|Uploaded:||December 10, 2010|
|Updated:||December 10, 2010|
Today I finally made my famous wonton soup from scratch. I have been waiting so long to make this dish because I love wonton soup. To show you guys how much I like feeding my mouth such a dish, I am going to submit this lesson on "how to sketch mouths", step by step. The mouth in the thumbnail is how my mouth feels when I'm about to take a bit in a savory dish of an Asian based soup. Sketching mouths is one of those things that can be hard if you're a novice artist, or not so bad if you are an intermediate artist. I myself had a problem with drawing the human mouth because getting the lips symmetrical and real looking was a big problem for me. I admit I still have a flaw when it comes to making one side identical to the other. I am still struggling with this handicap, but the more I practice the better I am becoming. I have fallen in love with sketching on paper again, and as the days progress I will be uploading more and more tutorials that are going to be from me actually using pencil, paper, and eraser. I haven't drawn this way in so long so for me it feels really good drawing on a clean sheet of sketching paper. The tablet is great too, but I think it's a more personable experience for members when I submit lessons on an actual sketched object. I think you will find that learning "how to sketch mouths" really isn't going to be all that bad. I will be back later with some other fun tutorials for you all so stay tuned in to see what I will put up next. Oh yeah by the way, Christmas is now only fifteen days away. Just some food for thought.