40 Handy Facial expression drawing Charts For practice

What does a facial expression consist of? Some may insist that it is the eyes and they are not completely wrong because eyes do play a big part in the way expressions play on your face but that is not all. We say this because when you start thinking about it, you will realize that the eyebrows too do have a lot to do with the expressions, one cannot ignore the mouth or nose for that matter. What we are trying to say here is that each facial feature not to mention body language helps you express what you feel. That is why when it comes to handy facial expression drawing charts, then one cannot afford to ignore any of the features. It would not go amiss to learn how to draw eyebrows that look real and really good. It is not like learning how to draw doodles with step by step charts.

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The thing is that learning to draw faces along with different expressions is concerned it starts with a lot of observation rather than just creative skills though skills do play a big part after observing closely. Once you are done observing, then you can move on to compelling and creative charcoal drawings to capture your eye. Each of the drawings you make, can depict a different expression.

Happy is an expression that you can get by opening the eyes wide and the mouth moving upwards with the eyebrows relaxed.

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Sad: This expression seems to have everything drooping down including the mouth and the eyes.

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Angry: Again, eyebrows and eyes narrowed along with a tightening of the lips area with nostrils flared is the way to go.

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Pleased: This is an expression that is subtler than happy but still has to do a lot with an upbeat expression that involves the eyes and the eyebrows.

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Confused: The mouth becomes straight and the eyes restless with this one accompanied by a frown that involves the eyebrows and the forehead.

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Tired: The eyes, the head and the mouth all have a downturn that tends to show that you are fatigued.

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Shocked: Eyes wide and the brows raised along with a downturn of the mouth.

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Irritated: The mouth is downturned at the corners, the eyes narrowed and a sneer on your nose.

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Triumph: The eyes narrowed, the mouth uplifted and more often than not the head tilted slightly backward.

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Fear: Eyes wide and big with the mouth turned downwards and the nose twitchy as if to smell the fear.

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Bereft: Eyes slightly curved and damp with a downward and sideways tilt of the chin and head.

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Flirty: Nostrils flared, eyes not open but not too wide and a definitely hidden tilt to the lips is a great way to portray this.

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Serious: Head tucked in slightly to the neck, eyes open and the mouth in a slightly straight line is the way to go.

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Silly: This would involve crossing the eyes and making the mouth seem wonky while the nose twitches a bit.

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Hollow: A blank expression would mean eyes that are open but not focused and the head slightly forward and down.

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Incredulous: No smile but eyes open, brows raised and the head inclined slightly forward.

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Fierce: The eyes narrowed, brows raised, nostrils flared with a determined expression on the face.

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Nasty: The nose upturned and mouth sneery with a narrowing of one eye when compared to the other.

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Nauseated: Eyes wonky and nose scrunched up with the mouth twisted is a good way to go.

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You have to know that the expressions may vary a bit from person to person but you can use this as a general guide.

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