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How to Draw the Purge Mask

Artist: Dawn / January 21, 2014
How to Draw the Purge Mask

Step 1.

Begin by drawing the circle guide for the face and head. Sketch the facial guidelines inside the circle like so.

Step 2.

Use the guide you just made to sketch out the structure for the Purge mask's face and head shape. Draw in the ears and you can proceed to step three.

Step 3.

Draw the shapes of the eyes, then sketch in the side for the nose shape or bridge.

Step 4.

Draw out the sleek shapes of the eyebrows and make sure to draw them in a real devious or evil expressive arch. Finish the eyes then move along to step five.

Step 5.

We can finish sketching out the nose then draw the very sharp, defined frown lines. Add the dimples as well.

Step 6.

Draw the outlined shape of the sharp lined mouth.

Step 7.

Draw the low hanging bottom lip which is attached to the mouth or upper jaw.

Step 8.

You will now draw the gum line and shapes of each tooth until you end up with a eerie face like the one you see here. Erase the mistakes and all the guides.

Step 9.

Here is the line art once you are done. Color in this Purge Mask to bring it to life.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 21, 2014
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Tags: how to draw masks, how to draw dolls
Description: I will start the day by uploading a lesson on something cool. For those of you who are familiar with a horror movie being noted for the similarity of Saw. Today we will be learning "how to draw the Purge Mask", step by step. The mask looks very much like a creepy ventriloquist doll. The plastic or shiny porcelain textured surface that makes up the canvas for the mask's face helps make the image perfect. Drawing the Purge mask should be simple enough. All you are really doing is making exaggerated parts of the face stand out; like the mouth, eyes and cheeks. Anyways, have fun with this exciting lesson and I will meet you all back here soon with more fun.