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How to Draw a Vintage Face

Artist: Dawn / May 19, 2015
How to Draw a Vintage Face

Step 1.


We will draw the guide shape for your girl's face like so, then sketch in the facial guidelines. The face guide should be drawn on an angle.

Step 2.


Here we will define the shape or structure of the face like you see here. When that is done begin drawing the hair. There is a thick part down the middle of the scalp because she is wearing a parted down look. Draw the ends of the hair curled up a bi   

Step 3.


Draw the other side of her hairstyle and then draw the neck and shoulder.

Step 4.


Draw in a simple rose bud flower and detail the rose starting at the center.

Step 5.


We will basically finish the whole rose concept in her hair by drawing the rest of the petals that sort of surround the bud in the center. When that is done draw the leaves with jagged or serrated edges. Add rib detailing to the leaves, and proceed t   

Step 6.


Now we can get busy drawing the face. Start with the nicely shaped arched eyebrows and color them in. Then you can draw the simple shape of her feminine nose. Don't forget to draw in her full set of lips which will create the sexy open mouth pose.

Step 7.


Lastly, we will draw in the vintage style eyes. When we do this be sure that the lining for the eyes are thick and bold for that dark eyeliner look. Lastly, add some pretty long lashes and then erase the guidelines and mistakes.

Step 8.


This is what your drawing looks like when you are all done. Color in the vintage face and you are all ready to show off your work.

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dgoodspeed · 5 years ago
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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: May 19, 2015
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Tags: how to draw vintage art, how to draw a girls face
Description: So you have a lesson on a vintage rose or flower, now you can try out this tutorial on how to draw a vintage face, step by step. Vintage style women are very famous subjects for tattoo art or even just for stencil use. Instead of making a female's face that was too complex to recreate, I chose to go with simple shapes, and angled accents. Notice I also drew a rose in her hair which brings mysterious beauty to this dark haired beauty. Anyways, I do hope you enjoy drawing a vintage face in the form of this beautiful female. I love how it came out, and coloring her face in is going to be so fun.