How to Draw a Smile with Teeth


Fully Narrated! How to draw a toothy smile from scratch. It all starts with a simple shape. I will even show you how to draw all the teeth step-by-step and how to shade and blend them as well.

A smiling mouth is a little tricky to draw, especially when teeth are involved, so it does take some practice to be able to grasp. Don’t give up and keep trying until you succeed!

If you want to learn how to draw a smile where the lips are closed, let me know in the comment section!

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⏰ SKIP TO TIMESTAMP ⏰
Intro – 0:00
Tools – 0:19
Construction Lines – 0:40
Lips – 1:37
Teeth – 3:36
Shading Lips – 13:43
Shading Inside Mouth – 21:15
Shading Gums – 21:51
Shading Teeth – 22:49
Blending Teeth – 29:06
Highlighting Teeth – 30:54
Blending Everything Else – 34:07
Removing Blemishes – 36:48
Final Touchups – 37:20
Slideshow of Lip Drawing Process – 38:26


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