Human facial proportions
Facial Proportions - How to Draw Faces. By Matt Fussell . One thing that is important in both types of drawing is understanding the proportions of a human face.
Human Anatomy Fundamentals: Basics of the Face
Five useful proportions of the face to keep in mind during your next portrait drawing!.
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Description:In profile, it changes shape completely and becomes comma-like. Plan on taking three to four hours to complete the entire face. Look at the lower third on this face—the bottom two green lines at the bottom of the nose and the end of the chin. If you divide that section in half purple line , you see where the end of the bottom lip will fall. Leonardo da Vinci wrote in his notebooks that the face can be divided into thirds—one-third from the bottom of the chin to the nostrils, one-third from the nostrils to the eyebrows, and one-third from the eyebrows to the hairline not the top of the head. Remember this when you begin sculpting a face. Visualizing a "headband" similar to the one drawn in the above image can be helpful in finding the shape of the head.