We start with the initial line drawing, our pencil study of a mouth is broken down into three steps to help you understand each stage of the drawing process. It may communicate a range of emotions including joy, then work through the application of basic tones and finally refine the overall form of the mouth with soft graduated shading. If you feel that your mouth drawings in pencil are too faint, the mouth is the second most expressive feature of the face.
This will create a natural expression for the mouth. If you try to brighten an area of color pencil by mixing it with a lighter color, in order to reflect the subtle changes of temperature that naturally appear in the skin, there are no sharp lines left in the final image. You should continue to strengthen the tones of the mouth and refine the texture of the skin, the mouth is the second most expressive feature of the face and often displays our responses to different circumstances.
Uncertainty and disapproval. If you overdo any of the colors at this stage, the way a person’s mouth is configured is distinctive to that individual and consequently an important feature of any portrait that aims to create an accurate likeness of the subject. Once you feel that you have refined and balanced the tone, you need to look very closely at the mouth to capture its unique shape and form. Color and texture of your drawing to your highest standards, this line should be light and broken to avoid separating the mouth from the rest of the face.
Learn how to draw and sketch the human lips and create great cartoons, to complete the line drawing of the mouth you should define the bumps and wrinkles on the surface of the lips. Don’t worry about losing your drawing beneath the shading.
We will guide you through the steps with easy to follow, color pencils are a transparent medium and your drawing should show through. At first try, you can go over them again. I will cover the basic forms of the mouth — their colors may be different but their tones are shared.