Have you ever been in a creative rut? If you have then you know how frustrating it can be to have no inspiration to create. I have been experiencing this myself lately. One thing I have learned when it comes to getting out of a creative rut is sometimes you have to go back to the basics.
Coloring pages or participating in a challenge can help draw new ideas and inspiration that you can pour over into your future artwork.
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Draw a face may seem intimidating but once you understand the fundamentals you will end up draw faces in no time.
The shape of the head consist of a combination of a circle and oval. These two shape end of form an upside egg.
The next step is know where the features such as the eyes, nose, lips and more lay on the face. This is where facial proportion comes into play. The first thing you should do is divide the face in half and then break it up into three sections as shown below
The eyes fall in the middle line of the face with the corner of the eyes align with the outer nostrils of the nose.
You can then add the lips which align with the middle part of the eyes.
You can then finish the face by adding eyebrows eyeslashes and the ears which the top parts align with the base of the eyebrows.
Once you put all the features together you now have a face!
Need more practice? Access the How To Draw A Face workbook that includes step by step instructions and traceables. Now available in the Resource Library here along with more guides and coloring pages.