How to draw a mouth with teeth by pencil with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Pencil drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: RapidFireArt
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start constructing the mouth with a slight curve.
Draw a m m part of the mouth.
Draw lines down the corners of the mouth. Draw a curve at the bottom of the mouth.
Draw curves up to the sides of the mouth. Draw a line for the top of the lower lip.
Draw a line on the corner of the mouth.
Draw lines to connect everything.
Gently guide the teeth.
Gently draw the lines for the teeth Teeth appear smaller than when you back into the mouth. This is a visionary problem when things look smaller when they are farther away.
Use the guides to help you start drawing teeth. The top of the tooth is shaped like the letter ‘u.
Draw lines for the edges of teeth.
Draw the bottom of the teeth, they are not rectangles at the bottom of the rectangle. Type of curve at the edges. Look closely at my picture so you can see what I want to say. Or even look in the mirror if it helps you.
Now draw lines for the lower teeth. The middle line is like the top teeth, the middle line, but most other lines correspond to the upper teeth. Look closely at my picture.
Start to shade the upper lip. I’m using hatch and diagonal meanings instead of just putting colors down, instead I’m using lines with different spacing to show the shade. The lips are cylindrical, so my silhouettes are curved lines looking at my picture to see what I’m talking about.
The upper and lower lips are more glossy, so I added lines that are closer to each other on the upper and lower lips, so that they appear darker.
I used some white to add highlights.
I added some blooms to the lower lip, just like I did with the upper lip. I also added some shadows to the top of the teeth and behind the mouth where it was very dark.
The upper and lower lips are darker, so like I did in the upper lip, I’ve added more lines to these parts to make them appear darker.
I added a soft shadow to the lower teeth because the upper teeth are casting shadows on them. They should not be as dark as lips, they can still be brighter than lips because they are white and red lips.
Adding some shadows to the upper gum line can also add some white to the lower teeth.
Start adding white to the upper teeth. I used down (vertical) white lines. Also, add white highlights to the lower and lower lip as well.
I have added more white to the teeth, this time diagonally by adding white horizontally. I also added shadows to the bottom of the lips and below the lips.
I added a bit of shading to the parts above the teeth, on the gums and on the back of the mouth.