Draw a Face: Side View

How to draw a girl’s face from the side can be hard, but this drawing tutorial explains an easy method. This art tutorial video explains How to Draw a Girl’s Face in Proportion – side view . We start by taking measurements from our own faces. This is explained step by step so people new to drawing can follow easily. These measurements are needed to get the girl’s face drawn in proportion.

Do you want to know how to draw a face in proportion from the front? Check out my drawing tutorial; How to Draw a Face in Proportion

I sketch out how to draw the hair, eye, nose, mouth and how to work out how big the head should be. Watch out for the little drawing trick that you can use to draw the mouth from the side very accurately.

Links to other useful face drawing tutorials are listed here:
Learn How to Draw a Nose
Find outHow to Draw an Eye
DiscoverHow to Draw Lips

The video is aimed at beginners, children, primary school teachers and anyone wanting to improve their drawing skills.

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