How to Draw Real Boy Hair

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Texture will play a large part in how real hair looks in a drawing. Learn how to draw real boy hair with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey guys, this is Chris here, and today I'm going to show you how to draw real boy hair. So I'm going to do two different looks here for ya. So I'm going to just kind of do an outline of where the facial features are, and this is where the eyes would be, I'm going to do another one for our second one here on this side. And for the first one I'm going to use my handy dandy orange marker, and maybe just do a little bit of a swoop, this guy maybe has a little bit of an old school style, so maybe his hair is kind of swooping up like that a little bit, and bring it back down on the side, and you can just kind of draw a bunch of lines. If you want you can take another color and add in some highlights, which is totally fine and actually pretty cool, and then just to show you where the ears are, these are kind of the sideburns on the side, just draw a couple of ears there. Now if you want to do a different style, you can also do maybe one that kind of goes down a little bit in front, I'm going to use an orange marker again, and kind of just do a swoop here, and then do another swoop on this side, so it kind of angles more towards the side of his face. Then I'm going to do another line going up, and another line kind of swooping on that side, and then a couple of squiggly lines for the sideburns, I'm going to fill this in just with a couple of lines there. And like I said before, if you want you could use whatever highlight you have, if you have a brown marker you could do that, if you have a yellow marker you could do that. And just throw in a couple of ears there. And there you go guys, it's your real boy hair.

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