eBook: Pencil Portrait Tutorial – How To Draw Pencil Portraits Quickly And Easily In 7 Days!

Pencil Portrait Tutorial

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“How You Can Now Learn To Draw A Realistic Pencil Portrait In Just A Week Even If You Have Never Drawn Before… And Impress Everyone With Your New Found Instant Talent!”
“Let me share with you these 8 easy proven steps that I’ve perfected over the years to teach hundreds of my students on drawing pencil portraits without struggling…”
This is NOT a drawing tutorial that attempts to show you how to draw pencil portraits by throwing thousands of words at you and only a few nice-looking pictures that you must figure out on how to draw from A to B. This tutorial will actually guide you, step-by-step, through the details of drawing pencil portraits. You can begin immediately without any expensive drawing materials.

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Hi Friend,

If you’re already a professional artist then this letter is not for you. This letter is for you if you want to be guided step by step to learn how to draw pencil portraits with SIMPLE AND EASY STEPS.

Let me introduce myself. My name is Christopher Sia and I have been drawing pencil portraits since I was in secondary school. I was a teen who didn’t know how to draw at all. I thought that drawing realistic portrait will be easy but it isn’t if is without any good coaching.

I struggled to learn on how to draw pencil portraits so I decided to get a part-time job and spent my hard-earned money on drawing courses and art books.

But guess what?

Most of these books only provide nice-looking results of their work and are full of boring description expecting you to learn! It’s like telling you how to cook a pizza without showing you. Yes, theory is important but for the beginner it is more often confusing and discouraging.

Some of the art books may provide step-by-step method but they’re not exactly a ‘truly’ step-by-step guide, there’s quite a huge jump from step A to B!

You see, for a beginner like me who didn’t know how to draw at all, I can’t just learn to draw from a nicely drawn picture. It’s just too hard for me. Nobody learns anything by being shown only the final result, anyway. I had spent a lot hoping to learn drawing portraits by attending drawing courses and buying art books.

From these disappointments, I had to learn drawing pencil portraits on my own, and I wasted much time and effort through lots of trial and error but that doesn’t mean you have to!

After 6 months of struggling back in 2006, I managed to understand the steps that you need to follow in order to draw nice realistic pencil portraits in a fastest period.

By following the steps, the period of time that I spend to complete a pencil portrait were 7 days. After that, everything seemed to get easier. From 7 days to 6 days, from 6 days to 4 days, and from 4 days to 1 day.

Right now, the period of time for me to complete a pencil portrait is less than 5 hours..

(An example of my drawing in 4 hours 12 minutes)

(Another example of my drawing in 3 hours 23 minutes)

Do you want to improve your drawing skill as fast as possible without attending courses and reading more art books for months or years?

Please allow me to share with you the easiest step by step tutorial to draw pencil portrait. Yes, a ‘truly’ step-by-step method from A-Z.

“I’m too old to draw.”

“Oh forget about it, I can’t draw!”

Many people have voiced these and other objections, sometimes quite rudely. In reality, however, age, inexperienced, or a perceived lack of talent is no barrier to being able to draw the type of pencil portraits you have always wanted to.

Different people started drawing from different stage as long as you get the good and proper instructions for a good start. Besides, drawing pencil portraits is a fun way to hone your observation skills.

If it’s that easy, then why are you still struggling on portrait drawing?

It’s because you either weren’t taught a step-by-step method and tried to copy blindly from examples, or you looked at the drawings of someone with a lot of talent and experience and thought that you couldn’t do it.


Discover the 8 simple steps how to draw pencil portrait quickly and easily in a week – No drawing experience needed.8 Easy Steps To Drawing A Portrait

This e-book takes you from a blank sheet of paper to a complete drawing of Halle Berry. You will get to learn the 8 easy steps throughout the process of drawing.

“I find your guides very helpful and informative”
(Louise’s drawing} “Thank you very much for your e-mail, it’s great to see that you’re taking an interest in the people who buy your e-book, and how it can be improved. I haven’t really had much time to practice, so far I have only done the first example, and I used my Graphics Tablet instead of actual pencil and paper. I find your guides very helpful and informative.”

– Louise – Oxford, United Kingdom

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Step 1: Choose An Appropriate Reference Picture

In the first step, you will learn on how to choose a reference picture that’s right for you to draw. Some pictures are harder to draw than others, and many beginners jump into the wrong picture, only to give up and never try again.

In this step, you will learn how to select a fitting reference picture. The best part is, you willdraw more quickly and with less frustration once you know what type of pictures to draw. I will also provide you a reference picture of Halle Berry so that you can just print it out immediately.

Step 2: Organize The Position, Outline And Proportions Of The Features

The position of the features is the most basic element of a good drawing and should be done correctly. Imagine your frustration when, halfway through the shading, you realize that the position of the features was wrong.

Tips for correctly positioning the features
8 illustrations showing the organization of the features
Tips on shading (cross hatching)which you will use in every realistic pencil portrait that you draw

Step 3: Eye Drawing – Shading and Shadows

The eye is the most expressive feature of the face and is key to capturing the likeness of your drawing. Many people start looking your drawing from the eyes then only to other parts.

Indeed, the eyes are often the first part of a portrait that people notice. For this reason, most of the artists pay special emphasis to eyes.

Instructions on how to draw the details of the eyes and eyebrows
34 step-by-step illustrations demonstrating shading of the eyes
Tips on drawing the eyelids, iris, pupils, eyelashes, and the surrounding shadows
Ways to deal with the tiny details of light and shading in the eyes

Step 4: Nose Drawing – Shading and Shadows

The nose is one of the EASIEST features to draw because it doesn’t do much in terms of giving emotional response for your drawing. Finding noses hard to draw? That’s often because people only focus on drawing the other facial features.

Learn the important aspects of drawing the nose
9 step-by-step illustrations for shading the nose
Drawing the nose bridge and nostrils

Step 5: Mouth drawing – Shading and Shadows

The mouth is the second most expressive feature of the face. In some cases it communicates emotion more strongly than do the eyes.

Drawing the mouth correctly often makes or breaks a portrait, the portrait comes alive with a well-drawn and well-shaded mouth. When you draw and shade on the mouth correctly, it suddenly has an energy all its own.

Learn how to draw the details of the mouth
Tips for perfectly formed lips
20 step-by-step illustrations for shading the mouth
Learn to draw the lip line
Learn to draw glossy lips

Step 6: Ear Drawing – Shading and Shadows
What I found when I read art books is that most of them skip the part on teaching ears drawing by covering the ears with long hair. And even if they did mention the ears, it’s very quick and doesn’t go into details.

Ears come in many shapes and sizes and are unique to each individual. For drawing ears, you will need to get the spacing between the parts right.

Learn how to draw the details of the ear
14 step-by-step illustrations for shading the ear
Getting the correct shading tone

Step 7: Hair Drawing – Shading and Shadows

Drawing hair is important. Everything else might be perfect but if the hair looks like a bird’s nest or is flat then it will affect your entire drawing. Yes, drawing hair is complicated and frustrating, and often the results are terrible if only you go about it the right way, and do steps in the correct order.

You can’t draw every single strand that would be on a person’s head. But you do need to add enough distinct strands to give your drawing a clear texture and form of hair. Drawing hair correctly can change the look of your drawing dramatically.

Learn how to draw the details of hair
Don’t waste your time making mistakes in drawing hair like most of the beginners
26 step-by-step illustrations for shading hair
How highlight portions of hair
Simple tips to making hair look more realistic

Step 8: Face Drawing – Shading and Shadows

This is the final step of this drawing portraits tutorial. This final step provides the finishing touches to shading the forehead, cheek, and jaw.

If you have completed this, I’m confident to say that you’ll be able to draw portraits of your friends, family members, or celebrities.

Learn how to draw the details of the face
42 step-by-step illustrations for shading the face
Understand how to shade the face
Learn how to add shading on the neck

There are total of 60pages in this e-book. Personally, I hate 200-page books that can be summed up in 70 pages or less. I get right to the point. I make it more on practical, step-by-step methods that can be learnt easily the minute u read it.

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Does all this seem too good to be true? I would like to let you know that this tutorial is not created to make you become a professional artist in just 7 days. There are many art books and courses telling people that they can be a professional artist after they follow their methods. To become a professional requires many years of training and practice.

All of them started hard and struggled in the beginning. So, I created this tutorial to make you easier to learn from the beginning that most of the artists suffered.

3 Exclusive Bonuses For Immediate Action

Bonus #1: Samples of Facial Features

This bonus includes detailed drawings of each facial feature for you to practice. Observe it correctly and draw it patiently. By practicing with these pictures and by following the eight steps you will see things differently than will others. You will also get to learn on drawing hands and legs. You won’t want to miss this extra bonus in order to improve your drawing skill.

Remember, a single detail can make a big difference in your drawing.

Bonus #2: Samples of 30 Reference Pictures
I’ve made 30 best reference pictures in black and white for you to practice. I’m sure that you will see improvement and learn something new from each of these reference picturesthat you draw.

Each of these reference pictures presents a different challenge that will improve your skills in one or more of the eight steps. There are reference pictures for beginners with little shading and increase in difficulty to the more advanced pictures. Keep practicing will sharpen up your drawing skill. Practice makes perfect!

Bonus #3: Quick Reference Guide On Human Body
This is a separate topic of drawing human body correctly. In this bonus you will learn on basic knowledge of the human body, and how the body moves, is crucial to drawing realistic whole-body portraits. This bonus material illustrates the concept of the “line of action” and provides basic information on human anatomy.

It’s important for beginners to learn about “line of action” and understand human’s structure before starting to draw figure drawing.

“So How Much Is This Going To Cost?”

Good question. If you attend drawing courses in college it will cost you $1000 or more.

I charge $30 an hour a day for private lessons so the cost of private lessons for 7 days would be $210.

You will get to see extremely detailed steps on drawing pencil portrait. Imagine you can draw anyone that you like, your idols, your friends, your family members, your loved ones and yourself.

I truly believe that you can draw and I really want you to believe it too by learning from this tutorial.

Because I’m making it as a digital downloadable product which eliminating the cost of printing and shipping, I’ll offer it only at a low price of $27 USD

Yes, this means that you’ll only have to make one-time payment of $27 to learn pencil portrait drawing. There are absolutely NO hidden charges whatsoever.

The other reason I’m offering at such a low price is that I’m trying to gather more testimonials. I truly hope that u can give me your honest feedback and testimonial because nothing gives me more satisfaction than receiving from you telling me that I’ve helped you to learn on drawing realistic pencil portraits of anyone that you like.

Once I receive more testimonials, I’ll increase the price in the near future.

Before I increase the price, I urge you to sign up now

“Christopher has truly helped me alot.”
(Nicolai’s drawing} ” Christopher has truly helped me alot. His techniques are easy to learn, and the teaching is much better quality than the free lessons from other sites. When I mastered his techniques, it was pretty easy for me to change it a little bit and develop my own unique technique! And one of the best thing is the 30 reference pictures! I think it is difficult to find it for myself.”

– Nicolai, Denmark

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Most of the art books and courses don’t provide a step by step guide. I made this tutorial and offering it for only $27 because I want to help you achieve drawing success in an easier way without struggling in the beginning like all the artists did.

Because I’m so confident that you will see your drawing success with this tutorial, I’m willing to sweeten the deal by offering…

A 60-Day
100% Money Back Guarantee!
” I GUARANTEE that you will learn how to draw pencil portraits by learning from my tutorial. If you’re not completely satisfy for any reason, or if you don’t
see any improvement in your portrait drawing skills, then simply ask me
for a 100% refund within the next 60 days.I make this guarantee to you because I know that by giving this honest
attempt, I believe you can get to see improvement on your portrait drawing.And if, for whatever reason, you just don’t like it, I will still give your cash back. No hard feelings and no questions asked.That gives you a full 2 months to test drive my tutorial. Plus, if you really decide to opt for a refund, I still want you to keep the tutorial COMPLETELY with all the bonuses as my free gifts to you just for giving this a shot.As you can see, there is really 100% NO RISK to you. ” – (Christopher Sia)

Most people interested in pencil portrait drawing just keep looking for free quick tips around and you should know that free tips don’t come with complete instruction. But I don’t think you would have read this far if you are one of them who follow the crowd.

Once again, I truly believe that everyone can draw, it’s just that most people haven’t been given good and right instruction. Let me assure you that it gets easier from the moment you get the ball rolling,

The opportunity is just in front of you right now . Please take full advantage of this offer before it’s gone…

“ Yes Christopher, I want to start taking this tutorial to
learn and improve my pencil portrait drawing. Let me learn from your 8 Easy Steps To Drawing A Portrait
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