Practicing Portraits

  • 13 May 1999 05:21
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Try creating a portrait on this page. Wait until all the pictures appear below, then drag them onto the face to make a funny face or a realistic portrait. (Your Web browser must support Java.) When you're done, go learn more about portraits or how to draw your own!
 
Drag the parts of the face wherever you like. Add the hair last. You can make each part larger or smaller by pressing the "+" or "-" key while dragging it. You can move it behind the face by pressing "B" while dragging it. Press "F" to move it in front of the face. And you can always drag the parts into the Trash Can and start over!

 

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