Today I will show you how to draw a simple anime face in just a few steps. I hope this lesson will be very useful for you!
In this tutorial, I want to show in detail how to draw a simple anime face. The lesson will be very useful for you and in the future you will be able to easily draw any anime characters.
Now I will show you how to draw a simple anime face step by step. This lesson will require your patience and attention to complete successfully. The face of the anime is quite detailed and contains different elements. Consistently follow all the drawing steps and be careful.
In this lesson, you have to prepare the auxiliary lines in advance in order to draw the face correctly. The auxiliary lines should be thin so that you can easily remove them when the main outline is drawn. Remember the sequence of steps in order to successfully apply the acquired skills in the future.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw a Simple Anime Face
- Draw the outer outline of the head.
First, draw an even circle. With the help of several curved lines add the lower part of the face.
- Sketch out the guidelines.
Mark the center of the face with a vertical line and the position of the eyes with horizontal lines.
- Add the upper eyelids and eyebrows.
Draw the eyelids in the same shape as in the example and add the eyebrows at the top.
- Add elements of the face.
Sketch out the eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Depict the ears and neck.
Draw two ears on each side and draw two lines at the bottom to depict the neck.
- Add the hair on the forehead.
With the help of strokes of different shapes, depict individual strands of the hair.
- Draw the rest of the hair.
Use lines of various shapes to depict the ends of the hair.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Remove all guidelines on your drawing.
- Color the drawing.
Choose any colors. Don’t forget to add highlights to the eyes.
It was a fun tutorial in which you learned how to draw a simple anime face. Share your impressions about this lesson in the comments. I would be glad to receive feedback.
As usual, for your convenience, I have prepared a PDF file with a short version of the lesson. Download the file and draw at any convenient time, even if there is no Internet access.