How to Draw an Anatomic Face in 2.5 Minutes

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Drawing an anatomically correct face doesn't require an entire afternoon of your time. Draw an anatomic face in 2.5 minutes with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey guys, Chris here, and I'm going to show you how to draw an anatomic face in 2.5 minutes. So, what I'm going to do is I'm going to start off with the side of the face here, and kind of bring that down. The cheekbones about there. Bring it in for the cheek and down for the chin. Same thing on the other side. And try to make sure that it's as balanced as possible and that it's the same on both sides. Even though a lot of times, human anatomy, things not necessarily are symmetrical all the time. But if you're drawing a, if you're drawing a face, it's a good idea to keep it as symmetrical as possible. All right. So, now we have the face and the cheekbones. I'm going to draw just the top to show where the forehead kind of ends. Now, we have the eyes, they're going to be about right here. So, what I'm going to do is I'm going to take my white marker and kind of show you. And the eyes usually are about an almond shape. So, I'm going to start right here and bring a line up and down. And then I'm going to start from the corner just past where the eyelash is, and go down and leave just a little room for the tear duct there. I'm going to do the same thing on the other side. And just kind of follow that along. And then follow underneath. All right. So, we have our eyes. Now, I'm going to draw the eyebrows and I'm going to do the eyebrows sort of a little bit in from the face from where the tear ducts are. So, you're going to want to start about here and kind of just do an outline, and the same thing on the other side. And I want to flesh that out with some hair here. And you can just do that by doing sparse lines. And now, when you're drawing eyes, usually the top of the eye is a little bit under the eyelids. So, you're going to want to draw the circle kind of half covered by the top here. And do the same thing on the other side. And maybe you want to leave a little room for the highlight, by leaving just a little empty circle there. Now, you're going to draw the bridge of the nose by doing just two, two lines like that. And you can bring the nose down by just doing two straight lines, and a line like that. And then for the lips, just do it like that. Make them a little fuller if you want. And the top lip is usually darker than the bottom. And ears on the side and that's how you draw an anatomic face. So, good luck guys, and stay creative.


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