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Drawing Facial Features
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Released Nov 11, 2009
Danielle Iyer

Pluralsight

Danielle Iyer
In this series of lessons, we'll learn how to draw various features of the face. For each part of the face, we will begin by learning about the anatomy and musculature that makes up that area. We'll then move into the forms of that area that we need to keep in mind while we illustrate. Finally, we'll build upon our anatomy and forms to create a finished result. After we have our illustration, we will learn some variations that occur in real life and how we can use these variations to show things about our characters.
Drawing the Eyes - Anatomy
1

Drawing the Eyes - Anatomy

 
06:12
Drawing the eyes: Form
2

Drawing the eyes: Form

 
04:42
Drawing the eyes: Final
3

Drawing the eyes: Final

 
11:07
Tips on drawing the eyes: Matching features
4

Tips on drawing the eyes: Matching features

 
14:40
Drawing the nose: Anatomy
5

Drawing the nose: Anatomy

 
04:06
Drawing the nose: Form
6

Drawing the nose: Form

 
04:10
Drawing the nose: Final
7

Drawing the nose: Final

 
09:34
Tips on drawing the nose: Matching features
8

Tips on drawing the nose: Matching features

 
11:40
Drawing the mouth: Anatomy
9

Drawing the mouth: Anatomy

 
03:50
Drawing the mouth: Form
10

Drawing the mouth: Form

 
05:26
Drawing the mouth: Final
11

Drawing the mouth: Final

 
09:24
Tips on drawing the mouth: Matching features
12

Tips on drawing the mouth: Matching features

 
14:28