Characters Expressions by Type Head Real Type Game Genre Boy

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Although he is cheeky and sarcastic, he is basically a good guy. He is slender and athletic but doesn't fair well at his studies. Contrary to expectations he is easily moved to tears and has a heart of gold. He often has sisters. Generally speaking, draw him with the image of a band member in mind.

How Draw Caricatures Mouths

Fleshy eyebrows on the brow.

A prominent nose with the bridge drawn with a thick line.

A big mouth that suits a grin. Never draw the lower lip.

Fleshy eyebrows on the brow.

Almond eyes. He has a cheeky look about him because the whites at the sides and lower part of the eyes are visible. Cheekiness is easily expressed if a large area of the whites of the eyes is visible below the irises. No highlighting. The eyes are positioned quite high on the face. Viewed from above the outer corners of the eyes turn up.

The ears are not really exaggerated.

A prominent nose with the bridge drawn with a thick line.

A fairly realistic hairline

A big mouth that suits a grin. Never draw the lower lip.

The brow protrudes further than the forehead.

Eyelashes are not drawn.

These lines are drawn to make his nose ir// look bony.

Large nostrils indicate strong emotions.

A thick masculine neck.

The nape of the neck is boldly drawn.

A clubber's hairstyle. A roughed-up close cut.

A fairly realistic hairline

The brow protrudes further than the forehead.

Eyelashes are not drawn.

Large nostrils indicate strong emotions.

A thick masculine neck.

Cool Face Cartoon Drawings

Slight shading gives the hair thickness.

Punkish earrings.

Slight shading gives the hair thickness.

Punkish earrings.

Characters' Expressions by Type/ Head

Characters' Expressions by Type/ Head

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Characters' Expressions by Type/ Head

Real Type: Game Genre/Anti-heroine

Machinery/gadgetry on her body is her trait. She has a melancholic, lonely expression. Let her speak through her eyes. Usually she has no parents and falls for older men. Even forward facing, the eyelids cover her eyes slightly. The partially concealed irises indicate her lack of openness.

The fringe falling across her face indicates her immaturity.

Drawing Chin Type

VA pointed chin.

The mouth is slightly larger than the Heroine's. It is small, tight and down-turned The lips are not drawn

, The eyebrows, almost straight and thick, show strong will.

Eyes upturned at the corners are positioned quite low on her face. Her irises are longer vertically than the Heroine's. Her insolence is indicated by the large part of the whites of the eyes that are visible. Imagine cat's eyes.

The eyes are well defined with lower eyelashes drawn.

Very slight definition of the bridge of the nose. This is basically the same as the Heroine.

The face is shaped like a smooth egg.

VA pointed chin.

Her hair is messy and uneven suggesting that she is not looked after properly.

The mouth is slightly larger than the Heroine's. It is small, tight and down-turned The lips are not drawn

The forehead is almost flat. The brow doesn't protrude.

Defined double eyelids.

The tip of the nose is small and slightly rounded.

Machinery is attached to her body so these kinds of marks are very common.

Machinery is attached to her body so these kinds of marks are very common.

Bob Hair Orthographic Line
Bobbed hair with her ears sticking out.

Advice from a Young Creator y]

TOSH

PROFILE

Name: Toshio Kobayashi Birthplace: Gifu Prefecture, Japan Date of Birth: 18 December 1973

After graduating from technical college, Kobayashi started working at a Games company where he is now working on Character Design for an original animation.

The most important thing when you are drawing is the feeling. How are you going to express what you are thinking? That is what counts. Your drawings openly express your likes and dislikes, your personality and emotions. You are not really aware of yourself when you go about your daily life but drawing makes you take a look at yourself.

I entered this profession because ever since I was a small boy, I had aspired to become an artist. It all began twenty years ago one day when on television, I saw an old man painting on a street corner in Europe. That's when it all started and why I am drawing now.

There are no shortcuts to improving your drawing skills. The more you persevere, the better your drawings will be. Have a go at drawing everything around you, no matter what. Copy the drawings done by skilful artists. It's OK to do it just for the fun of it. Do it over and over again until the research you've done pays off and you have the material to draw what you like.Observe everything in your everyday life. Watch everything around you: people's expressions, their gestures, the way they talk, the way they move, the way they dress etc. Do the same with things. Observe the position of the light source and the shadows, colors, shapes, size, textures. Before you know it you will find yourself watching everything without even thinking. Watch, think and draw. The more, the better. Both quality and quantity are important but the most important of all is the feeling If all that you draw is void of feeling, it is easy to get into the doldrums. If you do end up feeling like this, you must start from nothing again and reconsider everything, all the work you have done over the years, the pictures you like, your sketches, rough drafts and rough illustrations.

Lastly, I want to say that I lack both the technique and knowledge to draw a tenth of what I imagine. But an amateur can become a professional. And I am thinking more like a professional now than ever before.

KOBAYASH

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Chapter 3 Drawing Bodies

Boy Drawing Whole Body

Think in polygons when drawing the whole body, just as you did when you drew the heads. In the picture below the body is drawn as boxes. Though I say it again, it is the quickest way to improving your ability to draw in three dimensions Once you master the basics properly you can go on to exaggerate the charactef design and produce good drawings.

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