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Portrait Drawing for the Ultimate Beginner: Putting It All Together (Front View)

Updated on July 23, 2014

Putting it all together

Now that you have learned about the different facial shapes, sizes, & angles with all of its features it’s time to put them all together. I wanted this lesson to be about analyzing each individual piece of the puzzle and then putting all of the pieces together in the end. For this lesson we will draw the front view of the face. You do not have to follow a certain formula. This is your own individual drawing. You can draw any facial shape, the features can be any shape or size you want them to be. Be creative! Make it your own. Your portrait does not have to look like the one in the tutorial. Now, let’s proceed to drawing the face.

Parts 1 & 2

Parts 3 & 4

Parts 5 & 6

Parts 7 & 8

Parts 9 & 10

Parts 11 & 12

Parts 13 & 14

Parts 15 & 16

Parts 17 & 18

Parts 19 & 20

Parts 21 & 22

Part 23 (Final)

Now you’re finished! Your hard work has paid off. If you don’t like the final result, it’s okay. I had to try more than once before I got the result I liked. You can do as many of these as you want until you get better and at least you have a basic understanding of the front view of the human face & it’s features.

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