|Uploaded:||September 1, 2010|
|Updated:||September 1, 2010|
Hey all! Good midnight to all who are viewing this tutorial right this second as I type! I've prepared a super huge tutorial for all you avid artists to heave into that artistic brain of yours. I was watching an artist today that goes by the name of “Santiago”. He was having some troubles drawing mouths so the idea struck me that I should submit a tutorial on “how to draw mouths, step by step”. This small and simple part of the human head can be somewhat crafty to the new coming artists. Consider observing other artists and how they sketch their views of mouths. I devour and examine all the styles on how the masters of art like Tite Kubo and Masashi Kishimoto. It's essential to observe and attain inspiration. I've already said this in the tutorial on Step 11. When you “draw a mouth”, you'll want to focus on where the position of the head is set as well as what emotion the person is feeling. These are two essential details you must lay your focus on. Inside a mouth is obviously teeth, right? Well, you'll discover that drawing extremely detailed and realistic teeth is quite hard, hence why I made the subjects of these drawings simplified. When drawing realistic human faces that are baring teeth, I always struggle with the teeth. Things can get pretty ugly and inaccurate to where the teeth appear to be dirty, or severely deformed looking. Almost like Quasimodo's teeth from the Hunchback of Notre Dam. The best tip I could expose, is that practice makes perfect, and so does passion. With these tools, you'll be able to accelerate the growth of improvement. Anyways, I have to go now, this tutorial is really big and it's moving onto the second hour of writing this out. Take time and care, and don't ever quit. Have fun and don't forget to leave feedback!