How to Draw Comic Book Style Faces in Sketchbook Pro 8

Robert Marzullo, Online instructor of Figure Drawing and Comic Art

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7 Videos (1h 39m)
    • Comic Book Faces in Sketchbook Pro 8 Intro

      1:52
    • Creating Face Shapes

      11:52
    • Measuring and Placing Facial Features

      14:18
    • Rendering the Male Face

      17:13
    • Rendering the Female Face

      20:02
    • Coloring Our Characters In Sketchbook Pro 8

      15:05
    • How to Draw the Female Face Side View

      18:44

About This Class

This course will cover the use of Sketchbook Pro 8 for drawing and coloring your comic book characters. You will learn how to draw a comic style male and female face from start to finish in a full frontal view.  You will learn simple measurements to map out the face and make the drawing process much easier to accomplish.  This course will show you how to create your line art and refine the rough sketch to get it ready for the coloring process.  We will then finish the faces by adding color and effects to our artwork. By the end of this course you will have a strong fundamental knowledge of how to construct facial drawings and a better understanding of the tools within Sketchbook Pro 8 that help with this process.  We will go over the use of layers, brushes, selection tools and many other great features in this powerful program.  If you are looking to improve your ability to draw interesting characters while gaining a stronger knowledge of this amazing drawing program, then this class is for you!

I am currently adding Bonus Lessons that will also teach you how to draw the faces in a side view and various angles as well. These will not show the software and will only be focused on the drawing techniques.

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Robert Marzullo

Online instructor of Figure Drawing and Comic Art

I enjoy creating and sharing Video Content of my drawing process. I teach comic book illustration techniques, figure drawing, and digital painting. I used programs such as Adobe Photoshop CC, Clip Studio Paint, and Sketchbook Pro 8. 

I have been teaching online for over 5 years now and love the ability to connect and teach artists all over the world. It is very exciting and rewarding!