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Drawing: How to Draw 1 by William Powell

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Three-Quarter View

Drawing a three-quarter view is slightly more difficult than the frontal view—but you can do it! Study your subject carefully, and follow the steps. Block in the basic shapes, and use guidelines to place the features, Note that because the face is angled, the features are all set off center, with the nose at the three-quarter point. Curve the line for the bridge of the nose all the way out to the edge of the face, so it partially blocks her left eye.

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When you block in the hair, think of it as one mass that has a curved outline. ...

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