How to Draw a Female Face Easy
Step 1: Draw a Circle
Same thing here – draw a circle with a line going through the center vertically and horizontally.
Step 2: Find Out Where to Draw the Chin
Measure half the circle’s diameter and add it to the bottom to get the chin, except THIS time, draw the chin slightly shorter.
Step 3: Draw the Cheeks, Jaw and Chin
For females, I like to draw a narrow face with a narrow jaw. For the chin, taper your lines in so the chin is more narrow compared to the male.
Step 4: Draw Facial Construction Lines
Erase the horizontal line inside of the circle and then draw a line going through the center of the head vertically and horizontally.
Split the bottom section of the face in half and then in half again.
Do the same thing for the top section of the head.
Step 5: Draw the Eyes
One the line labelled eyes, split the head into 5 equal sections while taking the full width of the head into account.
Draw your eyes in the 2nd and 4th space.
Step 6: Draw the Nose
Again, draw a set of boundary lines coming down from the inner corner of each eye. Draw your nose a little higher than the ‘nose line’ for a medium length nose.
For a more feminine face, draw a narrow nose using soft lines that are not too angular/sharp. For the nose-bridge, draw a smooth curve that’s not too dark.
Step 7: Draw the Mouth
Create your boundary lines coming down from the center of each eye.
Draw your triangle directly below the nose and resting on the line labelled “lips”.
For a medium length mouth, draw it well within the boundary lines. Rest the bottom lip on the line labelled “lips”.
Step 8: Draw the Ears
Draw the ears roughly in between the eye and nose line.
Step 9: Draw the Hair
Females tend to have softer, more rounded hairlines compared to males. Draw a smooth line around the forehead without making many sharp angles. Make sure to keep your lines fairly light as well.
Once you finished the hairline, draw the rest of the hair.
Step 10: Complete Her Face
Draw the cheeks, jawline and chin using smooth lines. A square chin can make your drawing look a lot more masculine (not that there’s anything wrong with that!).
To finish it off, give her a narrow neck compared to his. A thick neck may indicate a muscular individual.