|Date Added: April 22, 2011|
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Description: So I have this last lesson for the day and its going to be super fun to tackle as well as challenging. I keep getting asked to submit tutorials that are challenging, so here is something that I think will make you frustrated just a bit. When it comes down to teaching yourself "how to draw a tribal design", it can be a very tricky skill to obtain. One of the main reasons why tribal art is hard to replicate, is because of the amount of contouring harmony that is involved when making patterns uniform, and going in the same direction, but also have an appealing sharp quality. The art design that I chose is of a girls face and her wild hairstyle. The reason why I wanted to make a lesson from this type of concept is because it was requested for one, and for two, my sister said I should do something awesome that would be fun to color in. So I hope I killed two birds with one stone with this tutorial. Everything about this tribal design screams edge, sass, and skill. This is one of my favorite tribal art pieces to date and I'm hoping that the artists that choose to tackle this lesson, have fun and enjoy the beautiful concept. Since I haven't drawn any tribal art lately, I almost forgot how fun it is to expand my mind when creating something incredibly new. I guess that's about all I can say for this description. All you have to do now is draw a tribal design you see here, or tr and come up with your own creation. Have an awesome drawing day guys and remember to tune in at eight for another session of Live Stream. Adios mi amigos!