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Portrait drawing. The Face. The basics about lips. Lips. Step 1- usually the darkest part of the lip drawing. Step 2-form the mouth in 5 sections. Step 4-shadde around the mouth and cupid’s bow above lip. Step 3-form the bottom lip using shade, but not as dark as the top lip in most cases .

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Lips

Step 1- usually the darkest part of the lip drawing

Step 2-form the mouth in 5 sections

Step 4-shadde around the mouth and cupid’s bow above lip

Step 3-form the bottom lip using shade, but not as dark as the top lip in most cases

http://www.portrait-artist.org/face/lips.html

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Lips

Basic stages of drawing the lips

Notice that most all mouths have an edge around the lips that promotes definition. This edge is darker when skin tone is darker.

drawing the nose
Drawing the nose
  • A portrait drawing will not appear correct until the drawing is complete.
  • All drawings are to be created from live views or the portrait will become generic.
  • Your image needs to reflect character-moles, hair, freckles, imperfections of any kind.
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Nose
  • Creating a nose is different for everyone. The shape always varies from person to person.
  • Adding value to your shape will form a proper nose.
  • Layer values for a more realistic structure.
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Nose

http://dwrightart.blogspot.com/2012/06/drawing-nose-part-two.html

http://www.paintdrawpaint.com/2010/09/drawing-nose.html

see when you look
See when you look

http://figure-drawings.blogspot.com/2012/06/how-to-draw-eyes-nose-ears-and-mouths.html

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Eyes

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Hair Stages

http://www.elfwood.com/farp/theart/maeryhair/maeryhair.html

facial proportions
Facial Proportions

Consider the divisions of the head

Begin to block

in values

Start with an oval

facial proportions2
Facial Proportions

Think of the head in planes so that you can more easily complete the drawing.

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Facial Proportions

5 eyes across

7 eyes top to bottom

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