How to Draw Hair in Water

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Hair tends to make the individual strands of hair on a person's head group together. Draw hair in water with help from an artist who teaches art to children and adults in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hi, I'm Rosalie and I'm an artist, and I'm going to show you how to draw hair in water. So, I'm going to draw a woman with long hair, under water. And I'm going to start with her face, she's like, sort of swimming under water And, so, I'm just drawing in her ear, and her eyes are closed, she's under water. And when hair is under water, it doesn't really obey the laws of gravity the same ways. So, it just spreads out in the water, and goes with you know, gets moved with the current. So, I'm just drawing her hair, just like waving outwards from her hairline, in every direction, in these gentle sort of curves. You could even think of like, seaweed, or something. But the hair doesn't hang down, it just moves around in the water, you know, she's got a lot of hair. And I'm just going to sort of define her face in a little bit, give her some eyebrows. There's going to, she's like swimming, she has her bathing suit on. And her hair is just all over the place, and here's the top of the water, just to show that she is under water. And I'm going to put some bubbles. And let's fill in the bathing suit, let's color it in a little bit. And you can even just put a few more defining strands of hair in. And that's how I draw hair under water.


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