drawing a couple fighting

Drawing a Couple Fighting

Step 1.

Here we go. Start with the guides for the heads and torsos, then draw in the guidelines for the faces and necks.

Step 2.

Now you will draw in the profiles for each face. The girl is drawn in an expressive pose to show her talking while the man is just straight, stern faced listening to her plea. Draw in the cheek and beard as well.

Step 3.

Here we will draw in their heads and hairstyles. The girl has short bobbed hair and the dude has a crew cut. Finish drawing in the faces which should include the eyes, nose, ear and facial detailing.

Step 4.

We can now begin drawing the girl's body starting with the neck and then move on to draw the back, shoulders and arms.

Step 5.

We can now tackle the dude next. Start with his manly neck and then draw the chest, then her arm and hand.

Step 6.

Finish things up by sketching out the man's shoulder and arm, then finish the beard hairstyle and body detailing. Erase the mistakes and guides when you are done.

Step 7.

You're done folks. Just go ahead and color in this arguing couple. I hope you had fun with this lesson.

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Uploaded: October 27, 2016
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: October 30, 2016
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Here is something that is not of the norm. Today I will take a step back and show you all how to draw a couple fighting, step by step. This drawing concept was inspired by a fight I witnessed between my two good friends. They also happen to be a couple and I felt badly for them because they both looked stressed out. Nothing comes good from arguing, only heartache, tears and hurtful words. Even though two people love each other, it is real easy to say mean things when couples fight, but the reason why its such a bad thing, is because words can not be taken back once spoken. So if you know a couple or are involved with someone, try not to get in an argument because no one needs the stress of such raging emotions. Instead, try to work things out with conversation and good communication. I will be back with some other fun lessons so stay tuned in to see what they will be on next.

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