Cartoon Faces: How to Draw Heads, Features & Expressions (Cartoon Academy) Info

Download or Read Online latest releases, and browse our best picks for the best graphic and comics novels of the year. Find Answers and Reviews on Cartoon Faces: How to Draw Heads, Features & Expressions (Cartoon Academy) by Christopher Hart Read&Download Cartoon Faces: How to Draw Heads, Features & Expressions (Cartoon Academy) by Christopher Hart Online Author:Christopher Hart Formats:Paperback Publication Date:Nov 4, 2014 Ratings: 4.57 of 202


Make a face—a funny face! The personality of a
cartoon character begins with the face: the head, the features, the
expressions. Get that right and you can create a memorable personality.
Bestselling how-to-draw author Christopher Hart presents the ultimate
tutorial on the topic in masterful detail, covering characters both male
and female, from babies to adults, in all shapes and sizes. His
accessible, step-by-step demonstrations go through all the features and
explain how to build a character. Explore appealing cartoon head types;
see how to create a variety of eyes, brows, mouths, and popular
hairstyles; and learn how to turn the head in different directions while
maintaining a character's visual integrity. An introductory section
discusses essential shading techniques while a bonus section shows the
basics of drawing the entire body.

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Reviews for Cartoon Faces: How to Draw Heads, Features & Expressions (Cartoon Academy):

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Jul 04, 2017

I bought this book to help me with my Character Design class. I needed help developing cartoon/animation faces. My experience is with more realistic drawing. Like all the books I've gotten by Chris Hart, this is a very good, helpful book. I like how Hart covers every aspect of drawing faces and gives plenty of examples of different facial types based on the type of character. I would recommend this book to students of animation, illustration and cartooning.
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Sep 04, 2017

This book is fun! I drew all the characters. Don't wait for the Drawing Exercises chapter. This whole book is drawing exercises!

Christopher presents a variety of interesting characters and highlights key aspects and teaches you things that you can focus on when drawing faces.
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Apr 24, 2016

The reviews weren't wrong, this looks good. It's just about faces, but that's a pretty important part of drawing cartoons. And I like the faces more than the ones in the Dummies' guide. Quite a few insightful verbal tips as well.
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Aug 31, 2016

also by Christopher Hart "Cartooning: The Ultimate Character Design Book". See both as reference to cartooning
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Sep 13, 2017

The book focuses mostly on youthful, clean-shaven faces, but is easy to follow, if you can stomach the groan-inducing wit. The author has a strange emphasis on placing ears so low they are almost on the neck (to make the character look "funny"), but then in the hair section the ears are placed more naturally.

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