A tutorial for just about every part of the body. These videos feature intruction on how to paint or draw the eyes, nose, ear, mouth, teeth, lips, back, left and right hand, face, shoulder, knees, feet, profile, three quarter, and front views.
In this tutorial, Michael Lewis shows how to paint the human nose. Painting a nose involves some basic drawing skills and knowledge of skin tones, values, and color.
In this tutorial, Michael Lewis shows the subtle nuances of painting eyes. He teaches the techniques used to make the eyes look convincing and real. Color, value, shape, composition and more.
This tutorial teaches how to draw the human ear. Learn how to begin and how to work with all the shadows and highlights of the ear.
This tutorial teaches how to draw the human eye. Learn where to begin, what to emphasize, and where to highlight.
This tutorial teaches how to draw the front view of the mouth. Values, edges, drawing and highlights are all part of rendering a convincing mouth.
In this video, Michael Lewis shows how to draw a woman's face in profile. Learn how to control values, line, and the small details that make a face look convincing and real.
In this tutorial, Michael Lewis draws the mouth in a 3/4 view. Learn how to use strait lines to accuately define the mouth from this common view of the face.
The nose is almost as complicated as the ear. In this tutorial, learn how to draw the nose from below. Michael Lewis shows how to use shadows and line to define this foreshortened angle.
In this video, Michael Lewis draws a man's nose in profile. He explains how to begin and how to develop values which define the human nose.
In this tutorial, Michael Lewis paints the mouth from the front. Learn how to use a wide range of values to define the mouth.
Michael Lewis shows how to begin and then develop a painting of a woman in profile. In this tutorial watch how an abstract beginning becomes a finished painting.
In this tutorial, learn how to draw a woman's face in profile. Michael Lewis uses values and line to create a beautiful rendering of a woman's face.
In this video, Michael Lewis renders the back view of a male model in pencil. It also includes a diagram of the back muscles.
Practice drawing the front view of the mouth in this tutorial. Michael Lewis shows how to begin and then develop the values and lines of the mouth.
Hands are complex but beautiful. In this tutorial, Michael Lewis draws a males left hand in pencil.
Thank Heaven Mother Nature made us all different colors. Painting dark skin can be a challenge but Michael Lewis shows some short cuts to finding just the right mix.
Michael Lewis continues the process of developing a figure with dark skin. He shows how to begin tying edges together in a painting of a person with dark skin.
Michael Lewis finishes a painting of a person with dark skin. See how the final details effect the finished product.