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Drawing the Face

This presentation features videos and images that detail the proper way to draw a face.
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Amy Moore

on 21 April 2016

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Drawing the Face
"I can't draw people!"
Eyes
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Using pencil and sketch paper, draw the face of the person across from you as large as you can.
But first, you have to create a pre-instruction drawing. Yes, these might be terrible.
You learned how to draw before; you can do it again.
Look at what you're drawing.
Don't talk.
Draw slowly.
Draw what you see.
Label this "Pre-Instruction 1" with the date.
Does it look any better?
Sometimes drawing the entire face at once can be overwhelming.
Lets draw one part at a time.
Do you remember what an archetype is?
Here's an example of an archetype of an eye.
Using the video and handout, draw a better eye. Don't forget the date.
Using a magazine page, draw both eyes. Don't forget the date.
Draw the eye of the person across from you. Don't forget the date.
Nose
Here's an example of an archetype of a nose.
Mouth
Here's an example of an archetype of a nose.
Combining the Features:
Objectives:
Students will demonstrate proper drawing techniques. (H.5.3)
Students will explain the mind-set needed to draw accurately. (H.5.3)
Students will explain the importance of drawing from life and how it differs from drawing from a photograph and from the mind. (H.5.3)
Students will accurately draw facial features from life and photographs. (H.7.3)
Students will accurately combine facial features to form portraits. (H.7.3)
Students will show respect for their work and the work of others. (H.6.6)
Students will evaluate their own work with the guidance of the instructor. (H.6.4, H.6.5)

Why?
Also, we'll be doing a wire sculpture portrait based on a drawing.
This improves your confidence!
Practicing drawing people improves your ability to draw in general.
Draw what you think an eye looks like.
Label this "Pre-instruction" with the date."
Draw what you think a nose looks like.
Label this "Pre-instruction" with the date."
Draw what you think a mouth looks like.
Label this "Pre-instruction" with the date."
In other words, your goal is to improve your skill at drawing the face.
Hair
Here's an example of an archetype of hair.
Choose a magazine image and glue down one side. Then, draw the other.
Look at the person across from you. Draw the basic outline of their face, the add hair.
Label this "Pre-instruction" with the date."
Supplies: drawing from yesteday,
small sketchbook, drawing supplies from art kit, facial features handouts
So, do you remember what you already learned about drawing?
Now, try again. Slow, quiet, looking up.
Using the video and handout, draw a better nose. Don't forget the date.
Using a magazine page, the nose and eyes. Don't forget the date.
Draw the nose of the person across from you. Don't forget the date.
Draw the mouth of the person across from you. Don't forget the date.
Using a magazine page, the bottom of the nose and the mouth. Don't forget the date.
Draw the mouth of the person across from you. Don't forget the date.
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