add in makeup you can either add makeup. You know that's more fancy and has you know more lines too if you're doing something more detailed if you're doing you know if the face isn't very big on your page you want to go to too much detail so you can just you know simplify it and get the makeup look something like this you can have the lines of the eye come up like that to have a more angry look where you can have them kind of cover like that. You can also give them bigger letters and this all makes a difference. You know adding this darkness down here like that was how to do it. And then you turn the eyes to like look one to one direction. This is these are some rules to start memorizing already to make sexy as that. Eyes looking and like Often one direction will add some sexiness to the eyes and will add a little bit of light into either. So the actual eyes stays pretty small it's the makeup that makes the eye look bigger and this eye line right here. I like to keep my eyebrows close. This often adds you know sexiness and then coming up. Don't want to look angry just kind of keep it straight come straight like this kind of come up at an angle and it kind of comes straight again. That kind of stair method for eyebrows works pretty good. It's used on a lot of comics and work great for pin ups but you might want to go something like you know megalo right rounded kind of eyebrows and that works too. So a general rule when you're drawing eyes is that whatever however far you put one eye over put that eye over on the same on the eye the same length. Make sure you put out the same length so you know the eyes all over the edge. Make sure it's all over the edge over here as well for noses and all kinds of ways you can do all noses on the front view. You can literally just go of drawing two lines you know two little tiny little. And then for holes make sure you can do all this all ended down here if you want to kind of indicate the lower part. Then you can indicate this bubbly part here. This is kind of a cute nose and not too much. Basically why don't you want that. You know the underline here and keep it kind of simple. And the flares I would keep tinier than a lot tinier than you would you know like in a photograph. So if you try to sound like trace a photograph you want to make the nose a lot smaller so those like that can work but typically you know when you're working with. My generation is way too big. Typically though when you're working with pinups whether it's realistic or not you know a comic style is you want to keep the nose you know fairly basic and cute tiny keep everything you know cute and come off with little animals like that. Flares are something you want to really be careful but sometimes you know I'll make a simple I nose I'll just drop the nose like this. That's it for the view lips are so many different kind of lips you can draw where I can get into like all of my lips you can draw it just you know look around. Basically what let's make them sexy is being big and they have a big curve here or they can have even a pointy curve here that doesn't really matter so much. I use it all on my of them like this. They actually come down with the angle of the lip like so again this isn't eye to eye can I kind of like to add that curve right there kind of had the mouth open this is one of the things of sexiness is number what kind of lips you give them if you make them out open them actually you give them this kind of like more sexy desire desire. Look So that's a general you can keep in mind making lips big you want to keep your you know you can keep your cheeks kind of a rounded makes you come in with a jaw. You want to have more points especially if all you're doing is linework you're not going to like Walt by what linework work. If you're not actually going to do any like shading a lot of shading into the face then you want to keep it basic like this and it will just add some basic care. You can have a split down the center of his hairline will have a split here and I'm going to get into it a second. But it's going off. This is the hairline squared off of and then so and have it come down like this. And that's all the hairline there. And then here comes up this way he has some thickness and they have it to wear covers the ear these basic shapes for cartoons. You know you can get more detail if you want. That's up to you and then we'll have the back of the hair showing through all of it and it will be kind of short let's say. Right so they have pretty simple just keep it simple. If I you know show that under layer you don't see it like that. So that's really the basics of faces you know as far as how to draw them. Just remember those those points you should be OK. And then the placement of the you know the size of things so. Couple other quick quick things refresher is that the nose you know we already know how far down the nose is but we just want action in relation to as well. It's about an eye length and a half down that's about how far down the nose is and then taken the same measurement the eyes and it's easy to measure the eye going to cost this way. That's a good measurement to measure by then from the bottom of the nose you can. You can go like the middle the mouth is like you know three quarters of an eye. But based what I do is I just draw a circle. I'm like OK I know but how far down I need to go here from Belgium. Everyone's filtering is different. Some symptoms are longer than others but typically that's about how far down they go. And how you determine that that size is up to you. You can you can go OK well that that measurement is like a third of a third of an eyelid or something you know it doesn't really matter how you want to do it but if you want to think about. I think he can I just kind of place a circle here and I know that's from you know I'll make sure I have enough room for my chin. You can have a lot more room for the chin than you are up here. And also matters that the mouth is open or closed. But anyway just some general principles and then that when you have the front view the jaw begins to change right there about the midway point at the mouth and then you want to make sure you come down to a point your chin. That's a general thing for sex and that's when you're drawing. And so those are some of the you know general principles of drawing faces and then when you draw a three fourths view some things to keep in mind is that you take that same ole my pencil a big I made it big. And so you can also pick down here. I forgot about that so this picked size three is kind of easy and 2.5 are good pencils either. So you can do the same thing we have like you start with that perfect circle you know kind of divided but in this case you know you kind of think about the circle being rounded kind of like this way and they're taking that same length from from here to here coming down. And then what happens here is is this line more chin is on one side than the other. And then the basic shape is then be like this. And then you take your chin line and then come here. Make sure you have your eye so your ears are free and then the eyes can be a bit lower. The nose is on a come in here and then typically from three fourths view the nose kind of comes in like this and kind of comes like that and then you have the part of the nostril and the flare coming off like this it doesn't actually connect. And then this comes up and this will be eyebrow eyes and be partly covered if it's extremely porous you still have a full length apart. It's good thing to remember that you still have the eyes over here. We have more eyes because you're starting to fly across because you're starting to see the side of the head which is longer so the mouth still fits that same area. You're seeing less of the lips on one side than the other. Again this is a headquarters my headquarters 12 hours long. This is just a quick refresher. And then from the profile of you you have actually it's you kind of divide this in half and then your ear goes in this lower half here and the jaw line starts to come out this way. So that's kind of the same measurement but the head is actually wider from the side view which is why when you go to three fourths view it's kind of like an angle when you go to three fourths view that's why it looks a lil bit longer than front view because you're starting to see part of the side plain. So you kind of see a lot of the side playing which is like kind of like about here. And then you start to see a lot of the side plane and since aside planes longer it makes the whole head seem a lot longer when you view from the three fourths view and you have here I hear eyebrow and nose and then lips again I'm not going to go like into great detail about about different views because it's kind of something that you already know how to do. But anyway that's just a quick refresher of the heads and like I said not too much detail about it. And why racist stuff. All right so I'm using black for my lines layer and red for drawing my sketches over over the lines to draw the hair. All right so that's the basic principles of the head and face just a refresher of how the head looks. And then you know from the back end here you can just kind of see it and just you know this again just a really quick refresh of the head. And I want to get too much detail about it because they have a whole course on that and you want to know this stuff already. We're drawing pinups because I can do all Pin-Up or sex open up you know if you can't do all phases and stuff well so. But we will go into more detail about some of the features and expressions and stuff that make the face cute for pinups you know as a place for pinups. So one thing about hair is when viewed from different angles you can see different things and sometimes this is hard to imagine you have the kind to think logically about it. So from that point of view here you have the hair. You know it's all wavy messy. Then when you view her turning around this way you've got to think about OK so the hairs coming down covering her left breast right. And so if the hair or excuse me that's come on her left breast and so it come in her lap her left breast. But it's kind of going over you know it's kind of coming. It's not really just covering her left breast but you've got to think about when you turn it when you turn her this way. Is it still covering her left breast or is her hair covering shoulder to view is her hair coming this way see how it's coming this way and then so from this view you're shown it coming. It's actually covering her right breast or left her left breast that's visible. And you have to think about when you're looking this way how much of the hair is coming this way and coming out front. So how is this possible. Well if you view it from this angle turn her around this way you can see her hair is actually coming out away from her body is actually not covering her left breast from the front view. When you view it from the point of view it looks like this hair is covering her progress but it's actually out in the front of it. And so you'd actually have to draw like you know to me what angle the light was from you would draw you know some drops out of the hair showing that it's further away from the body. So this is you know a quick idea about here. You know believe me stay with me here for a moment I'm going to show you some really really cool about her. They never seen before and I think it's a make hair just click for you in a way that's really cool this in this hair refresher. And then when you get into like hairstyles to kind of draw a couple of hairstyles and then guilty about some maybe some basic principles about hair. There's really not much that applies to hair when it comes to pin up. Basically what makes your hairs getting in the way in your Pin-Up makes her whatever hairstyle use to make sure it's brushed in such a way that it's not going to get in the way of the things that you want to emphasize in your pin up. So if you're trying to emphasize the breast don't cover the breast up with the hairstyle. You know if you want to emphasize her neck and shoulders don't cover it all up in this case like I wanted to I'm showing you know some shoulder and some bras. You know I would actually you know have some sort of elite swimsuit or something on here because I don't think nude pinups are really pinups. But everyone you know can decide that for themselves. So keep in mind that you know some general principles about hair the main principle here is that don't cover up what you're trying to accentuate an opinion. We said the things that make a pinup sexy art accentuating those sexy parts of the body. You know the curve of the hips the you know the thighs you have the belly area your shoulders your your back your upper back being shown lower back is very sexy to the curve of the lower back. You know your breasts accentuate the breast is entering the buttocks so is make sure that your hairstyle and whatever pose using brush in such a way that it's not covering those parts. OK. That's pretty much the only rules really to hair that I would spend the rest of the time just kind of showing you a little bit of refresher in how to understand here a little bit because I think this will blow your mind. If you have never seen anything like this before so we think about hair. Remember that it comes it grows out from all from all over your hair line. So think about the hairline and everyone's hairlines are different but make sure I can mix it with the right layer. Your hair line kind of comes out like this on you know usually it's kind of a female hairlines usually lower than males. And so that's the hairline. And it goes all around like that right. And it goes around to the back from the front view. And the hair comes off the you know usually unless it's inherently flat there's usually some bounce to it it comes off as a little bit then you kind of have your hairline here like that the hair also grows. So think about this whole hairline and it's growing off all the area keep it short. Now just to show you the hairline hairline comes in the back here. Comes off the head. Right. So that's how the hair hairline is. And so the hair grows out of all that area. Let's go ahead and make this. When you view it from three fourths view what's interesting thing happens here. So keep in mind is less the hair disappears over there. Notice from the first view. See how much this hair is here in the view. We don't see it as much from the three fourths view same thing. Look all this hair here through force view a lot of it disappears. And that's the reason why is because all this part of her head is turning a lot away from us so we're not we're not seeing a lot of that here anymore. We're just seeing a little bit the part that sticks out. Those are you know principles yet to kind of learn and makes much more sense. You know if you take some courses in the subjects that like drawing heads and stuff. Right. So this is the hairline. Now the hair grows out and here is how hair kind of grows. So there's a click from the back here it's usually kind of in the back. And hair starts growing out here. Right. So you have hair growing out there. But short you might see a little bit of it here and then you kind of see a little bit back there. Right. You kind of tilt her head 40 will see the cowlick more because you usually a line separating. Here you have a line here and a line here just depends on how you separate the hair. But you can have a line here and pull the hair to the side like this and you can have the line here and pull the hair up like this and have you know bangs coming from both directions like that so it doesn't have to be in the center. You continue to have hair growing out all the way to the hairline like this right. And then it continues to grow like this and grows like this. This is if it's short growth like this and this is sticking static you know without gravity. Gravity has not played any role yet. Grabby doesn't exist. So in each of these points it sticks out right so I imagine that and then badging that gravity takes effect and when gravity takes effect you know how long those hairs are and whether they have hairspring and things like that it pulls those hairs down so their hands comes up has a volume that it pulls down comes up his voice pulls down comes up as well and this is shorthair right from here. The same thing happens and then from here the same thing happens. And from here the same thing happens from here the same thing happens from here. Let's say it's the same length every everywhere they have it cut the same way. And so if you were to kind of then draw the basic shape here of this hair it would kind of be like that. And then also from the back. You think about in the side but also from this back it's all grown down like this as well right. And in gravity's pulling it down and down and down and down. So that means you're happy you have some hair down here as well. And so that's like that. And so if you're going to draw this just basic you know all these hairs overlapping each other you can show that by having a couple of lines here and there. You have this kind of hair back here. Be like the basic hairstyle. So the hairstyles determined by how it's cut you know because it's all going off on those points. Now one easy way to think about here and this is the part I really wanted to show you that that's one thing about hair that you know it's very interesting and you should sort of blow your mind. And then just click on transparent here with me. No I actually got my pencil tool I use up my pencil tool to where it has the hand when I hold down the same keys that when I have my it I have my brush. I don't know why it's not set up universally and if you have to do that I thought I knew how to do it. And I said universally but it's changed. I used to actually work anyway. Actually I'll show you quickly because all you do is you click on this. You click on the settings here. No no no you go to the edit I believe and you go to the file. I think it's preferences or command bar settings shortcuts. If I keep things maybe that's when one of my key settings I think this is where it's at brings us up here. So I have it you know it's controlled to change temporarily and all changes eyedropper. And this is when it's on your common settings where it's a common setting so control to try this and see if this works. I want a change tool temporarily and that's why I want to change to when you want to hit to control is the move tool. And that is the hint tool. And so let's see if this works a quick. I have razor and it's not working when I hit Control drop or x some reason when I have control it's not trying to actually try one more thing here because I think I forgot to check this year and then change till temporarily. And it has hand said to be good and then quick OK and now it's not working. Now. Damn what the heck. I'm going to figure this out. So I figure it out you have to do it I guess for. I guess it can't be general unless maybe it can be general if you don't set each tool I don't know. But anyway so I have the razor set. I go to a file modify key settings just for those you might be interested in doing this. Felt like it to work like I have. And you go to settings for each settings for each process tool control change tool temporarily and then make sure when you just go down here a change will temporarily principal thing here get a move Adventure's hand and choose OK and BAM. Now it's hand so now and to have this tool selected if I go like that I can go back to hand and same thing with this tool. I have all these tools. Right so here's the next principle and enjoy here. So when you think about it think about as being a bail built starts to appear and it kind of comes down like this. Gravity is pulling the ball down like this. And then all you're going to do is are going to cut into that veil that bell goes all around the character you know like in the back and in the front. So think about it as being invisible. Like almost like a tube going overhead you know like a bullet invisible bullet here and then you know it has this is the form of the invisible bullet. Now you have to do is cut into that form and you have your hair basically in any hairstyle you want to get. So we can start cutting into this form let's say we want to beings and as they hairs coming forward you know Also keep in mind you know the basic principles of the collagen how hair grows out and then how you have it cut and how it's layered and stuff like that. But we're just you know think about the basic shape so let's go ahead and plot the hair here. Right so when to pull the hair out and we're going to have one basic shape here for the bangs. We're going to take the bangs we're going to kind of cut them down like this with a kind of long right here and then we have some coming here and they have it kind of be patched to the eyebrows or so and then we're going to have other parts of the bone is going to be longer. Kind of give her a funky haircut let's say we can kind of pull these ones and pull in front of her eye here and come over here. So the shape has come around. So he cut that part longer right so that's how he cut this front shape. And then now we think about the back hair. So this is all we're seeing from the front end right here and we're going into all that and black now with the pen tool you know when you're drawing cartoons you keep it simple like so. And then let's go in and cut the back. So how long went to about to be a wall. Let's take this back here and say we want it to come. We want to come out so far either we want to kind of come like this way and cut it in here and we'll have one wild hair kind of come out like this. Let's say but the rest of the hair we want to be relatively short and kind of angle as it goes towards towards the back so it's kind of angled down like that in the back. So we kind of an idea what it looked like in the back and then we'll have the same thing here and maybe it will kind of give it some wind and kind of blow it. So it's not so static. And then I'll have this piece of hair kind of flipping like this and come across like that actually got to stick to the shape we have there. OK. Let's go ahead and take a brush here and we'll pull this shape of the hair. We'll have this one to come up for that actually winds really blowing it. And that's you know that's pretty much it. And when you think about here and think about the direction that the hair is being combed and being pulled by gravity and stuff to have the hairlines and that's it. So then when you then you have to try to visualize well how does that same hairstyle look from different areas from different directions. But you still imagine that same veil on top here. Imagine it coming over the head. But it's See here what happens is actually. Think about that same center spot which is actually more like here the Kellock spot right. And so this Behl's coming down like this mentioned coming around over here and it doesn't come on that when you have a three force view it comes on this side more than a dozen this side. It comes up right here. When we actually come out a little bit further over there and maybe a little bit further over here. Just make sure that you know it's further on their side than the other side that's all things go at the three fourths of you. And then you might well see it a little bit of it over here like this right. And that's it. So now we're in it. Imagine what with this hair. So we know her. This is her left thigh her right eye. Right so are right left. But you know it's her left her right. So her left thigh. If you turn the head this way this is her left eye still. This is her right eye. So we know it's her left eye that's being covered by the hair. This gives us a clue in how to draw that hairstyle. This is actually a cute hairstyle to draw as well. So now you want to think about how far you know if I'm turning your head this way and this is her eye and half her eyes being covered. Think about how you know where does the hair come down from. So it's coming down it's covering half this eye. It's kind of the angle has come from over here. And so we have to cut it like this and it comes down and we know it comes Well actually it comes like this. And then it kind of comes out and it kind of comes over her ear about half way over here over here. So that kind of keeps the shape. Something like that's how we cut into it and it kind of comes off somewhere around here. And you've got to side how far you know from the front you know it's covering all of her hair. But then the side view and the three fourths you think about the bangs usually come from that colic and they come out and they come down so they're not going to go over to the back. Right. So they come down to what we're about here and that will shape it going into the rest of her bangs. We had you know like this and then we had a couple of sharp things and going to see a couple the Bangs may be sticking out here like this because remember it's been because it's turning around we don't see as much of this side of the head because it's turning around away from us. We're only seeing you know like right here right. So we're not seeing all this hair over here it's turned away from us. So think about what part of the eye you're seeing which is here. That's what we're seeing too. Because of that you're not seeing anything else over here. That's all out of view. Yes it puffs out enough that you can see some of it kind of sticking out. Right. So we have this here coming of like this and then you might see a little bit this hair sticking out if it's coming forward at all. And when she turns and three fourths of you will see a couple of those strands like that and then you know as it comes back round and we're kind of coming down remember like that because we're coming down around recutting up this way and then like this. Now this comes right back here and this is a come up a little bit farther and then kind of show the roundness of the head more and come back. This put this hair out. Now I got Remember that had the wind blowing so but the winds actually blowing more of this front here here. And so you got to think about the Hurby right here. This is the part that's blowing out like this and then you had a few more little strands here that's more strands and that were blowing in front of the back of the hair. Smashbox I should actually do the lines properly. So they go out and race this or a quick small racer take pen to black again and make straight draw to show that that's coming in front of that back here. Recompense OK. I think I was drawing this all with the pen tool that was meant to be drawn with a pencil not sure whether or not. Right now we have a little bit of the back hair here showing and it kind of comes up like that and that's behind us like it was over here. We can show a break like that. You wanted to keep it consistent. And that's pretty much what that hairstyle is going to look like. This is all coming kind of from the top here and you have that clear break at the back of the hair here. Flaring out you know some of this is kind of still sort of front hair. You know it's like the side of the hair. These hairs are originating from somewhere here in the hairline. That's where these hairs are originating here. They're coming down here like that. We have them kind of long and then the other ones just kind of blend in with the back of the hair from that link and will have the back of the hair showing here. So some lines here and then show some breaks and hair and there you have it so now you have the hair from that view and then of course you'd have to delete all race all this year. It's going to make the race so smaller. Racing the under is going to race into a part of the school here year round. All matches right. Like so this is the hardest part of juggling here is to imagine how it's a look from different angles. You have to think about what it's covering what's turning away from us. And then you start to figure it out and hoping that you know this refresher on hair and then also I've never actually done a hair of course that's not really or if it's a refresher if you've done a of course before. But you know I've looked around for her courses and there really is any and that's kind of a shame. So I should definitely do one and I plan to do that for the ultimate comic course. Anyway so now we're have a bell here pull the veil down have a kind of like you don't want to have it from the bell from the side is a little different than an angel so kind of comes out like this. And you can imagine that that loop and then you know how much of it you know it doesn't from the side it doesn't come through as far get close that mark anyway. Come out here and it comes down and it covers the nose a little bit like this is like kind of a veil from the side of you throw it like that. It's a case of want to have like you know buff things. Right now you have to think about how is this hair going to look from the side. So we know it's covering this eye. This Her left eye actually turning just turning that way. This is her left shoulder and because she's carrying it she's continued to turn around this way and so we know that this is her left eye. So this is this being covered. The thing is you've got her side now. How far out does this hair go. You know from the reports you can't really see it. And this is where you can decide this kind of thing. And so where to have the hair kind of come up kind of far. It's a kind of kind of like. Out to here. Then come this way and cover the I know what's what's interesting. See it's covering the whole Ivens reports view but not in this view. That's because she's turning so the hair as you're looking over here the hairs covering all the eye. And so from that from the side view the hair is actually covering. Have given her big bangs inside the hairs cover her. And it's kind of coming out like this has this curvature to it. We know it comes down and it comes down to about the halfway part of the hair. It originates from here the bangs. All right take it from here. This whole section is like your bangs so that's where it originates from. And so you want to kind of show the sections separating the sections off and you can kind of cut into this veil. And so that's showing her her bangs right. Right you know show a few little hair sticking out like this. Maybe you know one over here. We're like oh no. Doesn't matter how you know how you going flip it up. But in this case we have to keep consistency there continues and it's you know all growing out here. You know this hair is all longer and it comes out this way and then we have that little curve in it and we you know hair back. So keep it back of the hair. It's a little above her shoulders. So it's about here. So it came out and kind of flip it like this right. That's how we do it. And then we take that hair and kind of pull it across because remember it's coming across in front of her ear a little bit some of it. And so that is we had some longer hairs here that this hair should've came off yet and covered the ear so here here is kind of like this. And actually it's coming you know kind of a forward let's say it's coming or it's originating from up here somewhere and it's coming down and it's covering. And so you got to say is it looking forward is it it's kind of coming down like this and it kind of looks that it can look the same from the three force view whether it's like this or whether it's kind of looking forward to going forward. So it's kind of cute from the side you and it would look like that for the three force viewers who everything is still and consistent than that here that's all point down here we still got to pull that hair here. That's on the side here and that's kind of coming forward a little bit like a blob cut like that and saw that hair is kind of coming down or saying like this and then let's go ahead and pull. And this goes seven rush matches and gives some bumps here to the hair. Get some more volume to it. Get some more volume to this here as well. Bump it stop these hairs here. First they will pull all these hairs coming down. You can even have a little bit of hair as it's rapin. See how this all kind of wraps around like that. So you can see some of this right here. You might see some back here because remember we had the hair styled to it has this kind of angle to it so it has this angle to it and from the side view if you see some of this hair then the long white people see a little bit that the hair the longer hair like this just a short hair maybe we'll see a little longer hair so it's not actually the back any hair from way over here. But you see a little that longer hair right here because it's it's curving around right. So let's show them with a longer hair right there and then go to that on the wrong layer son of a gun. OK. Well that sucks. I could do I was deucedly fast. To make this mistake was one thing you could do is like go to this layer now and go into a new layer turn that layer down so I can see what I'm doing. Let's just very quickly here. So I can look as pretty. That's OK. The basic principles can still be there. They're Let's go back to this and then let's see race all of that because we can't see any of that now. Get rid of the veil. I make sure I don't get rid of her face can't get rid of much of the veil once every draw it also doesn't look like that and so that's how the Herald kind of looked like from the side view you know I should be doing is like making a separate layer to etch in hair so that way I can erase the red as well or let's banish it. So when you think about this this veil it's a really cool trick to drawing here and I'm just about time. So we'll with really quickly the back view and then we'll call it call this view then we'll come back and do some other hairstyles and kind of talk a bit about more about hair rather than just the mechanics of hair. It's like you know the hair hair and face overview. We'll talk more about like what makes hair sexy and draw some concepts of hair and also do some kinds of hair and we do our final sketches of pull poses and that is for pinups and then we'll get into the face and all the about the mechanics and the face and you know kind of what makes the face cute. Mainly has to do with expressions and stuff there's a lot of expressions you can do but this is a few that you know really stick to least that I would really stick to you but you can get angry faces like that too but we've got to do a little bit that as well. And then we'll finally get into drawing or take all this knowledge and drawing sexy pinups and then draw a few finalized versions. Right so this much to this layer here. Well make sure we make another layer above that too as I remember. Q My final pin lines on that layer on the way. What layer that's on. Let's see. There you go. I that layer again and go back to list there. OK. Here's a red pencil and we draw our veil appear and we're making our hair more fluffy So we're coming down and it's kind of pulled it felt like this. This is the kind of shape. Then imagine it goes in the front as well as the back. And that's it. And then you shape it so member how we shaped it is it kind of short here and then kind of went longer in the back so that was like the basic shape I had like this. And then you know originally from up here it kind of pulled out kind of kind of was fluffy and it kind of comes down like this. That was the basic shape of the hair covered the ears. Then we know we had some flares sticking out here from the side here that originated in this area here that came down and then also some of the bangs and we might see some of the wavy part of the wings sticking out from that one from her left side remember this I hear some of these hairs here we might see a little bit of them. At least one of them kind of sticking out to give hairs. It's like a weird shape sometimes instead of like I had to kind of give hair like that kind of sharp and curve at the same time. Don't know since I like to do with my style something I developed over time. And then it's all pulling out from this cowlick so here this hair the way we have it cut is all this hair. Here's a longer. Right. So this patch here here is a bit longer we're cutting into this veil. And then this hair here this back hair is a little shorter like that that's what give it. So it's kind of almost like a top layer. That's how we see boom boom like that. That's what we also see it from the front. This time I'm going to make you know draw on this new layer here with my pin brush that way. You can see the hair has its own look what I'm done. Overlength so membered overlapping parts here this is kind of similar to the principles of foreshortening on the principle of foreshortening is to have overlapping objects. And if I turn that layer off you can see the hair on the race call the bullet. It's very slow. All together let's say here and we'll raise the head that we don't see and there we have it. So now you have a full hairstyle that we've got over and hopefully this will kind of help. As an overview how do you kind of remember how to turn a head in space and think about what part of the hair you can see and not see that's kind of a complicated hairstyle to do. And yeah you can always you know take those of yourself from different views and start your hair different ways and get an idea of how hair will look from bagels as well. All right so that concludes this lecture or lesson whichever you want to call it when we come back with the next one on hair. It will be more about the principles as it applies to pinups. And you know some hairstyles that are really cute that you'll see poplar and pinups and then really that that rule doesn't explain that rule against it's really only a rule that applies is you know don't cover too much to the face or if you want to kind of veils on the eyes you can't look at it here you know veiling part of eyes can actually be sexy as a kind of mister. What's behind that you know. Anyway thanks for watching.