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Basics of Sketching on Location

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Artists in the past did not have cameras to take pictures of the events they wanted to draw. That's why sketching on location has become a necessity. Being fast is essential to capture details. Sketching on location is all about getting important details for future piece that will serve as a guide for a bigger piece. 
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Drawing Expressions Part IV: How to Draw Angry, Sad, and Sleepy Faces

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Same as the ones I made from the previous drawing expression series, I drew the basic head shape using my pencil. This time, the head was tilted that it made the curve of the eyebrows a little tricky to get looking right. I had to sketch it one side to practice and be able to achieve the curve I want to use for this expression.
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Drawing Expressions Part III: How to Draw Scared and Surprised Faces

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In this part, I drew a very scared and surprised face. I started constructing the head which was oriented in an upward angle. I drew it first with a sphere, and then I drew in the mandible. Because of the previous lessons, I managed to make it without so much difficulty. After drawing the head, I then added the mouth. LaurieB! said that yourself is your best reference when it comes to drawing any expressions. As for this part, which is the lips, I tried looking into the mirror for about 10 seconds to see the curves of my lower and upper lips when I’m scared.
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