Drawing Faces - Structures, Features, and Comic book Styles.
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Drawing Faces - Structures, Features, and Comic book Styles.

A Streamlined Approach To Drawing Faces
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Created by Ed Foychuk
Last updated 4/2020
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This course includes
  • 4 hours on-demand video
  • 28 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • The face structure
  • Important features of the face
  • What to emphasize, and what not to
  • The face at different angles
  • Different types of faces
Requirements
  • A pen, pencil, or tablet
  • Ability to print/use a PDF
  • A way to view the videos
Description

Welcome to How To Draw Faces


Do you ever wonder why drawing faces is so hard? Seriously. We look at them every day. We look at our own, and others. So why is it so hard to draw them? Well, it’s precisely that reason! We see so many faces every day, and as a species, we’ve developed uncanny skills in differentiating the minute differences in people’s appearances. So don’t feel bad, just realize it’ll take a bit of extra effort on your part as an artist to really master this topic.


This course is designed to guide you through every step in constructing a face. From the structure, to the details, we’ll go over every step together. I’ll even show you some tips on how to simplify the process. 


The attached PDF is designed to be used in conjunction with the video series in this course. Print it out, or draw on it digitally, while listening to the videos. I’ve plotted out the units in the following order, but you’re welcome to go back and revisit them as often as you like. 


  • Warm Up

  • Structure

  • Eyes

  • Eye Brows

  • Nose

  • Mouth

  • Lips

  • Ears

  • Variations

  • Hair

  • Emotions

  • Wrap Up


Best of luck, and I hope you enjoy this journey with me. 


- Ed Foychuk

Who this course is for:
  • Beginner to intermediate illustrators
Course content
Expand 15 lectures 04:10:14
+ Introduction
15 lectures 04:10:14
Eyes
30:08
Eye Brows
21:18
Noses
19:37
Mouth
21:28
Lips
21:39
Ears
13:57
Head Variations
21:31
Hair
17:24
Emotions
16:03
Wrap Up
31:21
Bonus -Warm Up - Dots n Lines
04:44
Bonus - Warm Up Circles
04:55

Thanks, and an extra practice sheet!

Thank you
01:08