Child Head Proportions

The proportions of a child’s head differ from those of an adult. Children generally have bigger foreheads; therefore the eyebrows—not the eyes—fall on the center horizontal division line. Also, the eyes of youngsters are usually larger and rounder than the eyes of adults.

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The younger the child, the smoother the skin and facial features. Keep your shading even and relatively light.

To correctly place the features, use the ...

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