A mini-course designed for those who want to create realistic mouths (and teeth) in a fabric portrait.
Have you have been wanting to improve the look of the mouths and teeth in your portraits?
People often comment that the mouths in their portraits look distorted.
Or that they won't choose a photo where the person has their mouth open as they are too afraid to do teeth.
The shape of the mouth shows the mood of the person and tells a lot about their character.
So whether the person is smiling, sad, or pouting as this little girl, the mouth (and sometimes the teeth) tell a lot about the story you want to tell.
so that they look like the person in your photograph.
Get the secrets to avoiding a distorted mouth in your portrait.
Learn how to carefully look at mouths and teeth - their shape and alignment, a critical skill needed for a realistic portrait.
Discover how the mouth shape changes as a person's head position changes and whether the person is smiling or has their mouth closed.
See how the careful placement of the different values of fabric creates the shape of the mouth and teeth.
See how detail is added with thread and coloured pencil.
This course is DIY and available right now.
Learn to observe mouths and teeth like an artist. You will be looking at everyone differently!
Tips and tricks to be sure that you have the mouth (and teeth) right.
Learn how to place the fabrics for maximum effect and a simple method for stitching the teeth so that they look realistic.
Get a look at how to add more detail to the mouth and teeth with stitching that brings them to life.
Lifetime access to the materials.
Downloadable notes that you can print and have beside your sewing machine.
PDF - Choosing a Good Photograph for your Fabric Portrait