Here are two different sleepy / exhausted chibis for you to learn how to draw. Below you will find tired chibi expressions / emotions that you can learn how to draw. We broke down these two drawing tutorials into easy to follow step by step instructions. Each step uses just simple steps so you can follow along with them easily. Happy Drawing!
Today I will show you how to draw a baby's face and head. You will learn the proportions of a baby's head and face and learn how to lay out the facial features, such as the eyes, nose, mouth, and ears. The following step by step drawing tutorial is broken down into more than 20 steps so that you can learn how to draw it along with me.
Drawing the face and head can be done without perspective techniques, however, it comes in handy when drawing it in relation to other objects or people. It also is very effective in helping the artist draw the human face and head when it is on a slant or tilt. This is when drawing faces becomes difficult.
We showed you how to draw the eye from the front, and now we are going to show you how to draw a realistic looking eye from the side/profile view. We have broken this tutorial down into 22 steps, so I think you will be able to go through it and learn how to draw an eye, even if it takes you a few times.
Today I will show you how to draw a realistic eye using pencil, charcoal, or even digital pen. The following realistic eye tutorial is broken up into more than a dozen steps, so hopefully you will be able to look at my visual illustrated steps and imitate it on your piece of paper. Good luck and have fun!
So I am trying something different today. I usually show you how to draw specific characters, but today I am going to show you how to draw anybody that you want in various different cartoon styles. So I’m going to use a picture of my favorite band, Air Supply, and I am going to illustrate them in 6 different styles. You can watch me do this and hopefully you will then be able to pick up a photo of your favorite band or tv show and create cartoon versions of them too. I also include a small guide for each style, so you can then make your own drawings as well.