From a front angle reference, how can you draw a person's eyes, nose and mouth from a side angle and other angles (perspectives)?
If you only have a front angle shot of a person's face, how can you draw their face (or just their facial features) from different angles? What can you use to help you?
- Tim DLv 71 month agoFavorite Answer
By measuring the darkness of the shadows (which gives you a depth) and applying that to what you already know about the view from another angle for a different face.
Drawing a skull anatomically accurate from that angle can help.
But you are only able to make informed guesses.
- Anonymous1 month ago
You can use a front on and side angle photo of a similar face.
You can even get software for this. You put in a photo and it maps it onto a 3D face that you can rotate to any angle. You can add more photos and it modifies the 3D for the best fit.