How to Draw Comic Style Faces in Sketchbook Pro
What you'll learn
- Draw their comic book style faces.
- Draw facial features properly.
- Use Sketchbook Pro more effectively.
- You can use a copy of Sketchbook Pro 8 to draw with but most of these techniques will apply to other programs and traditional methods.
- An open mind and eagerness to learn!
This course will cover how to draw comic book style faces step by step. You will learn how to draw a comic style male and female face from start to finish in a full frontal view. You will learn simple measurements to map out the face and make the drawing process much easier to accomplish.
This course will show you how to create your line art and refine the rough sketch to get it ready for the coloring process. We will then finish the faces by adding color and effects to our artwork. By the end of this course you will have a strong fundamental knowledge of how to construct facial drawings and a better understanding of the tools within Sketchbook Pro 8 that help with this process.
( This course is still good for beginners that want to follow along using traditional art tools and/or another digital art program to draw with. The techniques are transferable to all methods of drawing. )
We will go over the use of layers, brushes, selection tools and many other great features in this powerful program. If you are looking to improve your ability to draw interesting characters while gaining a stronger knowledge of this amazing drawing program, then this course is for you!
And remember you have a 30 Day Money Back Guarantee if you are not totally satisfied with this course!
Who this course is for:
- This course is best suited for artist new to drawing comic book characters.
- Students that want to improve their knowledge about Sketchbook Pro.
I currently teach Figure Drawing, Anatomy, How to Draw Comics, and Digital Painting. My primary art programs are Clip Studio Paint, Procreate, Sketchbook Pro, and Photoshop. I also teach traditional art methods as well.
I have been a working professional artist for most of my life. I have been published in comics, created 3D animation and characters for television, illustrated storyboards for commercials, and owned and operated my own sign and design firm successfully for over 15 years.
I am also the author of the book "Learn to Draw Action Heroes" by Impact Publishing.
I am currently a professional freelance illustrator and comic artist where I create digital art for my clients. I create sequential art and character concepts.
I now share my knowledge in digital art and computer software through online platforms such as Udemy and have a growing Youtube channel as well. With over 190,000 Youtube subscribers and quickly growing I felt I should create some more in depth content for students wanting to take their skills to the next level.
My goal is to help aspiring artists realize their potential and break their mental barriers that hold them back from creating the artwork of their dreams. We can all do it with the right instruction and work ethic. That is what I am here to teach my students.
I am very dedicated to my students and responsive to any of your questions so please don't hesitate to ask. I am here to help!