I know when I learn to do something for the first time that it helps if I can actually interact and "do" the activity at hand. Nothing could be truer then when learning to draw, especially when learning how to draw a face. If you just start drawing the eyes, a mouth, and a nose, you may come up with a pretty decent portrait; then again you may come out with something that looks like an abstract drawing. You might even come up with something that will change the shape of the modern art world. Even if that does...
The book "Fashion drawing the easy way" presents the following contents: Getting started, extending your skills, dressing the fashion figure, dressing the fashion figure, drawing a face, library. Invite you to consult.
Penguins are everywhere! Wouldn't you want to learn how to draw a cartoon penguin? If there’s one movie guaranteed to be a box office smash, it’s a film featuring penguins. Whether starring in Happy Feet, March of the Penguins or Surf’s Up, these unique birds always manage to break the ice with audiences across the globe. Our little buddy here looks a little sad (maybe he really wants to fly?), but learning how to draw a penguin by following our four easy steps will soon put a smile upon your face!
STEP-1: Sketching the Body For our first step in...
Ever wondered how to draw a koala bear? Well, that's just what you are about to find! This cute little koala bear is extremely easy to make and you can get started with just a few simple lines and some basic shapes.
Step 1 - Starting Simple
Make a big oval. When you are making this, consider that it should be big enough for you to visualize the koala bear's face. If you need some help you can look at the finished Koala Bear's face and judge the size and shape based upon that.
Learning how to draw a nose can seem a little daunting at first. The key tip when drawing ANY of the features of the face is Keep it Simple! Less is always more when drawing the nose as well as when drawing mouths, but that's another lesson. What you want to do is draw the nose with lines that suggest the shape but don't create hard outlines.
Skull drawings are a part of classic tattoo designs. They appear in almost all tattoo art and styles, including Hindu and Buddhist. Skulls are also a pretty significant part of religious art as well. There are many ways to interpret the skull. Shape The same tips for how to draw a face can be applied to creating skull drawings. The proportions are obviously the same, as the skull is what gives the face its underlying shape. The only difference is that there is no cartilage to be drawn on the skull. ...
In this chapter I will cover how to construct the figure using some simplified methods to make the process of drawing a little easier. I will start by showing you how to build a simple structure as the basis for defining dimension and proportion. This structure will become the foundation of your figure drawings. You will then be able to use it to develop a finished figure drawing.
Drawing from the Inside Out
At the beginning of every figure drawing, the artist is faced with a daunting task in defining a subject that is painfully complex yet supremely organized. Without initially...
In this lesson you draw a frontal view of a small
child, with emphasis on correct facial proportions.
You use both crosshatching and hatching to define
textures and forms, and utilize a challenging grid to
help you render the accurate proportions of the
various parts of her head and face.
How to Draw Eyes? That is the question.
Whether you just want to draw cartoon eyes or realistic eyes learning how to draw eyes will help you give your faces a lot more character. Drawing eyes is my favorite part about drawing the face. If you just sit down and study the eye for a minute you'll find that there is a lot more there than you probably realize.
.To capture this on paper it doesn't hurt to have some basic knowledge of how the eye works and what makes it up.
Now lets get to Drawing the Eye! When drawing...
Cartoon stars are easy to draw. It seems that everyone and their mother can draw a star, but this particular star is a bit different. He's got style, and he's got moxie. This pretty little star is extremely easy to make and you can learn how to draw it with just a few lines. Step 1
Make a C shape. It should be a slightly tilted C so that it seems as though it's lying down face up!!
Now make another C joining the earlier one. What you should have now should look like a slightly tilted crescent moon.
This cartoon bear is both fun and simple to draw. Just get your pencil, paper and an eraser and then follow along with the step by step lesson below. He has a very simple construction so you should have no problem bringing him to life on your own no matter what you think your drawing skill might be. Once you're done the lesson, feel free to try drawing him again and posing his simple hands in different positions and giving him a different expression on his face to create different drawings of this same bear. ...
(BQ) Learn to draw the fun way! Like almost everyone in the world, you are bursting with raw artistic talent just waiting to be released. In a few deft sweeps of your pencil, capture the character of your 'victim'. Use swift strokes to create a face that has instant appeal. Exaggerate the features to make a comical caricature. Brighten up someone's day with your own tiny bit of magic!"Yes, you can do it," says Mark Linley, "and I show you exactly how!"
Step 1 Firstly select an image you wish to draw from, either a different atmosphere it represents i.e happy, romantic, scary or sad and how you want to create the portrait: landscape or portrait.
I decided to draw an landscape piece and have a romantic setting, and an image reference from “North and South” and used pencil. Step 2 Then I draw the outline and composition of the two faces. I started to draw the hand and worked my way to the left side of the paper. Shown below.
This simple cartoon bat is very easy to make and you are going to love the end result! Get out your drawing tools and keep reading below.
STEP-1: Shape of the face Make a circle. Now add a half semi circle on the lower part of the circle to make an oval. Check the example so that the proportions are correct. The basic shape of the face of the bat is complete.
STEP-2: Making the ears of the bat Now you will make the ears of the bat. Make two rounded triangles on top of the head of the bat, like shown....
Cartoon faces have to be one of my favorite things to draw and I've filled sketchbook upon sketchbook with different kinds of faces. You should find the following information helpful for drawing your own faces, and I sincerely hope that you get as much enjoyment out of drawing them as I do. So What's in a Cartoon Face? Any face is made up of the following elements: the head, nose, eyes, mouth, ears, hair.
Drawing a cartoon princess will be a breeze if you've been through the other lessons. However, for those who struggle a bit with creativity and imagination, all you need to do is follow these five steps on your way to a royal success.
Step 1 - The Head and Body As usual, we are going to start our drawing with some basic shapes. Your head will be an oval, almost completely round but not quite. It's going to literally float above our body for now. To create the body, we're creative with our lines. curved arcs that face right, another...
A cartoon boy drawing doesn't have to be hard, even for people who are not extremely artistic. In a few simple steps, you can be on your way to illustrating your own comic book about this mischievous cartoon boy. Grab your pencil and eraser, and let's get to it!
Step 1 - The Base For the head, start with a curved line on the top. From the top left corner, curve a line down toward the center of the face area. Do the same thing on the right side. Make a tiny 'U' shaped bump between the two sides of...
This book is concerned with the computational processing of 3D faces, with applications in human computer interaction. It is a discriplinary research area overlapping with computer vision, computer graphics, machine learning and HCI. Within the last 10 years, fast increase in performance of memory, display and processor
speed has allowed the expansion of Computer Graphics. It has now overcome Image
Processing in its achievement. In the 3D face field, the CG-generated faces are almost
indiscernible from real faces. Still it requires manual drawing for each image and artistic
To draw the head from any angle you must first understand its basic structure. Look past all the distracting details and visualize the underlying forms. This ability to simplify can be applied to the features of the face, but when starting the drawing you could look even further. Ignore even the features and simplify to the most basic form of the head. I use a method taught by Andrew Loomis in his book, “Drawing the Head & Hands”. The head deconstructed into its basic forms, is a sphere as the cranium and a block as the jaw and cheek bones.