How to Draw Couples

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STEP 1. Ok, this is something very important I'd like to introduce you folks to. 1) The lovely romantic couple. Drawing this type of couples includes having faint facial expressions and graceful poses, such as the one in the example. 2) The playful yet charming couple that is most commonly seen everywhere. Drawing this type of couple requires happy expressions with lots of hugs and laughs. 3) The famous 'rough' couple is seen in countless films/animes. To draw a couple type such as this, have sly and sinister expressions in the faces. It's good to have either a female dominating over the male, or a male dominating over the female. All in all, they both enjoy the relationship.   STEP 2. Ok, there are two types of people in a relationship. There is a person who serves as the 'passive' side of the relationship, which basically means, they're the 'shy' or 'weak weight' in the relationship. Drawing a passive person requires a few traits. 1) the eyebrows are always shifting in an upward position to show worry or epic shyness. 2) There are constant blush marks on a passive person's face. 3) The eyes are wide and awake to show too much friendliness in the person.   STEP 3. This is a sketch of a dominant face. A dominant person usually controls the relationship and takes way. There are countless ways to draw these type of people. To be simplistic, I label just a very common one. 1) The brows are slanted, with a slight curve to show mischief. 2) The eyes are narrow, showing a bit of a 'sinister' appeal. 3) The mouth is always open as if the person is about to make a move. Not all relationships have a 'Dom/Pas' side. Just mix and match.   STEP 4. Ok, like I briefly stated in the tip above, not all relationships have a Dominant and Passive side. There are relationships that are completely equal each person. Here I give an example of what I mean more clearly. As you can see, the 'Mixed' couple side is a bit of a mix. The female is obviously the 'dominant' person of the relationship, while the male is a mix of 'dominant' and 'passive'.   STEP 5. Draw two circles for the heads, and then add the guidelines for the faces and bodies like so.   STEP 6. You will now start sketching out the side profiles of their faces like you see here. Start with the foreheads, and then move to sketching out the noses, mouths, chins, and jaw-lines.   STEP 7. Here you will draw in their eyes, and eyebrows. Make sure to sketch them out in a very loving, and romantic expression. Once the eyes are all done, draw in the mouths or lips, and then sketch in his ear.   STEP 8. All you have to do here is start sketching or drawing out their hairstyles. This can be drawn in this style of hair, or you can sketch out the hairstyle of your choice. I drew long hair on the female, and a semi-short style on the male.   STEP 9. Draw in her shoulder, and then sketch out her arm and hand like so. That's pretty much it just move to step ten.   STEP 10. Now you will sketch out the mans shoulder, back shoulder line, and then draw in his and her chest, as well as his arm and hand which is placed on the side of her head. This couple is about to kiss.   STEP 11. Now its time to basically finish sketching out the female and the drawing. Draw in her arched back, as well as her thighs, and stomach. Once that is done you can move down to the last step and finish her off.   STEP 12. Now all you need to do is draw in her top, and then draw in her bottom. You can choose to have her in a bathing suit like you see here, or dress her up in a dress. Once that is done draw out his torso, and then draw in his muscle shirt. Erase the lines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean this couple up.   STEP 13. Here is what your characters look like when you are all done. It's now time to color them in, and use what you learned in this tutorial on how to draw couples.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9. Step 10. Step 11. Step 12. Step 13.