How to Draw a Female Face: Dr Who

In this video learn How to Draw a Female Face: Dr Who. Enjoy this video and master the fundamentals of Perspective Drawing with regular practice. Use the Drawing and Sketching supplies given below.

Perspective Drawing and Sketching Supplies you may need:

  1. Mixed Media Sketchbook And Drawing Pads
  2. Sketching And Drawing Art Pencil Kit
  3. Mix Media Paper Pad For Drawing And Painting
  4. Graphite Charcoal Pencils With Sketch Pad
  5. Graphite Charcoal Pencils Set For Artists
  6. Faber Castell Graphite Set For Sketching

Details of How to Draw a Female Face: Dr Who

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How to Draw Dr Who, Draw a Female Face, for Beginners: Step by Step

Step 1:
Draw an oval shape: We can improve this later. I use a 4B pencil.

Step 2:
Draw a horizontal line in the middle of your oval: A guideline for the eyes.

Step 3:
Draw a vertical line down the middle: So the face is looking straight at us.

Step 4:
Draw two simple eyes: Draw a line for the base of the nose and the middle of the mouth.

Step 5:
Draw the neck: Wider apart than the width of the eyes.

Step 6:
Draw two curves for ears: From the height of the eyes to the base of the nose.

Step 7:
Draw two eyebrows: just use a simple curved line.

Step 8:
Erase the two guidelines: We now have a basic face in proportion.

Step 9:
Draw a large circle in each eye for the iris.

Step 10:
Draw two small curves for the nostrils.

Step 11:
Draw extra lines for the eyelids, draw a small circle in each eye for the pupil.

Step 12:
Shade in the pupils as dark as you can. Shade the iris with a mid-tone and darken the eyelid line.

Try to look at the whole face, even when you are drawing the smaller details of the face.

Step 13:
Shade in the nostrils and darken the middle line of the mouth.

Step 14:
Using the side of your pencil, shade in the left hand side of the face.

Step 15:
Darken and thicken the eyebrows.

Step 16:
Use the side of an eraser to smudge your mid-tone shading.

Step 17:
Time to add a few details to the features of the face.

Step 18:
Draw some lines for the hair: Start with a few lines, showing the direction of the hairstyle.

Step 19:
We can now darken the jawline of the face.

Step 20:
We can add some shading on the left of the neck and to the hair.

You have now hopefully completed a beautiful portrait!

There are many ways to draw and many faces to draw! In this art video I show some of the tricks I have discovered over the years that I use in my own art and my art teaching.

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