Cartoon person

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  • It's a good idea to create your cartoon person with a skeleton underlying his or her skin. There are a couple of reasons why you may want to do this. A skeleton gives you a great starting point that you can use to pose your character in many different positions, and it also gives you a familiar framework that you can always go back to, no matter what kind of character you are drawing. Without wasting any more time, let's get right into creating a skeleton that you can begin using to create and pose a cartoon person of...

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  • This sweet cartoon manatee is quite easy to make and you can make it with very few lines and some basic shapes. Step 1 - Start with a Circle Start off your drawing with a circle. Seems very basic, but don't underestimate how useful a circle can be to create the basic underlying shapes for almost any kind of cartoon character, be it an cartoon animal or a cartoon person.

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  • Unless you are a cartoon artist, drawing realistic ears is one of the the hardest parts of the human body you will ever learn to draw. Not because it is hard to draw - but because very few artists think it is important. I mean, after all "it is nothing but an ear!" Ok, I know I just said it was hard, but let me show you how to approach drawing realistic ears in a way that will make drawing them seem like a piece of cake. Observing a human subject and their body parts is a challenge, especially attempting...

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  • Drawing a cartoon bee with personality is what you'll learn in this lesson. If you've never understood how to take basic shapes and turn them into a unique drawing, this lesson can help you learn the concept quickly. Let's take a look at four easy steps to building one of my personal favorites - Lazy-Eye Larry. Step 1 - The Base All cartoon drawings can start with a couple of basic shapes, and these are usually used to start the head and body. Larry, our cartoon bee, begins with one small circle inside a larger circle or oval (it's...

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  • Cartoon monsters can be scary or funny, and many will take on a personality you never expected as you draw them. Perhaps you want to draw some that are not exactly the smartest cookies in the box. Let's take a look at drawing one of these with a few basic shapes in four short steps. Step One: The Basics As always, our cartoon monsters are going to start with a few basic lines and shapes that will act as a head and body. Start with a nice round circle for a head. At the top left side of the circle,...

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  • Christmas tree drawing is a snap when we break it down into simple and easy steps. Follow through the next 5 steps to drawing these trees like a pro. Pictures like these would make great Christmas cards or even gifts. I've often given drawings as presents - they're a one of a kind gift that came directly from you. It's hard to find a more personal gift than something you create with your own hands. Enough about presents! Let's get to the drawing. Step 1: Create the shape of the tree. This is made by putting a bunch of...

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  • Nearly one million weekly listeners trust NPR's Brooke Gladstone to guide them through the distortions and complexities of the modern media. This brilliant radio personality now bursts onto the page as an illustrated character in vivid comics drawn by acclaimed artist Josh Neufeld. The cartoon of Brooke conducts the reader through two millennia of history-from the newspapers in Caesar's Rome to the penny press of the American Revolution and the manipulations of contemporary journalism.

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  • With a simple gland through the United States history, it is easily seen that propaganda is no new strategy to persuade the common man or woman’s thoughts. During elections, during war or peace, propaganda has been used by businesses and our government. Politicians like Ike Eisenhower used cartoons to try and get him elected. The cartoon diverted people’s attention away from whether he was a good president or not. This nearly the same idea as having a popular person tell people that the product shown is great. They want people to think “Of if so and so uses that, it...

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