DF101 Drawing Portraits of Children
(For artists with little/no experience or who wish to expand their skills)
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The facial proportions of children follow different guidelines than adults. The most common mistake of beginners when drawing a child’s portrait is to make the face too big in proportion to the size of the skull.
For example, a baby’s cranial mass is more than three times larger than the facial mass, whereas an adult's cranial mass is only twice the size of the facial mass.
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