How to Draw a Portrait on Coquille Paper


Ever wanted to draw a portrait of a friend or other person but you just didn't know how? In this free online art lesson on video, you'll learn how to draw portraits on coquille paper and be instructed by art expert David A. Clemen.

Series Summary

From the time of cavemen, drawing has been not only a way of communication but a form of expression. It wasn't until paper became readily available in Europe in the 1400's that the masters of drawing such as Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo set the standard for great artistry. Since that time, not only have many more people become masters but the forms used for drawing have evolved as well. New canvases such as computers and software have opened a whole new realm of art that was not available even 30 years ago. Even the way we look at art has even changed. Forms of abstract art that are argued by some to not be art at all hold as much value as a clearly drawn person.

In this series of free art lessons on video, you'll learn how to draw a portrait. Expert David A. Clemen takes you through the drawing process step-by-step, offering tips and advice for drawing a person's face, the eyes, eyebrows, the nose, lips and ears. You'll also learn how to add a background and frame your portrait as well. So watch these free videos and learn how to draw a portrait today.

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