How to Draw Lovers, Lovers

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STEP 1. First, let's begin with the guidelines for our ever so sweet couple, which are side by side forming a heart, the perfect love! You'll want to draw circles very similar in size so you'll draw heads that are proportionate for both female and male character. Draw these guides down very LIGHTLY!   STEP 2. We'll begin with the female face first, which is pointed upwards towards the male face; this emphasizes the height of the male more accurately and romantically (like in the movies). Anyways, you'll want to keep the form of the girls face as soft as possible, using soft curves.   STEP 3. Then, to complete the face, add the lashes and the mouth as well as brow.   STEP 4. Well start sketching the outsides of her hair then move onwards to the individual details that detail the inside. Take your time and make sure to use varied line weights.   STEP 5. Now, we'll finish the woman off by drawing the shoulders and arm. Don't forget, her features are softer than the male's features, which are angular and bold.   STEP 6. Ok, let's begin the facial structure for the male leaning in on the female character. In this style. male characters have very sharp and angular features. Notice how the shapes of the face are very different than the female's?   STEP 7. Let's sketch the facials for this character! Notice how they are thinner and less bold as the woman's?   STEP 8. Because I made this character look similar to Edward from Twilight, you'll want to sketch the hair nice and fluffed outwards. This will ad a dynamic and interesting look for the couple. Again, use the same technique to detail inside of his hair.   STEP 9. Let's move our attention to sketching the shoulders and back for this character. He will be enclosing on the woman, making this seem to form a heart more.   STEP 10. Lastly, sketch the finishing details you may have left over in the tut. Pay close attention to how the details make something look more interesting.   STEP 11. With further work into the drawing like line cleanup, inking, erasing, you should have something similar to this. Go ahead and challenge yourself to color out your drawing with a completed background. I hope you've enjoyed this lesson, peace out!   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9. Step 10. Step 11.