How to Draw a Perfect Face

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In order to draw a perfect face you're also going to need to draw the head. Draw a perfect face with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hello, my name is Ray. I'm an artist and right now I'm going to show you how to draw the perfect face. Now, in order to draw a face, what you need is a head. Now the head is generally an oval shape. So let's just get an oval in there real quick. Okay. So this shape here is a general shape of a head. Now in order to draw a face within the head, you have to think symmetrical, you have to think, it has to go dead center, and everything has to be even on both sides. So in order to do a face, we're going to do, I'm going to show you real quick. Let's draw a construction line right here. It's supposed to be a straight line, with just kind of like a T. At the top of the T, we begin the base of the nose. And the line also represents the top and bottom of the eyes. So let's put the eyes in there real quick. Okay. Okay. And also at this time you can erase these construction lines. And you just wanted to get an idea where the eyes go. Now with the eyes in place you can draw the eyeballs which are basically just circles within a circle. Okay. And now for the nose, you know where the line intersects, that's the base of the nose, so you can get rid of the construction line for now. Cause you don't need it. Remembering where the nose goes. You can illustrate a simple nose. Now the mouth is simple, the mouth is essentially a line. You draw a line, draw another one under it. For expression. You get rid of this. Okay. Okay. So there you have it, you have the, the general design of the human face, you might want to add to it, like give it eyebrows or something on the top. Draw some eyebrows. But you can see most everything is centered. Okay. And that's basically how you would do it. That's the basic illustration of the human face.


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