Merrill never fails to amaze. In this video, he instructs you to "come as you are— but bring a pencil." And you don't have to be a diehard Nirvana fan to understand what this tutorial's about— Kurt Cobain. Watch and learn how to draw Kurt Cobain in a portrait, step by step, using pencils and a few art tricks.
"Come as You Are", but bring a pencil… because you're going to learn how to draw Kurt Cobain, step by step, "On a Plain" piece of paper. "All Apologies" if this intro gives you an "Aneurysm". I just want to state that if you think that your drawing skills have "Plateaued" you should try my step-by-step videos to get them "In Bloom". My videos wont "Drain you" and you wont think they're "Dumb"… unless you're a "Negative Creep"… and I have over 100 on my channel so be sure to "Milk It".
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Step 1: Draw the arch and the two shapes. Notice that the shape on the left is egg-shaped and the shape on the right is shaped like homeplate in the game of baseball.
Step 2: Add the hair shape on the left side of the page. Don't stress, this shape doesn't have to be perfect, but it should be proportionately larger than the shape from Step 1.
Step 3: Add the hair shape on the right side. Don't stress out on the hair shape, but take extra time on the shape of the face.
Step 4: Add the nose shape. Draw what you see rather than what you know. The nose looks like this because of a strong shadow shape. Just trust me and draw it.
Step 5: Add the mouth shape… click for more info.
Watch the second video for an extended shading tutorial.
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