Portrait Painting Techniques – How to Dye Hair

Hair Painting

portrait painting is a great hobby, which both the artist and the model a lot of pleasure. It is better, however, both if the texture, color and flow of the hair firmly attached to the model. Follow these steps so realistic colors the next portrait.

hair, it is always the other face finished first in front of

Painting. Meat color extending into the hair. This is so that the meat can be seen on the color and the hair does not look unnatural. Keep in mind that your hair is much more than a coat, so you have to paint the layers. There are also hundreds of shades of hair color. In order to make it as simple as possible to try based on each portrait, blonde, brown (this includes red), black or gray.

The hair paint the whole area is very easy to mix one of these colors. These so-called overtones. During this painting it will actually be at its peak, because you work, you can not cover it all. Observe where the dark or shaded areas and paint them. Now a darker color and start to caress the hair strands. Black is the opposite. Start with the darkest of undertones, then add lighter layers. Continue until you are satisfied with the results. It's very easy to overdo the hair. You know when to stop!

Here are the colors you will use the hairs sound. Remember to apply the undertones first

Blonde (Reds) Titanium White, Cadmium Yellow Medium (alizarin crimson)

burnt umber dark blond and red hair

Brown Titanium white, burnt umber

Use cadmium red or ivory black and red or black colors

black ivory black tones

Gay black – ivory black & dash Brown

Cool black – ivory black & small blue

gray Titanium white, ivory, black and gray Undertone

Warm gray – ivory black & dash Brown

Cool gray – ivory black & small blue

Launch of the first layer or a very thin mixture of paint undertones. Use a medium or large brush because the details are not painting. Do not try to paint the individual hair strands at this stage. Start adding more color to the paint brush and add one more layer. Pull the brush in the direction of the flow of the hair. Use a liner brush to add some references of each fiber. Add the deep pockets of color really gives depth to the portrait. I added a few deep shadow on the side of the neck.

Congratulations! It should be well on your way to your own master portraitist. As always, do not forget to sign the painting.

Source by Julie Shoemaker

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