Draw a Cracked Face

Artist: Dawn / October 6, 2020

Step 1.

Start the first step by drawing the head guideline and then the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Using the guide shape you made in step one, go ahead and start sketching out the left side of the girl's face. This is her normal side. You will also draw the eyelid.

Step 3.

Start with drawing the eyebrows. When you do this they have to be in a worrisome expressive state. When that is done draw in the eyes. Notice how the eyes are angled.. The nose will also need to be drawn in as well as her lips. Be sure to draw her fr   

Step 4.

Okay, let's work on this girl's hairstyle. I chose to go with a straight do, but you can draw in any style you like. Most people like to put themselves in their drawings which is a way to reflect to views how someone perceives themselves.

Step 5.

Yep, you are almost done. Just draw the shape of her neck and then her shoulders.

Step 6.

Now finally, draw in the cracks that flow vertically on her face. This also reminds me of Gaara's cracked face. See, subconsciously that image was probably in my mind and came forward presenting itself in a dream. Crazy how the mind works, that's why   

Step 7.

That's it. If you followed the steps you should end up with a drawing that looks like this. Color it in, then upload your artwork so others can check out the skills.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 6, 2020
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Tags: how to draw faces, how to draw girls, how to draw emotion
Description: Here is a concept piece that I whipped up yesterday. This is a drawing that came totally off the fly. I think the image might have been conjured up from a dream. All my dreams are created from things that I've seen during the days that pass. The girl's face that I recollect had voided eyes, black thick rings which were dark circles that are under the eyes. A sad expression and half her face made of glass. I guess it's safe to say that we all have two sides of ourselves. The side that is normal, can face the world and live a semi-regular life, and then the side that breaks down and wilts like a flower whenever we feel uncomfortable, weak and hysterical. I had fun with this drawing and I do hope that you all do too.