I am pleased to offer you an interesting drawing lesson on how to draw a face step by step. I promise that this tutorial will be useful for you!
So, if you want to improve your artistic skills, then this excellent lesson on how to draw a face step by step will definitely help you. You can easily do it even if you have very little drawing experience or if you are a child. If you learn to draw a human face step by step, you can easily use these skills if you want to draw any person.
In this lesson, you will first draw the outline of a person’s face and facial features, and then add a hairstyle and color the drawing. In this lesson, you won’t encounter too complicated elements to draw.
Now you can start to draw. I wish you good luck with your drawing!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes.
How to Draw a Face Step by Step
- Draw the outline of the face.
First of all, you should draw one big oval to mark the outline of the face you are going to draw.
- Picture the eyes.
Inside the big oval depict two same small ovals and inside them add two smaller circles.
- Depict the nose and mouth.
Below the previously drawn eyes add the nose as a curved line and the mouth as an arch.
- Add the eyebrows.
Above the eyes add two symmetrical eyebrows, using rounded and straight lines.
- Picture the ears.
Add two ears on the right and left sides of the head, using curved lines and incomplete ovals.
- Start drawing the outline of the hair.
On the forehead and head temples, draw curved lines to add pointed strands of hair.
- Complete the outline of the hair.
Above the head, add curved lines that form the top of the hairstyle.
- Erase unnecessary lines.
Use an eraser to remove auxiliary lines that appeared during the drawing process.
- Color the drawing.
To color this face you should use black, brown, and any color you want to color the skin.
Now you know how to draw a face step by step. I hope this lesson was enjoyable and helpful for you. I remind you that for your convenience I have again prepared a PDF file in which you can find a short version of this lesson and other useful materials. Download this file to return to this lesson any time you want, even without an internet connection.
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