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20 min step by step face proportions

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Samantha Evans

on 25 October 2012

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Transcript of 20 min step by step face proportions

Draw the neck.
Necks are thicker than you imagine.
Draw two lines coming down from roughly where the bottom horizontal line meets the edges of the face Make a light outline of a face.
Heads are never circular, they are oval shaped, like an egg. So sketch an oval outline that tapers down at the bottom The easiest way to start is to use dividing lines to map out the proportions of the face:

Firstly, draw a line down the centre of the oval.
Then cut the oval in half again, this time horizontally Add the nose:

Divide the lower half again with another horizontal line.
The point at which this crosses the vertical line is where you should begin to draw the base of the nose.
Sketch out the base of the nose and a nostril either side. Add the mouth.

Divide the bottom quarter in half again.
The bottom of the lips will rest on the dividing line you have just drawn.
Draw a line for where the lips meet and then draw the top lip.
Now fill in the bottom of the lip. Draw two big circular balls to make out the eyes across the central horizontal line.
These will form the eye sockets.
The top of this circle is where the eyebrow is and at the bottom is where the cheek bone sits. You then need to work on the shape of the eyes.
Eyes are almond shaped, so bear this in mind as you sketch them (eyes come in every size and shape
As a rule of thumb, the distance between the two eyes is the width of another eye. Draw the pupil which is the darkest bit of the eye.
Fill most of it in black and leave a little white.
Draw eyebrows above. Now rub out the guidelines below the eye. Add the ears:

The base of the ear should be drawn in line with the bottom of the nose and the top of the ear in line with the eyebrows.
Remember, ears should be flat against the side of the head. Add the hair:
Make sure that you draw the hair from the parting outwards. Add the details.
Add a bit of shading under the nose and accentuate the chin.
Put expression lines around the mouth, and shading in the corners.
Then outline the ridge of the nose. The more prominent you make these features, the "older" your face will look. shading if you have time.. Things to think about:

apply free hand to hair

Look at the clothing your subject is wearing

Observe your subjects

Finally do not be afraid to be expressive example of a self portrait

Summary:

The students learned how to draw the human face.
They displayed the steps to draw the human face to reach the outcome
The students manipulated the pencil and distinguished orders.
The students displayed the human face in a drawing.

Post-Assessment:

Instructor: “What are the steps to draw the human face?”
Students: Students describe steps to drawing human face.

Summary:

The students learned how to draw the human face. They displayed the steps to draw the human face to reach the outcome.
The students manipulated the pencil and distinguished orders.
The students displayed the human face in a drawing.

Post-Assessment:

Instructor: “What are the steps to draw the human face?”
Students: Students describe steps to drawing human face.
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