Realistic Pencil Portrait Mastery: Learn How To Draw Pencil Portraits

“Discover The Secrets Of Drawing Realistic Pencil Portraits”

If you have been drawing for awhile and just can’t seem to get those features to where you like them, Realistic Pencil Portrait Mastery truly is your next step to perfecting your art. With the help of ” Realistic Pencil Portrait Mastery” I finally feel like I am an accomplished artist.

Let Me Show You How You Too Can Draw Realistic Pencil Portraits With My “Truly” Step-by-Step Guide… 
From The Desk Of Christopher Sia
Date: 27 July 2017Dear Artist,

My name is Christopher Sia and for the past 5 years, I’ve been drawing realistic pencil portraits and teaching thousands of my students to draw as well.I was a struggling so-called artist trying to learn how to draw realistic pencil portraits.Obviously, I failed many times.I couldn’t even draw a decent pencil portrait because I wasn’t gifted in drawing.

I spent my hard-earned money from my part time job to attend drawing courses, but didn’t learn what I needed to achieve the realism of a masterful human pencil portrait.

I can still remember the first pencil portrait that I drew back in 2006, when I didn’t really understand how to attain my potential.

I thought it was nice so I shared it with all of my friends—but they laughed at my portrait drawing.
Looking at their drawings, I felt that I was not as skillful, couldn’t draw as well as they could.

Until today, I still keep my first pencil portrait drawing on my drawing table…
After years of trials and errors, I’m now able to draw a pencil portrait like this..
This is not from overnight success. I’ve been practicing and learning for almost every single day to attain a higher level of pencil portrait drawing.

The truth is… there was this one year period that I did not improve my pencil drawing techniques at all.

After achieving the results that I wanted, I concentrated on teaching others, at the expense of myself. 

Because of teaching others, I lack of practice time and stopped learning in drawing for almost a year! My pencil drawing techniques became stuck at the same level without improvement.

Deep down in my heart, I know that I’ve been satisfied for where I am in my pencil portrait drawing techniques and skills. I’ve been satisfied that I stopped improving my pencil portrait drawing skill.

Then, one day, everything changed…

I was invited to join an event that is organized for every pencil portrait artist to share their art with everyone.

I suddenly did not feel so satisfied anymore. I had thought I was good enough to master the art of pencil portrait drawing… until I met many masters of pencil artists who were far better than me.

Suddenly, I felt like a small fry on the floor compared to them.

And while I was inspired by them, being with these masters made me totally dissatisfied.

It was time to do some soul searching…

I sat at my drawing table looking at all of my previous pencil portrait drawings… and eventually thought of a different way to draw, to conceive. A different way to make portraits more realistic and lifelike.

I begin practicing and drawing every day again to crack the code of going to the next level of pencil portrait drawing…

The word “practice makes perfect” is so true!

After months of practicing…

Now, ask yourself these questions:

Have you ever felt stuck? That you weren’t fulfilling your artistic potential?
How long have you been trying to learn to draw portraits like a master, but couldn’t breakthrough your current level of pencil portrait drawing?
Have you been spending most of your time practicing without attaining the results you want?
Have you been looking at some pencil portraits over and over again, wondering how can I draw like that?
Have you kept searching for the right pencil drawing techniques everywhere, but ended up just reading a lot of descriptions that did not help?
Have you thought that the only way to reach a “master level” was with natural talent? Or that only people with an art degree from a university or art school can be artists?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you’ve came to the right place!

ANYONE can learn to draw a realistic pencil portrait regardless of their current talent, skills, and techniques.

And now, read this very carefully…

I believe that you too… will be ABLE to create your own stunning pencil portraits like these….

Yes, I’m talking about YOU, creating realistic pencil portraits…and impressing everyone around you, your friends and your family.

In fact, drawing realistic pencil portraits is not as hard as you think once you’ve cracked the code.

Let me explain …

I’ve uncovered three secrets that will let you go on to the next level—the “real master level”—of pencil portrait drawing…

And I’m revealing these secrets to you right now…

The first secret is… Focus on mastering the depiction of every facial feature individually.
The second secret is… Observe the small details in every facial feature.
And lastly, the third secret is…

Learn how to see what others cannot see.
I realized during my long trial-and-error period trying to master pencil portrait drawing that…
Too many people are too busy trying to learn EVERYTHING and not focusing on the few important techniques that you only need for drawing realistic pencil portrait.
I don’t want you to be one of them.
In fact, I want you to be among the few artists who know about these “real master level” secrets.

And now, it’s your turn to go on to the next level of pencil portrait drawing…

Introducing…“Realistic Pencil Portrait Mastery”

Home-Study Course

I’ve decided to compile everything that I know about the “real master level” of pencil portrait drawing into one comprehensive resource.

Not only that, with the “Realistic Pencil Portrait Drawing Mastery Home-Study Course”, you will     see how I draw every facial feature with a “truly” step-by-step guide, and useful descriptions on      achieving a particular outcome.

And I’m very sure this will help you to achieve mastery in a very short period of time.

All of these break down into 5 lessons of realistic facial features drawing.

Lesson #1: How To Draw A Realistic Eye

To draw a realistic eye, it is important to observe it very closely. Consequently it’s imperative that they are drawn correctly and in such a way to convey the feeling of your subject.


Let’s look at what you’re going to learn in this lesson:

See the Biggest Mistakes and learn the Secrets of Drawing a Realistic Pencil Portrait!

Learn how you can avoid the BIGGEST mistake for people in drawing eyeball, eyelids, and iris
Discover my SECRET method for overcoming the complicated problem of observing the eyebrows that most people failed to know.
Discover how to draw the iris in a whole new way without just filling in with darkness and makes it more realistic.
Discover the method of drawing small details on eyes without using a kneaded eraser.
An easier way of drawing an area that looks extremely complicated with highlights, shadows, and eyebrows without frustration.
Learn the correct way of drawing eyelashes so you won’t spoil your entire realistic eye drawing.
Learn how I draw the skin around the eye so you can also “copy” exactly the same and enhance the realistic effect of your eye drawing.

Lesson #2: How To Draw A Realistic Nose

The nose is one of the most noticeable features in pencil portrait drawing. Its central location makes it impossible to hide your mistakes.

I’ve compiled some very important methods for you to learn in this lesson:

A quick basic explanation about nose drawing before you begin to draw a realistic nose like a master.
Discover one of the most IMPORTANT keys to draw a realistic nose. By knowing this, you can avoid the mistake made by most artists
Discover my secret method of drawing nose details that look complicated in an easier way without asking yourself where you should start.
Discover a simple way of how to identify the direction of the light source so you know what part of your drawing should be darker.
Learn the correct way of drawing the hole of the nostrils in front view. Be careful if you don’t know about this, one tiny detail of this can literally spoil the realism of your nose drawing.
Discover the secret of drawing tiny little details that will make your nose drawing look extremely realistic and learn the correct way of drawing the tiny little details.


Lesson #3: How To Draw A Realistic Mouth And Teeth

When you know how to draw a realistic mouth, you add so much expressive impact to your subjects. The mouth isn’t just an afterthought, but rather an expressive part of the face.

Let’s look at what you will learn in this lesson:

Learn the direction of how the lips flow. Knowing this will help you to achieve realistic effect in every of your mouth drawing.
Learn how to avoid the 3 common mistakes beginners make when it comes to drawing mouth and teeth. You can literally spoil the realism of your mouth drawing even if you make just any one of these mistakes.
Discover the way how I draw lips vertically and horizontally to create the complicated texture effect of human lips.
An example of drawing lips to create the bumpy effect that makes the mouth realistic.
Learn how to prevent from over-drawing teeth that will be almost IMPOSSIBLE to erase when you’re drawing darker areas around teeth.
Discover my easy way of rendering the complexity of the lips in the highlight area of the drawing, helping the mouth become three dimensional.

Lesson #4: How To Draw A Realistic Ear

Ears can be drawn with varying degrees of complexity. Although there are many types of ears, most have the same common shape.

Let me show you how to draw a realistic ear. In this lesson, you’ll learn:

 

A quick explanation that you need to know for better understanding of drawing ear before you begin this lesson.
Discover the most important ear parts that you MUST keep in mind when you’re drawing a realistic ear.
Discover how you can memorize the inner parts of ear in an easier way within seconds.
Learn how to draw the outline so that shading and detail for the rest of your realistic ear drawing will be easier.
Discover my personal method of drawing the details for ear so you can avoid struggling.

Lesson #5: How To Draw Realistic Hair

I often hear my students say that they hate drawing hair. I love drawing hair and making my pencil portrait drawing look realistic. And I have been trying to find a whole new way of drawing realistic hair.

Check out what you will learn in this lesson:

 

Discover the faster and easier way of drawing realistic hair that will save a lot of your time. Not only that, your hair drawing will look even better than that of other artists who spent hours on it.
Learn the “two strokes method” that I discovered to add more realism to your hair drawing which will save your precious time without spending hours to draw exactly like the reference picture.
Learn how you can add more realism to your hair drawing in just 2 minutes without any hard work involved.
Clear explanation of dealing with hair by “drawing” with kneaded eraser. If this is your first time learning this, prepare to get excited about it.

 

Here’s What Our Students Are Saying About 

Realistic Pencil Portrait Mastery

“When I meet anyone who is interested in drawing portraits, I will definitely recommend your course
(Mimichalsdrawingchal’s drawing)

Hi Christopher,

I’m a watercolor portrait artist & the Realistic pencil portrait drawing course has helped me a lot. i like the way you work in sections – that’s been helpful – looking for the shadows & subtle value changes. i drew pencil portraits before i started painting watercolor portraits & it’s been a great refresher course. when i meet anyone who is interested in drawing portraits, i will definitely recommend your course. you make it simple and easy to understand. so yes, it’s been helpful.

i hope you have a great day also!

thank you for sharing your passion for art!

– Michal Madison, United States

“I feel that my work has improved a great deal since I started this course”
(Miriam’s drawing)miriamsdrawing2

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(Miriam’s drawing)

I have bought this course because I wanted to be able to draw realistic pencil portraits and I felt that I did not have the skills to produce a beautiful realistic portrait.

This course has been a great help, although I still need loads of practice I feel that I have learned so much through following this course in techniques and observation.  The lessons are so easy to follow especially with the aid of the process maps which show which steps to tackle next.

The reference photos are also a great help to those who need material to work from, I myself preferred to use my own photos to work from as they are of more interest to me personally.

I thought that this course would be benefit from a section on how to draw/trace the head before you add the features. When I wrote to Christopher about this he answered promptly and suggested ways of doing this and even sent me a video link to help me with this process.

I feel that my work has improved a great deal since I started this course and I still use it as reference whenever I work on a new portrait. I would recommend this course to anyone who wants to draw truly realistic pencil portraits from photographs.

 – Miriam Borg, Malta

 

“In one day have already learned to draw the eye better than I would ever have imagines”

(Pam’s drawing)pamsdrawing

Hi Christopher,

I just started Christopher Sia’s Realistic Pencil Portrait Drawing course and in one day have already learned to draw the eye better than I would ever have imagines. Sia’s instructions take you step by step through the construction both of a “perfect eye” and of presumably flawless examples of the other facial features.

Once you have learned to draw a perfect eye, it is easy to take your understanding and draw any eye, which is of course the real genius of Sia’s method.

These drawing lessons, both thoroughly enjoyable and productive, go well beyond casual sketching: students learn to observe minutely the details of any given face, to see what is, and what is not, before them, and how to translate what they see into what are after all just pencil marks on paper.

I highly recommend Realistic Pencil Portrait Mastery for both the experienced and the inexperienced artists alike. Well worth the price!

My best to you, 

 – Pam Wagg, United States

 

 NOTE: Realistic Pencil Portrait Mastery Home-Study Course is completely downloadable. No physical products will be shipped. After you order, you will get INSTANT ACCESS to download all product components onto your computer. The format is adobe acrobat PDF, which can be viewed on Mac or PC.

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