Poor Bill, Bless His Heart

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By Cathy Ledbetter

 

A few days ago I was reading through some tips on drawing the human face. I read that the width of the eye is usually the same as the space between the eyes and the length of the nose from bridge to tip. Also, the forehead is generally two nose lengths high. Of course I measured the width of my eye and the length of my nose so I could try all of this out—and it works on my face. There are many other similar proportions a person can use to draw the human body. It is almost magical.

 

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