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Saturday, August 25, 2012

How To Draw A Lion's Face Easy Lesson and Worksheet

This free drawing worksheet, How to draw a Lions Face, is an easy project and gives confidence to the young or beginning artist.

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FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT; If your drawings do not turn out the way you want do not give up learning to draw takes practice so draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back often and try a few projects for ideas.

How to Draw a Lion Face Worksheet. 

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Start with a light 2b pencil and draw a large circle and then a smaller circle for the muzzle. Draw tow circles for the ears, put the ears high on the sides. (You will erase some of these lines later).  Draw a vertical guide-line to keep things even.

The eyebrow is two curved lines over the each eye. Draw the eye as a circle partly below the eyebrow, the eyebrow is the upper eyelid, the lower eyelid is a darker line curving up at the outside away from the nose.

The upper mouth starts as two circles. The nose is like a letter "T" with a triangle in the center and the arms of the "T" curved up.

The lower chin is a half circle. Erase the extra marks.

The eyes are circles without the top edge, a line up and down make the pupal. The lower eyelid is a curve but thicker and darker.

Draw the fur in two steps. First draw the mane close to the face. The second layer is darker and away from the face. Draw it by moving the pencil out away from the face.

He has only two or three whiskers.

He has three rows of freckles.

Take your time and people will love it.
How to Draw a Lion's Face
(c) Adron

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