How to Draw Madonna with Pencil

It is possible to refer to the basic step-by step drawing instructions that follow below.

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How to Draw Madonna with Pencil

Step 1

Make an oval by drawing it lightly using an HB pencil or #2. Be sure to draw it exactly as you see in the image.

Step 2

Draw an red bisector to help balance the facial contours.

Step 3

Lightly trace the red lines of crescents for the hairline and the head block.

Step 4

You can draw lines. to create eyebrows for eyebrows, and b. for eyes for eyes, for eyes. to represent the nose and and d. in order to make mouth.

Step 5

Draw Madonna’s eyebrows and eyes. Note that the left eye looking at your face is separated from the top of her nose… Let’s draw the other side too.

Step 6

Take note of where Madonna’s facial features appear in relation to the basic principles. Draw her mouth and nose.

Step 7

The drawing process is slower, hoping to allow you to draw the details in sections. Then, draw an outline of one side, which is her left neck, face, and hair. Make sure to remember the tiny earrings that appear under her the chin. Be patient when drawing the lines of hair.

Step 8

Then draw one side which is blowing out. Make sure to take your time. When you draw the hair, you can add hairlines and curly sections. Keep your eyes on the lines that show her direction and curls. This can help when shading it to

Step 9

If you don’t have one you can remove your rule. Finish drawing her earrings, ears and necklace. These are the reasons I created this tutorial to be so complex. It takes a lot of patience to apply hair paint and make jewelry.

Step 10

This line drawing was created especially for those who aren’t interested in the shading and blending with pencils. If not, we can continue by drawing the pencil.

Step 11

Here’s a sketch made using an 0.7mm mechanical pencil. Check closely to see the lines you draw look like this. You can erase if specific regions like the nose or eyes don’t line up. Be patient it’s not as complicated as you might think. When you create more pictures, it will be much easier for you.

Step 12

The Acrylics took the win this time! Sandpaper, the newest artist on the block, needs to be leaned back on my incredible Titanium White or Opaque Watercolors to make the high-lights! Yaaah! Try it and you’ll be awestruck!

Step 13

The image that goes with this step shows two distinct methods of holding your pencil in order to create certain effects. Perfect holding a pointed pencil when writing normally with your hands in the middle or near the tip will give you control over fine or detailed strokes. Understand how to hold your pencil in a 45 degree angle, or near the table . Place the pencil’s tip in your palm and the pencil flat. This will give the user a great amount of coverage. When you use the #2 pencil, there is a lead that’s exposed to shade. However, for a wider area, you can use the Cretacolor Monolith graphite pencil without the wooden case. The whole part that is sharpened is made of lead, exactly as shown in the photo of the process. It is important to practice toning values so that you remain in control.

Step 14

Pencil STROKES AND TONE and SHADING. TEXTURE To make it easier for you I’ve included this step using various pencils, strokes and tones to utilize. You can also examine the different shapes of this drawing universe, as well as shadows, tones, and textures

Step 15

This image is an excellent exercise in value shading. I have a hidden tip to simplify things. It is possible to download it onto your desktop. Click the image in order to be able to access to the full-size version. If you click your mouse right and selecting “Save Image As.” The image will be saved on your desktop.

Step 16

After printing some of the patterns You can practice shading using numbers like this one. It will become familiar with the shading method, which gives you greater ability to control your environment and increase confidence.

Step 17

To increase my self-confidence I combed her hair and sketched other areas so as to not lose any details. I decided to sketch out the specifics using the 0.7mm mechanical pencil called HB (equivalent to the standard #3 pencil). I also used my 9B Graphite Pencil to draw really dark areas (like eyes, eyebrows back hair, jewelry).

Step 18

With my blend stump I smoothed out the outline lines. I also added dimension to her brows, hair and jewellery. I grabbed a tissue and put it all over her face.

Step 19

This is the initial step using pastel color. If you sketch the entire drawing in pencil that’s where you draw circles or lines that shade areas. It takes a long time to draw the entire space with the pencil. I decided to shade it with pastels. With just a few strokes, I got coverage. Apply light gray and medium gray to the face. Medium dark gray for hair shoulders and neck. It appears like something out of place. This is how the beginning of a project may appear. Take your time and continue applying layers of black, white and gray layers. You’ll be able to achieve a stunning outcome.

Step 20

Here, I utilized my blended stump “draw” more lines, making shadows of her eyes hair, hair accessories and neck. I’m looking to lighten areas such as lips, curls, and nose shadow. So I used my “knead” eraser. Tip: The jewelry crystal’s shape is drawn using the stump-hexagon blend shadow and the diamond shade (this will prevent rough edges and motion effects.) After making the adjustments, I spray. Paint using “Krylon Workable Fixatif” to stick firmly to pencils and pastels to the paper to ensure an unsmudged and safe surface.

Step 21

Picture One: I sprayed all the backgrounds with medium gray then filled in the borders with darker gray. Shaded darker bordered areas using blend stumps, and smoothed out the lighter areas using tissue paper. Second image: I used the Kneaded Eraser and created more white hairs. By using the 9B pencil, I added more areas of shade on her head. After that, I applied a workable fixative.

Step 22

In essence, I added more highlights using Opaque Watercolor to catch the sunlight in her eyes. It also adding more shine and light and added a little of shadow over the upper part of her lip. Also, I added a bit of White to her jewelry in tiny areas. Then Madonna “turns on”! For help in identifying specific areas of highlights tones, textures and much more, the next two steps will help you how to do it.

Step 23

If your photo isn’t highlighted, the photo will appear dull. Check out this image to find out ways to create your personal images pop!

Step 24

Click here to discover the way Tones, Shadows, Textures and Reflections impact Jennifer Lawrence, a Superstar! I am closing right now. All of you are fantastic and it’s been an absolute pleasure to collaborate with you for this video tutorial. You can like, comment, and vote. I’ll be sure to get in the near future or the next day. Peace, love, happiness, success , and more good days are yours! *hug* *blowkiss*

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