How to draw a cute Girl face Step by Step

How to draw a cute Girl face easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Girl drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.

How to draw a cute Girl face Step by Step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1 – Draw the Female Head

To help you ensure that both sides of the head will be the same width and that the facial features in the following steps are evenly spaced, start your drawing by first creating a vertical line across center of your drawing area. Next, draw a circle for the top of the head and from there project two straight lines to the jaw area, then curl inward and down again at a more acute angle to eventually curve the chin.
Since this is a woman’s face, for this tutorial we will make the chin quite small and narrow.

Step 2 – Refine the shape of the head

For this step, you can slightly adjust the shape of the top of the head as it is usually not a perfect half circle. You can also add a little more cheekbones.

After doing those, you can go ahead and delete the circle guide but leave the midline.

Step 3 – Allocate the face

To create tutorials for the first set of facial features, divide the face into four parts using horizontal lines. You will want to draw lines from the hairline area of ​​the head (located slightly below the top of the head) down to the chin in such a way that you will have three equal parts of the face plus the smaller hairline. of four.

Step 4 – Put eyebrows

Draw eyebrows just below the second line from the top of the head (the one behind the hairline).

Step 5 – Putting the nose

Draw the nose starting near the inner end of the eyebrow. For the initial sketch, simplify the nose to flat planes for the front, side, and underside.

The nose narrows to the back of the face and from there on the lower part of the face.

Please note that the nose is a facial feature that can vary greatly from person to person. A medium nose like the one in this tutorial will usually slightly go through the middle of the three even parts. Longer noses may go down further.

Step 6 – Putting Ears

Draw the contour of the ear inside the middle part of the three evenly spaced sections touching the second and third line down from the top.

Step 7 – Eye placement

Draw another horizontal line directly through the center of the head (you can remove the other horizontal lines at this point) and on it draw the shape of the eyes (just the contour). Keep the eyes apart enough that you can fit another eye between them. The space on either side of the eye should be slightly smaller than the width of one eye.

Step 8 – Placing your mouth

Position your mouth by drawing a horizontal line between the base of your nose and the bottom of your chin. This line will represent the lower part of the lower lip. From there going up, draw a horizontal line for the mouth and another one above for the top of the upper lip. The lower lip tends to be bigger than the upper lip so balance your drawing accordingly.

Step 9 – Draw facial features

Inside the shape of the eyes outlined in the previous steps, draw circles of irises with the top part slightly hidden by the eyelids and the lower just touching the lower eyelid.

Step 10 – Draw the contour of the hair

The way you draw your hair will vary depending on your hairstyle. For this particular example, the hair will essentially be divided into two main shapes going from the parting line. Since more hair is flipped to the left side of the drawing, the shape will be larger than the one on the right.

Step 11 – Draw hair details

To add details to the hair, draw some lines that flow from the parting line down along the shape of the hair. Add some other lines still in the general direction of the hair in various positions along the overall shape of the hair. Try and vary them in their lengths and distances from each other.

Step 12 – Draw eyelashes

Draw individual eyelashes with slightly different spacing between each eyelash but at the same time try to create a fairly even overall distribution. Lashes tend to grow more toward the outer half of the eye (away from the nucleus). The hairs of the eyelashes are arranged in a fan shape following the curled shape of the eyelids. The lashes themselves are also curled, but this will be less obvious for lashes that are directed at the viewer.




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