Realistic Lips Drawing

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Realistic Lips Drawing Step By Step

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Realistic Lips Drawing

Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 18, 2017
Steps: 5
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Tags: draw realistic animals, how to draw realistic, draw realistic, how to draw real, draw mouths, how to draw mouths, drawing a mouth, draw lips, how to sketch, sketching in pencil
Description: Hey guys, I'm here tonight to guide you all on a tutorial that is indeed a realistic one. In this awesome tut, you'll be learning “how to draw real lips”, step by step. This tutorial is a bit short because there isn't much to show you but how I went through the process. The entire tutorial was done graphite and I'm incredibly happy how the results turned out. You'll be needing a piece of regular A4 paper (copy paper) or a medium textured sketch paper, a pack of sketching pencils, a kneaded eraser (or a polyester one), tissue and or cotton swabs, and a decent sharpener. I went through sharpening my 3B pencil numerous times because of the maximum usage of it. You'll also be needing a reference and tons of patience in order to achieve a decent realistic look for your lips. Anyways, I hope that ya'll will enjoy this tutorial to learn “how to sketch lips”, step by step. I had so much fun doing the walk through and getting into what I was doing. Thanks so much for viewing and good luck! Don't forget to leave behind some feedback on how you progressed “drawing lips”.

Drawing realistic lips. Realistic lip drawing. Simple lip drawing. Easy lip drawing tutorials step by step. I hope you liked this easy lip drawing tutorials. Step 1 – Drawing the Lay In. For this drawing, I will be using a simple grid to help me draw the layin. I drew a 2 by 2 grid on my reference and my drawing paper and used the guide lines to sketch in the outlines of the lips. I’m using an HB pencil and sketching very lightly. Once I’m finished, I’ll use an eraser to get rid of the grid. As with all drawings, you'll want to start with the lighter tones and build to the darker tones. Once an area has reached its correct tone, continue to shade the lips moving onto the areas that are in deeper shadow. To convey the plumpness of some lips, try creating curved pencil strokes as you shade.