In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw braces. The lesson consists of nine simple steps with an illustration and a brief description.
So, now I will tell you and show you in detail how to draw braces. This is a design for correcting the position of the teeth. With the help of braces, you can correct malocclusion and other defects in the dentition.
Braces are fixed to the outer or inner surface of the teeth with a special adhesive. A separate bracket is attached to each tooth. Braces can be metal, ceramic, plastic, sapphire, or titanium.
Wearing braces causes discomfort, and the smile does not look aesthetically pleasing, but after the correction, you can enjoy even and healthy teeth and not be ashamed of your smile.
This lesson will be useful for you, as you will practice drawing lips and teeth and be able to apply these skills to drawing a human face. During the lesson, make sure that both sides of the picture are symmetrical.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw Braces
- Draw the upper lip.
With the help of smooth lines, draw the same figure as in the picture.
- Depict the bottom lip.
With the help of two smooth curved lines, draw in the lower lip.
- Add the top row of teeth.
When doing this step, keep symmetry and try to correctly depict the shape and size of the teeth.
- Draw the bottom row of teeth.
Repeat the previous step and draw the bottom teeth, which are different in size and shape.
- Sketch out the upper arch of the bracket system.
Draw a smooth line in the middle of the top row of teeth.
- Depict the lower arch of the bracket system.
Repeat the previous step and draw the same lines on the lower teeth.
- Depict the braces on each tooth.
Sketch out the small elements of a square or rectangular shape.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Compare the drawing with my example and correct inaccuracies if necessary.
- Color the drawing.
For coloring, you will need shades of red to color the gums and lips.
At the end of the lesson, you will find a download link that you can use to save a PDF file with a short version of the lesson. Thus, you can return to the lesson at any time, even if there is no Internet access.