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P13 Mouth of a Baby

In this project, you draw the slightly open mouth of a baby, by first sketching five circular shapes to represent its five basic forms. When compared to the mouth of an older child or an adult, a baby's mouth is proportionately smaller and has fuller lips; in addition, the five basic forms are more pronounced.

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