Above: A step by step drawing tutorial on how to draw Megan Fox
Below: The Materials that I used to draw her.
FAR BELOW: The extended shading tutorial for this video.
This video is going to show you how to draw Megan Fox. It doesn't matter what your experience level is at drawing. All you have to do is follow the step by step instructions in this video. If you give it a try, you might transform your artistic skills.
Step 1.) Draw the rainbow shape and the wavy line below it.
Step 2.) Turn the rainbow shape in to an egg shape. Notice that the bottom part of the egg shape is bigger than the top. Add the two ellipses below the wavy line. Notice that the two elipses are slightly different from each other. The one on your right is more circular and the one on the left is more oval like.
Step 3.) Step 3 is the tricky step. Take some extra time to observe before you draw. Notice the placement and shape of the squiggly line for the nose. It is slightly lower than the half way point of the egg shape for the head. It is not as wide as the flattened M shape for the top lip. When you draw the top lip, be sure to observe that it is closer to the nose, than the chin.
Step 4.) Add the bottom lip and the space between the lips. Notice that I put a darker line below where the teeth will go. The bottom lip is similar to the width of the two shapes above it.
Step 5.) Just breathe! While this step looks difficult it is not urgent to perfectly get the shape of the hair. Remember,,,,,With the exception of the MTV show, Jersey Shore, hair is moving and never in a constant shape. Observe the hair in this image and draw it on your paper.
Step 6.) Add the eyes and eye brows. Notice that the eyebrows are at the top of the ellipses and the eyes fall in the center of the shapes. Notice that there is a double line over each eye. Also notice where the pupil and iris fall within the eye shape. Dont go too dark (yet) on the pupil and iris. She has green eyes.
Extended shading tutorial of my drawing of Megan Fox Tips: Dont go too dark (yet) on the pupil and iris. She has green eyes. Dont go too dark (yet) on the pupil and iris. She has green eyes. is applied, the lashes stick together in a triangular shape. Her lashes are SUPER long. You can add that as a dark value right away. Dont go too dark (yet) on the pupil and iris. She has green eyes. When make up is applied, the lashes stick together in a triangular shape. The eyebrows can be shaded in as one tone (usually there is variation). The tone should be dark. Make sure that the bottom lashes are NOT as long as the top. With the mascara, her bottom lashes seem to be half the length of the top ones. This will seem wierd!.....But, the way that her head was turned, I only put in one nostril (with a hint of the second one......SOMEONE CALL STAR MAGAZINE! Megan Fox only has one nostril! Just kidding! :) Looks kind of scary now!....All drawings go through their arkward stages....at least mine do! Try to develop all parts of your drawing at the same pace The nose is tricky in this picture. There is a strong shadow on the right side of her face, but it is very complex. It is darkest 1.) in the nostril, 2.) followed by the bottom of the nose. 3.) The top of the nose by the right eye......It will take time to develop these tones. Notice how far back I hold my pencil.....I recommend that you try it! It works well for drawing and shading. When I need more control, I hold it closer to the tip. That brush is VERY soft tipped! I will use a bristle brush later.....and a blending stump. The bristle brush and the blending stump move the graphite more effectively, the soft tip brush gives a smoother blend. I use a HB pencil for most of the skin shading. I used a 4B for the lashes, eyes, nose, brows and the corner of the mouth. That is the 4B drawing pencil. That is the shadow created by her hair (overlapping her face), It is a very important shadow for this drawing to be believable. Corners of the mouth 4B..... lips HB. Shadow at the bottom of the bottom lip.....dont go too dark! Go light on the lines between the teeth. Hint at their existence....especially at the gum line. That is a 9B Graphite stick. It is extra wide to cover large areas. A graphite stick is the SAME THING as a pencil. The hair is very variable. I just recommend that you take the shape from this picture...but dont feel pressure to get it perfectly. Notice what I did on (her) right side....I drew in strong lines with the 9B graphite stick and then hatched (cross hatching) over it with a few lighter pencils (lighter as in 7B, 4B, HB). After I finish the hair, notice how much I use the HB pencil for the skin tones- (the yellow and the blue pencils are the HB's)