Curly hair in a knit hat
PaperFaces portrait of @miriamchadwick.
99.9% of the time I start with the background first.
Build up the figure with pencil first, watercolor second, and back to pencil for refinements.
Using a pencil to add detail gradually. Using a Pogo Connect pen that supports pressure sensitivity makes this much easier.
Rendering hair in Paper can be a lot of fun if you take your time. Start dark and gradually mix white or yellow into the color mixer to make strands that are highlighted.
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PaperFaces portrait of Hugo S. drawn with Paper for iOS on an iPad.
PaperFaces portrait of @greeleygeek drawn with Paper for iOS on an iPad.
PaperFaces portrait of @ayepod drawn with Paper for iOS on an iPad.
Rosebud twins on Christmas
PaperFaces portrait of Everly and Chloe drawn with Paper for iOS on an iPad.