Simple Face Drawing

 

How to Draw Faces by pencil for beginners with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Pencil drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.

When you want to draw facial features, start with the eyes. This helps create a connection with the viewer and starts to capture the personality of your subject. When you finish the eyes, move down and finish the nose, then the mouth. This is called the triangle of features. Oct 15, 2020 - Explore Vladodlak Blagojevic's board 'Female face drawing', followed by 260 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about face drawing, drawings, sketches.

  • Draw The Basic Shapes Alright, let’s start very simple. On your page, draw a circle. If you find it hard to draw a perfect circle, here’s a tip: draw a horizontal and vertical line, perpendicular to each other, crossing at the center.
  • You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below How to draw a male face easily Step 1: Draw a circle. Draw a circle and then make a straight line through the center vertically and horizontally. Try to keep your construction line as light as possible. If you can draw a good circle, don’t worry! Trace a circular object such as a cup or tape.

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


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Simple Face Drawing

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Drawing

How to draw a male face easily

Step 1: Draw a circle

Draw a circle and then make a straight line through the center vertically and horizontally. Try to keep your construction line as light as possible. If you can draw a good circle, don’t worry! Trace a circular object such as a cup or tape.

Step 2: Draw a line for Chin

To figure out where to draw your chin, use a ruler or pencil and your finger to measure half the diameter of the circle (from the bottom of the circle to the horizontal line), then move your measurements down. same end of the circle and draw a straight line for the chin.

Step 3: Draw cheeks and jaw

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Draw the cheeks and jaw by connecting the chin to the circle. Don’t forget to keep your stream light. We will make a clearer face later. The lighter your lines, the easier it is to delete and make changes.
Important: Before we move on to the next step, delete the horizontal line inside the circle.

Step 4: Draw a construction line on the face

Through the center of the head, draw a vertical and horizontal line.
Split the bottom of the face in half and then half again.
Do the same thing for the top of the face.
These lines are for the eyes, nose, lips and hair.

Step 5: Draw eyes and eyebrows

On the labeled eye line, divide the face into 5 equal parts. Make sure you count the width of the head.
Note: Thanks to Pranab Mahajan for reminding me to add this little detail – If you find it difficult to divide your face into 5 equal parts, measure the width of your head with a ruler and divide your number by 5.
Example: If the widest part of the head is 6cm, divide by 5 to get 1.2cm. Then divide the head into parts 1.2cm.
Draw your eyes in the appropriate space. Click here for detailed instructions on eye drawing.

Step 6: Draw the nose

Before we draw the nose, we will need some borders. Draw a line from the corner of each eye and stop at the line labeled nose.
Let the nose draw the nose in these boundaries. For a medium long nose, draw it on the nose line.
Learn how to draw noses: blog version, video version

Step 7: Draw the lips

We also need some lip lines. Draw a line down from the center of each eye and stop at the line labeled Lip.
Draw a triangle directly below (touch) the nose and end on the lip contour.
Learn how to draw lips using my triangle method: the blog version, the video version

Step 8: Draw the hair

Draw hairline by creating a well-defined angular shape.
I like to draw the top hairline between these two lines.
Once done, draw the rest of the hair. In order for his hair to have a larger volume, draw your contour away from the head, but make sure the distance is somewhat appropriate otherwise the head shape may not look realistic.

Step 9: Draw the Ears

Between eyes and nose, draw ears.

Step 10: Complete his face

Give cheeks, jaw and chin some more definitions. I gave him a sharp lower jaw with the dimpled chin. To make someone look thinner, you can draw some subtle lines to shape the cheek.
Finally, give him a thick neck and add shoulders.
I removed the construction lines to show you his face without objection. You can keep these construction lines to support you at the end of this tutorial as we exchange facial features to transform our characters!

How to draw female faces easily

Step 1: Draw a circle

Same thing here – draw a circle with a line going through the center vertically and horizontally.

Step 2: Find out where to draw the chin

Measure half the diameter of the circle and add it to the bottom to get the chin, except THIS time, draw the chin a little shorter.

Step 3: Draw cheeks, jaws and chin

For women, I like to draw narrow faces with narrow jaws. For the chin, tuck your lines inward so that the chin is narrower than the male.

Step 4: Draw a construction line on the face

Delete the horizontal line inside the circle and then draw a line going through the center of the head vertically and horizontally.
Split the bottom of the face in half and then half again.
Do the same thing for the top of the head.

Step 5: Draw the eyes

A line with an eye tag, dividing the head into 5 equal parts while taking into account the entire width of the head.
Draw your eyes in the 2nd and 4th space.
How to draw a realistic eye

Step 6: Draw the nose

Again, draw a set of boundaries going down from the inner corner of each eye. Draw your nose a little higher than your nose ‘nose for a moderately long nose.
For a more feminine face, draw a narrow nose with soft lines that are not too angular / sharp. For the bridge of the nose, draw a smooth curve that is not too dark.

Step 7: Draw the mouth

Create your borders going down from the center of each eye.
Draw your triangle just below the number

In this very simple step-by-step drawing tutorial, I’m going to show you how to draw a face for beginners.

Scroll down the page to get a PDF version of this drawing tutorial with additional worksheets.

Many people think that this is difficult to learn how to draw a face (or a head), but in fact, it is not. If you follow the most basic tips that I have outlined in this article, you will learn to draw a face easily and quickly.

Materials

  • Pencil
  • Paper
  • Eraser
  • Coloring supplies

Simple Face Drawing Female

Time needed: 30 minutes.

How to Draw a Face for Beginners

  1. Sketch the outlines of the head.

    The very first step will begin with the simplest geometric shape – a usual oval, which is the base of the face.

  2. Draw the facial guidelines.

    Draw a vertical and horizontal line that should intersect right in the middle of the oval.

  3. Draw the eyes on the face.

    On the horizontal line draw eyes in the shape of almonds with circular pupils inside them.

  4. Add the eyebrows.

    The eyebrows are usually the same size as the eyes, or slightly wider. Draw them using two thick lines.

  5. Draw the nose.

    The tip of the nose is usually located directly between the line of the eyes and the line of the chin.

  6. Draw the mouth.

    Note that the distance between the mouth, nose, and chin is almost the same.

  7. Erase the guidelines and draw the chin.

    When erasing the guidelines from the face, try not to touch the important lines of the drawing.

  8. Draw the ears.

    The upper tip of the ears is straight with the eyebrows, and the lower edge is even with the tip of the nose.

  9. Draw hair.

    We decided to choose a fairly classic hairstyle. You can repeat the outlines of the hair from our example or choose any other hairstyle.

  10. Add some final touches.

    So, the face drawing is complete. If your drawing is similar to ours, you’ve done a great job. If you don’t like something in your drawing, erase the failed lines and try again.

  11. Color the face drawing.

    Use any colors to liven up your drawing. In addition, you can try adding some shadows to make your drawing more voluminous.

Basic Face Drawings

So, this is the first drawing lesson on my website, and I hope that you like it. This lesson was divided into several simple steps, as well as all my subsequent drawing lessons. All new steps are marked in red so that you can clearly see what has changed in each successive step.

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Simple Face Drawing

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