Monday, March 11, 2013

How to Draw The Face Of The Sea Captain.

Drawing the Sea Captain's face is fun and easy. Most of the face is hidden by the old weather warn hat and the white sun bleached beard, and will give the young artist confidence in drawing.

Parents and teachers may use this at home or school. It can be an extra activity or a stand alone lesson. It can be used to practice or as a starting point for ideas.

History and literature is full of famous sea captains. This could be one.

FIRST A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT; If your sketch does not turn out the way you hoped do not give up, no one is more critical of their own work than a true artist. Come back and try  another worksheet and soon you will be a making beautiful pictures.

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How to Draw The Face Of The Sea Captain Worksheet

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Start with the basic oval shape for the head. Lightly draw guidelines down the center and across to keep things even. You will erase these later. Mark off half way down for the nose and halfway again for the mouth.

Draw the Captain's hat over the top 1/4 of the head. Make it uneven and battered looking. The circle for the anchor patch should be partly hidden by the brim.

The eyes are narrow. The upper eyelid is like a low arch, The lower eyelid is almost a straight line. The eyebrows are white just outline them. Put wrinkles between the eyebrows and around the eyes.

The nose is big and goes over the mustache.

The upper lip is hidden by the mustache. The lower lip is a double curved line with a shadow below it.

The beard is white so don't overdo it, just use short lines to draw the edges.

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