Girls Head (Front)




    This is a quick way to draw a girl’s head. The girl here is someone between 14 to 20 years old. Younger anime girls have wider cheeks, and usually larger eyes. But I guess the majority of you guys and gals would probably want to draw teenagers, right? Afterall… it is the most shapely thing to draw. 
     First, draw the face lines. I usually start with the left, going to the right. Start by drawing a slightly curved line down, then, slightly halfway down the estimated height of the face, make another, steeper curved line inwards to the center of the face. 

     From the bottom (chin), start another curved line up. This will complete the chin, but not the full side of the face. The rest of the face ends with a line on the other side, going down. 

Draw the nose. Here, the girl’s nose is a little squiggly, triangular shape. The first line is drawn going downwards. Then, draw a sharp line upwards, and continue with a curved line. 
     Draw the Eyes. First, start with the upper eye lines. Usually, depending on the where the nose faces, that’s where you start drawing the first line. Here, since the nose seems to be facing (rather, shadowing) the character’s left side, I start drawing on that side. Start the eye line from the inside of the face goin outwards. Do the other eye line from the out going in. 
Continue drawing so. 
Draw the ears. You can start from either side of the face: it doesn’t really matter. But start from the top, going down.
Draw the hair… but not all yet. Just draw the part which divides the face from the rest of the head, such as this.
Draw the head line. This is the boundary of your anime character’s head. This is very helpful in deciding where to place the outer lines of the hair/head.
Draw the rest of the hair. By using the head line, you can tell exactly how much hair to put above it.
Draw the neck. If you want, you may draw the mouth first, but I usually draw the neck first… I dunno why… just instinct I guess. First, draw the two lines for the neck, followed by the collar bone line, the shoulder blades, then the throat line. 
Finally, if you haven’t drawn the mouth yet, do so now. Then you’re ready to draw the rest of the body. 


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