In this drawing lesson, I will show you how to draw a self-portrait. This lesson will be very simple and interesting for you.
I propose to complete a new, exciting drawing lesson in which I will tell and show you how to draw a self-portrait step by step.
In this tutorial, you will draw a portrait of a person in a cartoon style. In the same way, you can draw your portrait in a cartoon style, following the steps similar to those that I will offer you in this tutorial.
In the future, in order to draw a self-portrait, you can use your photo and look at yourself in the mirror while adding facial features in turn.
This drawing lesson will help you improve your artistic skills and become a more professional artist. The instruction does not contain too complex elements, since I have developed it specifically for children and beginners.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Self-Portrait
- Draw the bottom of the face.
To complete this simple step, you need to draw one arc, as shown in the figure.
- Sketch out the eyes.
Depict two symmetrical eyes using two ovals, as well as two identical circles inside them.
- Depict the nose.
Between the two previously drawn eyes, add one curved line to draw the nose.
- Add the eyebrows.
Draw two symmetrical eyebrows above the eyes using curved lines.
- Draw the mouth.
Below the drawn nose, draw one rounded line and add two bold dots around the edges.
- Depict the ears.
On both sides of the head, depict two incomplete ovals and two rounded lines inside them.
- Sketch out the top outline of the hairstyle.
From one ear to the other, draw several curved lines of different lengths, as shown in the figure.
- Add details.
Draw curved lines of varying lengths that will connect the ears.
- Color the drawing.
At this stage, choose any colors.
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