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Intuitive Portrait Sketching with the Loomis Method – Part 3

December 15, 20181 Comment


The Loomis Head that I’ve taught so far shows you all the guidelines to draw heads proportionally. It’s incredibly helpful, but you don’t have to follow it line by line once you get good at drawing the average head. This video will show you how I approach drawing heads and mapping out the facial features in a more intuitive way.

In Part 1 I gave you a general overview of the Loomis Method. In Part 2 I showed you how to use a Loomis Head to fit any head type.

Check out the rest of 2018’s 12 Days of Quicksketch:

Day 1 – Kim Jung Gi
Day 2 – Getting Better Faster
Day 3 – Sketching with Ink from Imagination
Day 4 – Quickly Draw Heads – Loomis Part 1
Day 5 – Draw ANY Head Type – Loomis Part 2
Day 6 – Intuitive Portraits – Loomis Part 3
Day 7 – Meditation for Artists
Day 8 – Improve Your Sketching Speed
Day 9 – Painting Challenge
Day 10 – The FORCE Method
Day 11 – Draw Using Reilly Rhythms
Day 12 – Speed Sculpting

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  1. Ben says:

    Hey Stan,

    thanks, this was a really useful video, especially the final example. Are you planning any more videos that go in-depth on adding the facial features to the head? Constructing the eye sockets and adding all the rest of the eyes feels particularly tricky!

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