How To Draw and Paint Drawgirl
Step 62

We continue this Drawgirl tutorial by explaining and illustrating the sixty-second step of this pastel portrait painting.

Did you guess the answer to the question I posed in the previous step? In step 60 the sweep began, then in step 61 the sweep quickly spread to the right and included most of her hair, and finally in this current step, step 62, all the individual hairs of the model's head have been carefully crafted and constructed in the direction she combed her hair. However, even with all that work, it still does not really look like hair. It looks like what it is... individual strokes carved, or scratched, onto the pastel paper. How do you think the artist will rectify the situation and make the hair more realistic looking?

Your coloring process continues still in... Step 63.

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