How to Draw George Washington

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STEP 1. Start by drawing a circle for his head, and then add the facial guidelines. You will then draw out the shape of his jaw, and then draw the neck and broad shoulders.   STEP 2. Once the beginning shapes and lines are drawn out, you can tackle this step easily. All you need to do is draw the beginning arched lines for his eyes, and then sketch out the shape of his nose.   STEP 3. You will continue to sketch out his eyes, and then start the shading process like you see here around the eyes. This will give his face depth, and texture. Of course as you can see from the finished drawing, I am using his picture from the dollar bill. You will then draw out his thin looking lips, and then sketch out the right side of his face. Be sure to add the lining for his chin.   STEP 4. Now that some of George's face is sketched out, you can start sketching out the shape of his neck, shirt collar, shoulders, and his jacket folds. Once this is done, start sketching out the back of his hair.   STEP 5. You will continue to sketch out his entire hair style, which is pretty full in the back, and sides, but thins out a bit on the top of head. As you can see he has a receding hair line. Next add some shading on and around the nose, and then shade in the on his lips, under the neck and chin, and then around his mouth. Lastly, shade some portions of his jacket collar and the ponytail in the back.   STEP 6. For your last drawing step to finish off George Washington, all you have to do is sketch in more shading on the side of his neck, shoulder, and tie. Erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.   STEP 7. Here is how your first president should look when you are done. If you want to color him in you can, but if you want to leave him as a sketch, that's great too. Hope you had fun, and I also hope you learned something new.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7.