In this video learn How to Draw a Mouth and Lips: Step by Step. Enjoy this video and master the fundamentals of Perspective Drawing with regular practice. Use the Drawing and Sketching supplies given below.
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- Faber Castell Graphite Set For Sketching
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Learn how to draw a realistic mouth and lips in this step by step art tutorial drawing for beginners. See How to Draw a Realistic Face: SUBSCRIBE for a new drawing every week: 6 Most Popular Art Tutorials:
How to Draw a Mouth and Lips: Step by Step:
Art Materials Used: 4B pencil, blending stump and/or eraser
1: Draw a line with two gentle bumps either side of its middle, this is the middle line of the lips.
2: Draw the top line with two bumps and a bottom line, as a smooth curve. We now have the basic shape of a mouth.
3: Don’t let the lines touch each other at the corners, it is good to not have points at the corners of a natural mouth, so the lips look like they could move.
4: Partly erase your lines, this is so we can draw realistic lips, where all the edges are gentle.
5: Draw some darker curved details on the centre line of the lips.
6: Add a thin dark shadow under this line.
7: Slowly build up small graded areas of shading, using a dark 4B pencil.
8: Use the side of the pencil to shade a mid-tone on the top lip.
9: Shade some mid-tone along the base of the bottom lip.
10: Start to add some smaller areas of shading, using a graded tone, dark to light, so the mouth looks more realistic.
11: You could smudge any lines that are too heavy with the side of an eraser.
12: You could use a blending stump to smudge the tones too, or an eraser.
13: The aim is to use smudging as a way of drawing, to blend the tone you have.
14: Repeat this process by drawing more tone and then blending the tone.
15: Use the side of a pencil to draw a faint tone of shading on the skin around the lips.
16: Use a blending stump or eraser to soften the shading on the mouth.
17: Draw some fine lines and blur the lip edges with your finger.
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How to Draw a Realistic Mouth and Lips: Step by Step
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