Today I will show you how to draw a bunch of cute cartoon characters using the lowercase letter “k” shape. Each cartoon animal or person is broken down into multiple steps to make it easier for you to draw. This guide is perfect for preschoolers, Kindergartners, younger kids, as well as older kids who are just learning how to draw.
There are a huge variety of human emotions and facial expressions that you, as an aspiring artist, cartoonist, or comic artist needs to figure out how to draw. So, instead of going into the detail of a human's face when studying facial expressions, here is an easy way to just learn about the way to draw expressions with simple straight lines. By drawing with the simple straight line it will be seen that it is possible to express almost every human emotion.
Five forms that can be used as a basis for a variety of heads are the round head, heart-shaped head, long head, wide head, and the pear shaped head. By shifting the 'eye-line' up or down, the same type of face can be made to look entirely different. Find out how to draw the different shapes of head by looking at the comic cartoon faces and heads with different shaped heads tutorial below
If you are interested in becoming a comic book artist or in drawing comics of any form, you will need to be able to draw characters in many different poses. The kicker is that you will need to retain the character's appearance and 'look' so that people know who is who in each scene. This is a drawing exercise for you to learn how to retain the appearance of a comic / cartoon character.
Learn how to draw cartoon emotions & facial expressions with the following drawing lesson and examples. You can change the expressions on your face without changing your emotions (by acting) but don't you wish that drawing facial expressions was just as easy? Well, with practice, you will see that it is just this easy and a LOT of fun to try.