Learn how to draw Disney-like Female Faces
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Learn how to draw Disney-like Female Faces

Learn how to draw female Disney-like characters without any effort and boost your artistic career.
4.9 (12 ratings)
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59 students enrolled
Created by Maria Avramova
Last updated 3/2020
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This course includes
  • 3.5 hours on-demand video
  • 7 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • How to understand the main principle in what makes Disney-like female characters so appealing
  • Understand proportions of the stylized Disney-like face
  • How to find symetry
  • The Anatomy of the eyes
  • The Anatomy of the lips
  • The Anatomy of the nose
  • The Anatomy of a chunk of hair
  • How to shade the face
  • How to shade the hair so you get a nice volume
  • Draw emotions
  • An easy practise technique
Requirements
  • Blue pencil, black pencil and paper
Description

Growing up with animated Disney films, I´ve always been fascinated by their extraordinary drawing style. It was easy to fall inlove with those characters and inspired me to pursue a career in arts and animation later on.

May be you are just like me and you´d love some day to be able to do this for a living, or even just for fun or for your kids?

Now, that I have been working in the field of animation as a character designer amongst other things, I have discovered an easy and understandable way to approach drawing the faces of the characters I used to love as a kid. And in this course I´m going to share this method with you, so you can, already now, start practising and get ahead with your drawing skills right now.

I wish I had that knowledge when I started drawing myself. But now we are here, in the digital era, the time of endless possibilies and access to knowledge from the other side of the globe.

I´m thrilled to have this opportunity to help you discover your inner potential that you think you don´t have.

Talent is not required. In fact, talent is overrated. It´s technique and pracitse that is at the core of great drawing skills.


So what will you learn here:

- An easy technique on how to create a structure of the female Disney-like face

- How to see the anatomy even with untrained eye

- How to draw different shapes of mouths

- How to draw noses from the front and in profile

- How draw eyes from different sides

- Find the volume of a chunk of hair

- Give emotions to your characters

- How to practise without any effort so that you teach your subconscious mind to "see" the proportions


I´m going to give you insights from my professional life and incouragement that you can do it too, no matter what you believe today.

Who this course is for:
  • Beginners with passion for drawing, animation and iconic Disney characters
Course content
Expand all 17 lectures 03:35:52
+ Introduction
2 lectures 07:13

Welcome to the course and what to expect to learn.

Preview 01:19

In this lecture you will learn how to warm up to start drawing Disney-like characters, how to hold your pencil and why is that important.

Warm up
05:54
+ How to draw a Face from the front
3 lectures 36:38

Learn how to start finding the proportions of the face with this easy technique.

Sketch the Proportions of the face
06:40

How to find the facial features now that you have the structure. Learn how to keep the symetry between the two halfs of the face.

Draw the Features of the Face
19:03

Give the face more volume by lightely shading it. Learn how to do that to get the best effect for a character that is rather stylized.

Preview 10:55
+ Draw a Face in Profile
2 lectures 19:18

How can you draw a Disney-like face in profile and how do you structure the features then? Learn about it here.

The Proportions of a Face in Profile
09:39

How to Outline the face and refine the facial features.

Outline The Face in Profile
09:39
+ Draw a Face in 3/4
2 lectures 34:53

How to prepare the sketch for a 3/4 face. How to handle the perspective changes.

Sketch the Face in 3/4
13:21

Refine and polish the face.

Polish and Outline the Face in 3/4
21:32
+ Easy way to Draw Mouth, Nose, Eyes and Hair
4 lectures 49:04

This is an easy technique on how to practise to draw eyes.

How to draw Eyes
11:21

Learn how to practise to draw mouths in different positions and of different shapes.

Preview 13:19

There is an easy way to draw a symetrical nose. You will learn how to do that here.

How to draw a Nose
11:37

There is a volume to the hair Disney-like characters, which is usually being drawn in  chunks. Learn how to draw that here.

Draw a Chunk of Hair
12:47
+ Emotions
3 lectures 50:06

How to apply the knowledge that you´ve got so far and add an emotion to the face. You will learn all about it here.

How to Draw a Happy Face
15:06

Learn how to draw an agry face and how the perspective changes of a tilted head apply to the proportions of the head.

How to Draw an Angry Face
16:38

How to draw a Sad face and how the features of the face change when the face tilts up.

Hot to Draw a Sad Face
18:22
+ Practise
1 lecture 18:40

Learn how to easily get the knowledge you learned here in your system so you can do that effordlessly.

A pensil and a Paper
18:40