Learn to make Photorealistic Hair

 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM | 29th Oct

Richa Agarwal


About the Artform

Realism is an art style that focuses on making pieces look as realistic and true-to-life as possible. While the subjects may sometimes appear somewhat stylized, realism seeks to present subjects as they look in real life.

About the Session

In this session, you will learn to use charcoal and charred sticks of wood to draw hairstyles as realistic as possible. You will also be briefed about sketching tools, types of shading technique, value scale, and gradation scale required in portraiture.
This is a 'beginner-friendly' session! (Age: 12+)

Materials Required

  • Smooth Paper
  • Soft brushes
  • Earbuds and Tissue Paper
  • Graphite pencils - 2b, 4b, 6b
  • Erasers

About the Artist

Richa Agarwal

She is a charcoal and graphite sketch artist from Siliguri, West Bengal. She specializes in making hyper-realistic portraits with the combination of both graphite and charcoal as art mediums. She has conducted diverse online and offline sessions related to the artform to spread her knowledge and skills and has conducted 50+ workshops and taught over 1000 participants across the globe in the process.

Let's learn to make a realistic eye with us here!

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM
Friday, 29th Oct


Live workshop would be conducted on Zoom App. For the best experience join the workshop from your laptop/desktop or watch on phone on landscape mode

Registration is compulsory to attend, Ensure you join via the same mail ID you register with

In case if you are unable to attend the live workshop due to technical reasons, please call the below number - +91 8904012696