Head from above

Capture stunning and unique perspectives with head from above photography. Explore top ideas to take your photography skills to new heights and create captivating images from a different angle.
Every object draw must have a horizon line and an eye level. On the left, above, we see the planes of the face and head as seen from above or below the eye level. Drawing Techniques, Painting & Drawing, Drawing People, Figure Drawing, Anatomy Sketches, Anatomy Drawing, To Draw, Drawing Heads, Drawing Reference

Drawing the face and head can be done without perspective techniques, however, it comes in handy when drawing it in relation to other objects or people. It also is very effective in helping the artist draw the human face and head when it is on a slant or tilt. This is when drawing faces becomes difficult.

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Sketching the head of a character or subject at an angle. The top down view is not that common but may be useful when drawing a character at a table in a restaurant for example. The key thing here is understanding the shape of the skull as a whole and foreshortening of the facial features.

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