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|Drawing a face from inside out.|
|Time:||Allow 40 minutes|
|Aim:||To draw a face using the inside-out method. Starting with the eyes we will construct a nose and mouth noting the relationship between them.|
|Materials:||The sketch pad, HB and 4B pencil, eraser, a ruler if need be.|
First we construct a light circle in the approximate position and size as shown below.
Construct another circle in the position shown (exactly one full circle apart). Using a nice sickle arc describe the edges of the shadows that will form the spheres.
Shade in the shadow parts of the twin spheres
Copy the eye shapes from my drawing being careful to keep them level and sketch the inside corners as I have done.
Add the lids and draw in the iris and pupils as shown below. To make the eyes look right or left you would position the pupils accordingly.
Shade in the pupils and irises.
|Continuation:||This completes part I of this lesson. Part 2 is continued on the next page.|
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