How to Draw a Realistic Face - Ages 8 and Up
In this course, students will learn the proportions of a human face, as well as some variations on people's features such as noses, eyes, and mouths! In addition, they will practice shading the faces they draw.
Lainey Williams B.A.
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This class will teach the basic tenets of how to draw a realistic human face. I will cover the idea of proportions--the size of and distance between objects relative to one another--so that students understand how to apply the skills we practice to different types of faces. We will also discuss some varying types of features, so that students have a good idea of how to make people look different from one another. Because we will go into detail on these variations, we will only go over how to...
Students will gain a basic understanding of what proportions are, how to draw varying types of facial features, and how to put those features together to draw a person's face.
A paper and a pencil with an eraser.
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Lainey Williams B.A.Comic Artist, Illustrator, and Writer
107 total reviews
164 completed classes
Hello! I'm Lainey, a professional art teacher with a Bachelor of Arts in English with a Writing Emphasis from the University of Nevada, Reno. While I studied there, I worked for over a year as a peer tutor at the UNR Writing and Speaking Center,...