How to shade anime hair?

How to shade anime hair?

Style and Types of hair. First of all,let’s consider the style and the shape of the hair you want to shade. Curly or straight?

  • Don’t forget the volume. Unless the character uses gel,or has dirty hair,always remember not to stick it to the head.
  • Shading. Once you decided how to draw your hair,it’s time to color and shade. I usually color the hair after the lineart.
  • Practical Example. This is the final result! I hope this tutorial will be useful to you.
  • What are different anime shading techniques?

    How to Shade an Anime Face in Different Lighting General Lighting Anime Face Shading. This shading option is usually suitable to most common lighting conditions where there is no particularly strong one directional light source. Side/Top Lit Anime Face Shading. Side Lit Anime Face Shading. Bottom Lit Anime Face Shading Top Lit Anime Face Shading. Back Lit Anime Face Shading. Conclusion.

    What is your hair color in anime?

    –Brown (茶色 chairo) Since many Japanese people nowadays dye their hair brown, brown is almost the default hair color for normal characters in manga and anime. –Blonde (金髪 kinpatsu) / yellow(黄色 kiiro) Blonde or yellow hair is used for a range of very specific character types.

    How to draw anime boy hair?

    Start at the middle of the hairline and create an ‘M’ shape.

  • Draw a line parallel to the front hairline. Keep in mind that this will be the thickness of the front bangs.
  • From the end of the line you just created,draw a long curve down to the neck.
  • Draw hair clumps to connect the ends of the hairline together.
  • Extend the hair by creating curves from the top hairline to your desired length. Make sure to curve them towards the face.
  • Add hair clumps to connect the ends of the hairline.
  • Finish up the top of the hair by following the guideline.
  • Add lines to the front of the hair. Start from the middle and flare it out. Create a few lines going down from the bangs.
  • Finish the look,and don’t forget to clean up the lines.
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