### The Basic Forms

To draw the head from any angle, you must first understand its basic structure, ignoring even the features and reducing the head to its most basic form, as taught by Andrew Loomis in his book “Drawing the Headu2019s.”

### A Sphere as the Cranium

Because the sides of the head are flat, we can slice off a piece from both sides of the ball. This plane will appear to be a perfect circle from profile, but it will appear to be an oval from any other angle due to perspective. Divide this oval into quadrants. The vertical line represents the beginning of the jaw. The horizontal line represents the brow line.

### A Block as the Jaw and Cheek Bones

This is a 3-D volume with a front plane, side planes, and bottom plane (bottom plane is visible from some angles). The top will start at the brow line and the back will start at the center of the oval.

### Step 1 – Determine the angle of the ball

The angle of the head is established with the ball at the start of the drawing, and all three axes must be addressed: X Axis – The up and down tilt is determined by the angles of the horizontal and vertical lines in the oval; however, on extreme up and down tilts, the thirds will be foreshortened due to perspective. Y Axis – The direction the head is turning (left or right) is determined by the angles of the horizontal and vertical lines in the oval.

### Step 2 – Find the thirds

After determining the angle of the ball, divide the face into thirds. The distance between the hairline and the brow-line should be the same as the distance between the brow-line and the bottom of the nose. Add that same distance to find the chin. Notice how the hairline and nose-line align with the top and bottom of the oval when wrapped around the face.

### Step 3 – Add the jaw

Make sure to measure your thirds correctly and that they relate to the ball. Notice how the shape of the jaw changes from different angles.

### Step 4 – Add the features

– How to Draw Eyes – How to Draw the Nose – How to Draw Lips – How to Draw Ears * * * Practice inventing the head from all angles. Get a sketchbook and fill an entire page with little heads.

## Why is my head tilted to one side?

Wryneck is a condition that occurs when the neck muscles twist beyond their normal capacity, causing the head to tilt; it is also known as torticollis or loxia. Wryneck can develop over time, or it can occur as a result of an injury or a medication reaction.

## How do you draw anime 3/4 heads?

How to Draw a 3/4 View of an Anime Female Face

1. Step 1 u2013 Draw the Top of the Head.
2. Step 2 u2013 Draw the Face’s Center Line.
3. Step 3 u2013 Draw the Bottom of the Face.
4. Step 4 u2013 Draw the Facial Features.
5. Step 5 u2013 Draw the Hair.
6. Step 6 u2013 Cleaned Up Line Drawing.
7. Step 7 u2013 Apply Color.
8. Step 8 u2013 Apply Shading.

## Is it normal to tilt head?

Even if you don’t have any other symptoms, a persistent head tilt can be a sign of a brain imbalance that needs to be addressed, as these brain imbalances can lead to more serious problems down the road. By addressing what’s causing your head tilt early on, you can improve brain performance and avoid future problems.

## What does torticollis look like?

A constant head tilt to one side, with the chin pointing to the opposite shoulder u2014 and a reluctance to turn the other way u2014 is the most common sign, but a flat or misshapen head, known as plagiocephaly, can also accompany torticollis because the baby’s skull bones have not yet fused, is another sign.

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## How do you fix a tilted head?

Tilt your head forward gently, press your chin against your chest, hold for five seconds, then release. Rotate your head to the left until you feel a mild stretch, hold for five seconds, then repeat to the right.