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Drawing Facial Expressions
Drawing Facial Expressions
Gary Faigin
Learn to draw accurate facial expressions for more powerful portraits.
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Capture the features of the human face with riveting realism! Master the technical and structural elements behind a perfectly-drawn portrait.
Gary Faigin
with Gary Faigin
Draw true-to-life hands with simple techniques. Learn anatomy essentials, achieve accurate proportion, render hands in motion and more.
Richard Pace
with Richard Pace
Harness the elements of artistic expression to create emotive drawings that captivate the viewer!
Richard Scott
with Richard Scott
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