Drawing Cartoon Faces: 55+ Projects for Cartoons, by Harry Hamernik

By Harry Hamernik

Discover the quick and enjoyable artwork of drawing comedian faces!

Chances are you realize how you can draw a few expressions. yet you could purely cross to this point with "happy," "sad" and "angry." to be able to provide your comedian pictures some...character...you want to know what they seem like once they are approximately to sneeze, once they odor whatever pungent or while they are flirting, terrified or thoroughly dumbfounded! great point Drawing comic strip Faces comprises greater than 70 step by step demonstrations to coach you the way to trap the foolish, whimsical and expressive faces you notice on your mind's eye and of acquaintances, family members and strangers!

With Drawing sketch Faces, you will get professional guideline on:

  • The basics: Drawing heads, eyes, noses, mouths, hair and different features.
  • The expressions: greater than 70 step by step demonstrations for a number of expressions and moods, from uncomplicated to refined and complex.
  • Storytelling: circulate your tale alongside utilizing expression, standpoint and composition. positioned all of it jointly to create multi personality and multi panel art.
With Drawing caricature Faces, you are going to discover ways to draw such as you by no means inspiration you could--and you should have extra enjoyable than you ever proposal possible!

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Drawing Noses Locate Your Anchor and Pivot Points The anchor point is the center of the base of the nose at the philtrum. The philtrum is the indentation of the skin directly under the nose and just above the upper lip. The pivot points are the bottoms of the nostrils. Anchors will always be at the center of the feature. Different Pivot Point Placement Here are examples of different pivot points. These examples show some of the exaggeration you can do to create different looks for your cartoons.

Place the eyes about one eye-width apart. Place the ears underneath the eye line. Different Views of the Head Let’s practice some simple head shapes from different points of view. Don’t worry about the features for now; just focus on the cranium, face and construction lines. Profile View The profile view has an eye line, but no centerline. That’s because the centerline here represents the edge of the face. The back of the jaw sits about halfway between the front and back of the head, and the ear sits right behind the jaw.

Strokes can change in thickness to emphasize the fullness of an object. For example, a stroke should be wider at the fullness of the curve of a cheek. Once you’ve finished the inking, let it dry completely. Then you can come back with an eraser to remove your pencil lines. Marker Techniques The best way to practice with a marker is to use the same one all the time. Get a marker and do all your writing with it. To practice using a marker for drawing cartoons, memorize the basic line patterns used for each feature.

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