TEXTURES Texture, another element of art, is used to describe either the way a three-dimensional work actually feels when touched, or the visual “feel” of a two-dimensional work. Take rocks, for example. A real, 3-D rock might feel rough or smooth, and definitely feels … Continua llegint →
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Continuant amb el tema 1. PORTRAIT & SELF PORTRAIT, us deixo un petit tutorial que explica pas a pas com dibuixar un retrat.
These are just the various types of simplistic eyes you can use on your drawings of an easy face. Explore and observe how the eyes are drawn to make things simple and easy.
Start with tow round shapes for the heads of your faces. Then draw out the facial guidelines like so.
In this step, you will begin drawing out the shapes of the lower portion of the face. This is actually the face structure which will determine what types of figures you are drawing, a boy or girl. When the structure is drawn in, start the lining for the eyes like you see here. The female face to the right gets thicker, bolder lining.
Now you can draw in the eyeballs, then draw out the eyebrows. The male face has thicker brows, while the female has more thinner or feminine brows. Next, add the lining for their noses, and draw out the mouths.
Here you will draw out their hair style and as you can see I forgot to include a step where you draw the ears and front bangs first. I will get that step uploaded later. The simple hairstyles is a good way to keep the faces easy for kids to draw.
Lastly, detail inside of the eyes, and then inside of the ears. Erase the lines and shapes you drew in step one.
Here is what the finished product looks like when you are all done. Now you can go ahead and color the faces in. I hope you liked learning how to draw a face for kids.