Drawing the human face can be an intimidating assignment for any artist because of its many complex features, but once an artist learns to visualize the underlying forms (ex: spheres for the cranium, blocks for the jaw and cheek bones, etc), the exercise can be rewarding one, indeed.

In a recent class, some of our 12-16 year olds created these fantastic drawings of the human head, by following the basic principles of geometrical de-construction depicted above. Great work everyone, very impressive!

AuthorInna Polnar