Learn to Draw Pretty Faces for Comic Books
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- Draw pretty comic faces
- Draw eyes, nose, hair, lips, etc that look pretty
- Use a simple formula for always drawing a pretty face
- Draw pretty faces from different angles
- You only need to know the basics of drawing to take this course
- Before starting this course, you must only need to know the basics of drawing
So, you have been searching for ways to draw pretty comic faces. You can stop. You found it. This course teaches everything you need to know in order to draw pretty faces for comics books, or just pretty faces in general.
This course is created for the beginner, but even an advanced comic artist can get something from it. It is taught in an easy to grasp way. I teach the hows and whys to draw things, which is really important and lacking in most "how to draw" courses.
Each lesson tackles one concept, then gives an exercise to do so you not just get the concept, but get better at drawing pretty faces.
Check out some of the free lessons. You will love them.
- Anyone that wants to draw pretty faces should take this course
In this lesson, we are going to learn the most important thing about drawing sexy faces for comic books; how to draw the structure. This is a template. This is the proper proportions for drawing a sexy comic face. It differs slightly from drawing realistic faces.
We need to learn the forms of the eye and the parts that make up the eye in order to draw sexy eyes. This gives us the knowledge necessary to draw sexy comic eyes. We will also learn how to draw a basic sexy comic eye.
I could make a whole course on hair, but this course is about drawing pretty female faces. That doesn't mean I can just leave hair out. After all, hair is partly what makes a female comic character beautiful, so I teach the fundamentals of drawing pretty hair for comics.
This is the most difficult view to learn to draw from imagination or from reference, in my opinion. This is the full quarter view. Often in comics, this view is used. It is the view you will be drawing most often. It is not easy to learn, so take your time. You will probably feel like your quarter view faces will ever look pretty. Stick with it. You will get there.
Lips are the hardest part of the face to draw. I see so many nice looking faces from my students and elsewhere online, but the lips look weird or just not good looking. They are even harder in quarter views, so don't feel bad if it takes a while to learn this part. Stick with it. You will get there.