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Portraiture                           Drawing the Human FaceThursday, October 25, 12
Start with an egg shape.Thursday, October 25, 12
Draw a line dividing the egg in half                              horizontally and vertically.Thursday, October 25, 12
Draw an imaginary eye where the                                 dotted lines meet.Thursday, October 25, 12
Draw two more eyes around the center                           eye on the dotted line.Thursday, October 25, 12
Measure the length of one eye, then make a mark on                           the vertical line that is one eye-length.    ...
Draw three circles on the line you drew earlier.                            (You can erase the center eye now!)Thursday, O...
Draw a curved line that will be the bridge of your nose.Thursday, October 25, 12
Draw vertical lines down from each pupil to see how                                  wide your mouth will be.Thursday, Oct...
Draw the line where your lips meet. This line might be                                 straight, wavy, or curved!Thursday,...
Draw the bottom lip. Is it thick or thin?Thursday, October 25, 12
Draw the top lip. What shape does the top                                       of the lip make?Thursday, October 25, 12
Add eyebrows using short, diagonal lines! Does the                    angle of the eyebrows change the way the face looks?...
Draw horizontal lines from the eyebrows and the base                                       of the nose.Thursday, October 2...
These lines show you where to place the ears!Thursday, October 25, 12
Draw lines the swoop outward to form the neck and              shoulders. Make sure your neck is wider than your mouth!Thu...
Look at the outline of the hair. Where does it overlap on the                       forehead? Draw the shapes you see.Thur...
Now you can erase all the dotted lines and begin to add                                 texture and details!Thursday, Octo...
Our faces all have the same parts, but everyone’s face is unique!Thursday, October 25, 12
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  1. 1. Portraiture Drawing the Human FaceThursday, October 25, 12
  2. 2. Start with an egg shape.Thursday, October 25, 12
  3. 3. Draw a line dividing the egg in half horizontally and vertically.Thursday, October 25, 12
  4. 4. Draw an imaginary eye where the dotted lines meet.Thursday, October 25, 12
  5. 5. Draw two more eyes around the center eye on the dotted line.Thursday, October 25, 12
  6. 6. Measure the length of one eye, then make a mark on the vertical line that is one eye-length. (You can erase the center eye now!)Thursday, October 25, 12
  7. 7. Draw three circles on the line you drew earlier. (You can erase the center eye now!)Thursday, October 25, 12
  8. 8. Draw a curved line that will be the bridge of your nose.Thursday, October 25, 12
  9. 9. Draw vertical lines down from each pupil to see how wide your mouth will be.Thursday, October 25, 12
  10. 10. Draw the line where your lips meet. This line might be straight, wavy, or curved!Thursday, October 25, 12
  11. 11. Draw the bottom lip. Is it thick or thin?Thursday, October 25, 12
  12. 12. Draw the top lip. What shape does the top of the lip make?Thursday, October 25, 12
  13. 13. Add eyebrows using short, diagonal lines! Does the angle of the eyebrows change the way the face looks?Thursday, October 25, 12
  14. 14. Draw horizontal lines from the eyebrows and the base of the nose.Thursday, October 25, 12
  15. 15. These lines show you where to place the ears!Thursday, October 25, 12
  16. 16. Draw lines the swoop outward to form the neck and shoulders. Make sure your neck is wider than your mouth!Thursday, October 25, 12
  17. 17. Look at the outline of the hair. Where does it overlap on the forehead? Draw the shapes you see.Thursday, October 25, 12
  18. 18. Now you can erase all the dotted lines and begin to add texture and details!Thursday, October 25, 12
  19. 19. Our faces all have the same parts, but everyone’s face is unique!Thursday, October 25, 12
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