How to Draw Lips
We’ll show you how to draw lips in this drawing guide, which will be a small tutorial on drawing lips of any shape. We’ll go over the basic principles for drawing lips and give you ideas for different types of lips you might want to draw.
If you’re drawing a cartoon character, pay attention to how the lips are placed because it has a big impact on the overall look. First, we’ll draw a line to separate the upper and lower lips and outline the mouth’s approximate position.
Now draw the upper lip, which can be a man’s or a woman’s depending on whether you’re drawing a male or female character.
If you’re drawing a wavy line, start by following the instructions below and then trimming the line’s outlines from the first step; if you’re drawing a straight line, you can safely skip this step if you’ve already completed it.
Because men’s lips are naturally fuller and more prominent, they are slightly thinner than women’s.
This is a versatile lesson about the basic steps for drawing lips of any shape; we chose a dark pink color for this step, but you can use any color you like to make your lips stand out from the others we’ve shown you.
How do you draw your lips side step by step?
Drawing Lips from the Side:
- Step 1: Determine top and bottom lip placement.
- Step 2: Determine lip angle.
- Step 3: Draw a triangle.
- Step 4: Draw the mouth’s corner.
- Step 5: Draw the top lip.
- Step 6: Complete the top lip.
- Step 7: Draw the bottom lip.
- Step 8: Draw the upper and lower lips.
What are lips for?
Lips enable us to chew and swallow with our mouths closed; to grasp objects such as nails and clothes pegs; and to suckle at the breast; but, perhaps most importantly, they enable us to smile, bare our teeth, and kiss.
How do you start drawing cartoon characters?
How to Draw a Cartoon Character That Isn’t Scary
- Start with the head, which should be a medium-sized oval with small ears on each side.
- Draw the face.
- Sketch the body.
- Add the arms.
- Place the legs.
- Add shoes.
- Add some accessories.