The basic step-by-step drawing instructions that follow below.
This is the step in the frame for Jefferson’s face. Begin by drawing a big circle to frame the central part of the face, and then draw a smaller circle that overlaps the larger circle to frame the lower area of the head. Then, lightly outline the lines of the face and to the side. After that, draw in a portion of the neck and jaw.
Step 2 will instruct you how to draw the facial features of his face. First, draw the hair on his head It’s easy to check out the drawing above to guide you through the liner. You can now go on and outline your short and thin eyebrows. broad eyes, an almond-shaped nose, and a mouth that has a smile. Draw a line around your jawline and chin, then you are free to continue.
This is where you’ll complete drawing his face, shirt and hair. With your pencil, outline lightly the hair’s wavy and eyebrows with bushy hair. Make sure you add the definition and details to his face and hair. The hue of his eyes and the detail of his nose is so much more attractive. Click down for drawing a small neck and shoulder. After you’ve done all this, you can move to the next step.
This is a quick step. All you’re doing is drawing his collar and shirt. When you are satisfied with your drawing you are able to erase all the circles and guides that you sketched in step 1.
Here’s what the old Tommy could look like after you’ve finished drawing your sketch. This concludes the lesson of drawing Thomas Jefferson.