how to draw a male face, eyes, nose, mouth | tutorial

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In this video, I will be showing a step by step process on how to draw a male face since I understand that a lot of people who’ve been drawing female faces struggle with making their drawings look more masculine. This video includes easy to follow steps on how to draw eyes, nose, mouth and other facial features using basic shapes and simple guidelines. Enjoy!

you can find the worksheet here:

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0:00 Intro
0:19 Sponsorship
2:48 Basic shapes
3:50 Guidelines
5:05 Eyes
6:36 Eyebrows
7:20 Nose
8:19 Mouth
9:14 Ears
9:51 Hairline
10:15 Drawing tips

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