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.
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.
In this lesson, we are going to learn the basic form of the nose, so we know what we are simplifying to draw cute/sexy noses for our comic book females.
A lot of my students struggle with draw beautiful lips. Well, with this lesson, you will be drawing pretty lips in no time. Just do the exercises. Practice and practice some more. If you use the ideas in this lesson, you will draw beautiful comic lips.
Ears can be tricky in comics, especially for females. However, in this lesson, I show you how to draw ears, then how to simplify them for pretty females.
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.
Now we are going to take everything we have learned and put it all together by drawing a sultry face from front view. Sultry is like that look that Jessica Rabbit gives. You know, with the eyes half closed and the lips parted?
Hey, so what do you do when the face is so small on the page? You have this little panel in your comic, and you want to draw the face, but how? That is what this lesson will show you.
In this lesson, we are going to learn the side view of the face and how to make it look pretty. This is something not a lot of comic artist do well. I will show you how to make those profile shots beautiful.
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to draw beautiful eyes in side view.
In this lesson, we will learn how to draw pretty comic noses in side view. How to draw the side view of the nose is important. It really defines the profile of the face.
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to draw pretty comics lips from the side view, also called profile view. Honestly, it isn't very hard, IMO, but if you do find it difficult, then practice a lot.
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.
Study this template. Draw this template from scratch many times as it will make you draw pretty women in quarter view. Be sure to use a prefect circle to draw the three fourths view.
In this lesson, we take a look at why the eyes, nose, and mouth look so much different in three quarter views.
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to draw pretty quarter view eyes for comics. The eyes, are one of the easiest parts of the face to draw pretty in this view. Lips, I believe are the hardest.
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to draw pretty comic noses from a quarter turn. I think noses are actually easier to draw in this view than in front view. Hardest view for noses is side view for me.
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.
Hair can be difficult, especially at an angle, but after this lesson, you will be able to draw pretty comic hair at an angle.
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I studied art at different schools, one of them being a community college in San Jose, Ca. Over the years, subjects in art finally clicked. I teach these subjects in ways that make it easy to grasp. It's hard to brag about myself, but students have written me emails saying how they have learned more from me than they did in art schools, art schools such as Academy of Arts in San Franscico. That blew my mind because it's supposed to be a great school.
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