How to Draw Emma Stone, Emma Stone

Artist: Dawn / July 22, 2011

Step 1.

Begin by simply drawing out a circle for the face and head, and then add in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Sketch out the lower portion of her face which is going to be drawn from a 3/4 view. Take your time and don't rush. If you are starting this lesson, you might as well do it right.

Step 3.

For step three, you will be sketching out the beginning shapes of her eyes. Emma Stone sometimes wears dark eye make-up, but I wanted to draw her eyes with just some liner and mascara so you can see how big her eyes are. Start with a slightly arched    

Step 4.

Emma Stone has some pretty intense looking eyes. You will now finish sketching out the shapes of her big eyes, and then lightly sketch in the bottom lashes. Next, draw in the crease lines under each eye, and then draw out her pupil. Lastly, sketch ou   

Step 5.

All you have to do here is shade in her pupils leaving behind the glare for a glossy look.

Step 6.

Up next, sketch out her mouth and notice she is smirking instead of smiling with an open smile. Sketch in the creases on each side of her mouth, and then draw in the cliff above the middle of the mouth, and draw in a beauty mark.

Step 7.

You are now in step seven which means you only have one more drawing step to go. All you must do here s sketch out the neck, and then begin sketching in her long straight hairstyle. Her hair is parted with a majority of the length being tossed over t   

Step 8.

Let's finish this sketch off on Emma Stone so we can tackle another lesson. Finish sketching out her hair style like so and be sure to make the lining somewhat wavy. Draw in the ends of her hair, and add texture detailing too. Erase any visible guide   

Step 9.

When you are all done, this is how the drawing should look. Now, if you want to color in your sketch you can go ahead and do so, or you can leave it be. Thanks for joining me with drawing Emma Stone.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: July 22, 2011
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