How to draw a Girl face (side view) Step by Step

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How to draw a Girl face (side view) Step by Step

Step 1

Make an oval. Create an oval with an arc on the lower. Lines should measure greater than half the oval’s length. That is, just a bit more than the radius vertical of the circle.

Step 2

Face contours Connect the oval to the horizontal line, to create the design of the head. Draw an extended line across in the center inside the circle. Don’t stress about making your jawline or chin appear more rounded. These are just guidelines to get you started!

Step 3

Make a Ruler . Use the length of your head to draw an outline of a ruler that is next to the drawing. Draw not too close to your face since you need to leave space for your nose. Separate your ruler in eight equal spaces. Use an edge straight to draw lines using each tick above the top. Make sure that you should keep the contours as light as possible. It’s not easy to remove later.

Step 4

Eyebrows, Forehead, as well as The Top of the Head. Now that we’ve completed the basic principles Let’s draw on the upper part of our head. The point where the CENTER LINE is with the FOREHEAD, draw a small curve. I’m trying to avoid drawing a long curve because I don’t want my eyes to be too heavily on the brow region. Try to keep it gentle and delicate. After that make a tiny line for your eyebrows and then make use of an oval for a rough guideline in drawing your forehead as well as the remainder on the upper.

Step 5

Nose If you’re not yet reading my tutorial on the nose, click here first. I prefer drawing the nose with no circles, however you can employ this method If you wish. I like drawing the nose with an average length, but keeping the tip in line with the line 1. The angle of the nose is dependent what face is drawing however, I prefer drawing them with a 50 degree angle.

Step 6

Mouth Starting at the point of your nose make an organic curve that extends beyond Line 2 and then stretches back toward the face, forming full lips. The mouth’s corners shouldn’t extend past the nostrils. Draw the lower lip over to the top of the line 3. After that, you can check whether there’s enough space to accommodate the chin or is it too large. Then, adjust your lips to make sure you’re ready to move on.

Step 7

Chin and Jawline Be aware that your jawline and chin do not have to conform to exact face and head shape guidelines. The jawline should extend beyond the vertical line running down the center of your face. When drawing women, I prefer to soften the jawline or round, and less sharp and less angular.

Step 8

Neck Draw the back and front of your neck. Do not draw the neck using horizontal lines. Be sure to avoid straight lines, since this appears very unnatural.

Step 9

Eyebrows and Eyeliner To determine the ideal spot to place eyeliner, trace a horizontal line starting from to the lip’s corner until the center line. Eyes should be drawn at the point where the two lines intersect. If you’d like more information on drawing eyes on the other side of the face, refer to this guide. The general form of the eyes to create the eyebrows. Keep your eyebrows lower than Line C for a more relaxed appearance. To create a more enthralling appearance, draw your eyebrows up a bit higher and lengthen your eyes to match it.

Step 10

Ears Starting from the jawline, sketch a contour of the ears. The outline could be anywhere from near LINE CENTER up to Line 2. Learn To Draw Ears.

Step 11

The hairline is drawn on the back of your forehead beginning from the lines B and A. If you draw your hairline at sidesburns (the hair between the ear and cheeks) Keep your lines light since women’s sideburns are very light. Make sure to make sure your hair is full For more information on that, look at my tutorial on hair. Are you satisfied with the way your drawing appears like? Grab your eraser and play around with erasing your rulebook! To cut down on time I recommend using an electronic eraser, then an eraser that can be kneaded in order to identify the tight areas or lines that overlap.

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