It is possible to refer to the easy step-by-step drawing instructions below.
In this stage we will sketch a basic outline of the lips to are aware of where we should place the highlights and shadows. All you need is an outline to sketch out the shading details. I suggest using a standard 2H pencil for your tutorials. Remember not to draw very hard using this pencil since it will leave marks that are not visible as you paint over it using darker shadows.
Then, we’ll begin adding more details prior to starting the initial shaders. The big whites you see are the highlights must be avoided shading.
The next step is to begin coloring! This is a long process as shading requires an enormous amount of patience and time. Make sure to add only the initial layer of shades.
Then, we’ll shade the shadows as observed in my reference photo. Create more shadow layers while working, slowly creating subtle lines on the lips. By adding large lines on your lips will result in an appearance of aging and dry and dry, which is a huge no.
Then use a tissue to keep adding mattes and shades to create a deeper and more luxurious texture for your lips. It may take some time to get realistic-looking textures, because the graphite you use will depend on the way you apply them. I hope that you enjoy this tutorial as much I did. Thank you so much for joining me, and don’t forget to share feedback about your improvement!