Wednesday, April 26, 2017

How To Draw Beautiful Lips, Worksheet for Young Artist

This printable how to draw worksheet has helpful tips that can take the young artist to the next level of success and confidence. Teachers, parents and homeschool families may print the worksheet for personal and class use.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT: Learning to draw is like any other skill- it takes practice, so draw everyday. I have lots of worksheets to choose from. Come back every day to try another one, and if you do the projects in a few weeks you will be surprised at what a good artist you have become. If the picture doesn't turn out the way you had hoped do not give up because the next project will turn out better since you have learned things drawing this one.

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How To Draw Beautiful Lips Printable Worksheet



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PRINTABLE NOTES

GUIDELINES
Start with two guidelines to keep things even. One guideline goes across the mouth and one up and down in the middle.

BEGINING
Draw a small rainbow arch for the bottom of the top lip so the mouth looks a little open.
Draw a small "V" for the middle of the top of the upper lip
Draw a very wide "U" shape for the bottom lip. The bottom lip is bigger.

DEVELOPING THE SHAPE
The top of the bottom lip is not straight; Draw a wide slight "U" in the center of the lower lip top edge. Draw a slight upward curve on both sides.
Draw the sides of the upper lip.

Erase the guidelines and clean up the basic shape.

SHADING
The shading is what gives the lips the fullness and roundness. All the light should come from the upper side. The shadows should be on the opposite and lower sides.

The upper lip is mostly in shadow. The bottom lip has strong shadow below and a little shadow on the top edge. There are light areas in the middle of the lower lip and on the side of the upper lip where the light hits it.

Draw the teeth last. Keep them simple or else they look dirty.

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