How to Draw Scars Easily on Paper
WoWPencils has put together a step-by-step tutorial on how to draw scars on the face while keeping it as realistic and simple as possible; this type of drawing is considered aerobatics among types of art, especially for children.
If this is your first time drawing a human face, start by sketching some basic guidelines to help you identify the real sizes and maintain a sense of balance in your drawing. Later on, you’ll add more details to make the face more obvious. Draw the shape of the nose, nostrils, and lips in this stage. Don’t overdo it – the more strokes, the better.
If you don’t like your first drawing, go back over it and try to correct all of the mistakes. WoWPencils is happy when its visitors enjoy themselves, and if you like this, you might also enjoy the other tutorials in the “How to Drawu2026” series.
How do you draw a skull?
How to draw a skull in step-by-step instructions.
- Step 1: Draw the basic shapes and lines.
- Step 2: Draw the eye sockets and nasal cavity.
- Step 3: Define the cheekbones and jawline.
- Step 4: Add more detail to the top of the skull.
- Step 5: Outline the teeth.
How do you make fake skin?
Do not add the makeup to the flour and water mixture; instead, use this mixture to affix the dough or fake skin to the face or body with a bit of regular elmer’s school glue. Mold the dough or fake skin to desired effect and then let dry.
How do you make fake scars heal?
Simply combine some glue and red food coloring, then tear some tissue into smaller pieces, dab some glue on the area where you want your scar to appear, and apply the tissue pieces, arranging them to look like a scar and finishing it off with fake blood.
How do you draw a realistic wound?
Smear red eyeliner onto your skin and draw a line on the area where you want the fake cut, then smudge it with your finger. Add dots around the area and smudge them as well. Repeat until your skin looks like it’s been smeared with blood.
How do you make a fake hurt?
To make the bloody part of the wound, use powder, eyeshadow, and fake blood.
- Paint darker colors in the center of your wound and lighter colors as you progress outward.
- Add a few drops of blood and mix, then add more in and around the wound and let the blood drip.