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How to Draw Face: Children Character Drawing (Fundamental Guides)

teacher avatar Amelie Braun, Artist & Cartoonist

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Lessons in This Class

26 Lessons (4h 38m)
    • 1. Introduction

      0:49
    • 2. Tools

      6:44
    • 3. Smiling boy face

      13:05
    • 4. Boy face with large teeth (three quarter view face)

      15:48
    • 5. Funny boy face

      7:33
    • 6. Nutty boy's face

      10:29
    • 7. Chubby boy face (three quarter view face)

      10:39
    • 8. Charming boy face (three quarter view face)

      9:03
    • 9. Polite boy face (three quarter view face)

      10:03
    • 10. Chubby boy face with hat (three quarter view face)

      11:04
    • 11. Boy face with freckled face

      10:53
    • 12. Boy face with long hair

      12:13
    • 13. Boy face with big eyes and attractive hair (three quarter view face)

      11:35
    • 14. Surprised boy face

      8:35
    • 15. Smiling boy face with hat and curly hair

      9:36
    • 16. Boy face with big glasses

      9:00
    • 17. Little cute girl face

      10:30
    • 18. Smiling girl face with long hair

      12:17
    • 19. Smiling girl face with curly hair

      12:34
    • 20. Smiling girl face with short bangs

      9:50
    • 21. Surprised girl face with long hair

      16:21
    • 22. Funny smiling girl face with short hair

      11:00
    • 23. Little girl face with big eyes

      12:15
    • 24. Beautiful girl face with glasses and bangs hair

      11:47
    • 25. Beautiful girl face with big eyes and long hair

      12:17
    • 26. The face of a cute little girl with a freckled face

      11:37
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About This Class

Hello friend

If you decide to become a professional character designer or illustrator, and you can easily design different human characters.

This class is for you.

I have seen people who often decide to draw an interesting idea of ​​a person but do not have the ability to transfer the idea to paper. In this class, we give everyone the ability to create the works they have in mind. In this course, the student learns quite fundamentally how to draw a boy or girl face character. The student learns how to design different parts of head child character, including head, face, neck and etc. using geometric shapes, and then add details to them.

In the first section, I will introduce the tool.

In the second section, I will teach drawing different types of faces and heads of boy characters in different states of laughter, sadness, surprise, anger, and different hairstyles.

And in the third section, I will teach you to draw different types of faces and heads of girl characters in different states of laughter, sadness, surprise, as well as different hairstyles.

I hope this class will help increase your creativity in designing different types of faces for children and teenagers. Stay tuned for my other classes.

Good luck.

Tools and equipment required for this class:
Pencil B and B2, Etude and tip Etude, type of Eraser and etude eraser, sharpener, Paper.

My other classes that related this class:

How to Draw Face: Female Character Drawing (Fundamental Guides)

The Complete Character Drawing with Pencil for Beginners

Character Drawing Course: The Ultimate Character Design

How to Sketch & Draw Cartoon Character with Colored Pencil

How to Draw and Illustration Character From Real Face

Human Style Anatomy Drawing : Figure Drawing with Simple Styles

Human Body Anatomy Drawing - Figure Drawing Beginner to Intermediate

Human Anatomy Drawing : Figure Drawing Sport and Dance Styles

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Amelie Braun

Artist & Cartoonist

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Hello, I'm Amelie.

I started drawing with a pencil when I was sixteen. At first, I participated in pencil drawing classes. After passing these classes, I realized that I am interested in character design and animation. And I participated in character design classes professionally. My university education is also in the field of animation. At the age of twenty-four, I started teaching character drawing with a pencil. So far, more than 3,000 students have attended my in-class classes and more than 10,000 have attended my online classes.

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1. Introduction: Hello friends, welcome to the child character head of sketching course. One of the most important skills in human character sketching is the ability to draw different types of character heads in different shapes and types of girls and boys. In this course, you will learn how to draw different types of baby boy in baby girl character heads, indifferent face, and hair models. The training is taught in a completely principled way and with the use of guidelines. I hope this course is useful for you and helps increase your creativity. Good luck everyone. 2. Tools: Hello to all of my dearest friends. As you can see, we are back again with another tutorial course for you. And in the beginning, as usual, we're going to review the necessary equipments for this course and then we can learn them together. First of all, we start with B pencil, which is actually the base of all of our tutorials. I will use B and B, two pencils, which are actually our fundamental equipments. And I want you to use these because in the beginning of our code we have to create very light lines. And in order to do that, we should use lighter pencils. Therefore, B0 and B2 are the best options for us. And then later if you want it to make your lines darker or bolder, you can use other pencils. We can also use an exit for here for our work. For example, if you want to create very fine and delicate lines, we should use it because it has a very, very sharp and thin tip. So we can do this easily. We can create very thin lines with it. Then for using it, we also need a lead over here. And just one thing that you should pay attention about Edwards is that when you are using your edit, you should really pay attention that your lead will match your edited means. It's 0.5, your edge, it should also be 0.5, also have 0.7. And then even your lead can be B2. Therefore, you can create very lighter lines out of your work. Okay? After the pencils, we also need erasers. Obviously, the most useful eraser for us is double eraser that we've got here. Because it can change into any shape that we wanted to be. And at the same time as we are erasing a surface, it doesn't give us any trash and any extra parts of the eraser. So we would not drag our hand of our work and basically our work would be much cleaner. So this is really necessary and I always advise you to require it. Then we have our edit eraser, which is also useful for us because it has a very sharp tip, thin tip. And it's usually used for places and spaces which are small and they can no spirit really erased with eraser or other kinds of erasers. It has two kinds. Actually, it has so many kinds. I have two of them. One of them is like this that has a very sharp tip, and another one which looks like this. It has a triangle tip. Therefore, you can use each corner of this triangle, use it's sharp edge, sharp tip. And you can erase the parts which are so delicate or you want to erase a part just point-by-point. But any kind of them that you get, it will make your work. Do. We have another kind of erasers like this that it has a brush at the other end of it. Therefore, we can actually blow off the extra parts of the trash and eraser parts of our work. But these are actually very rigid and stiff erasers. They have very rigid tip. So be careful, you should pay attention wherever you want to erase, somewhere which you need more softness. You should use edit eraser or eraser. But if you want to erase anywhere, heart and your line go too dark, you can use more rigid erasers. I always suggest you to get a sharp narrow like this, which has a part for containing the trash. So it will save your time. Basically. I would also advise you to require a pencil holder because as you sharpen your pencil and it will be smaller, this pencil holder will actually help you a lot. Therefore, bend your pencil is very small like this. You can put it in here. Put it in pencil holder, and it can grab your pencil for you just pay attention. A part of it is very small for smaller pencil, and the other end of it is bigger for bigger pencil. Then with this grip, you can make it loose or tight. It will be of a great help for you. We also need a paper. Obviously, you can either use A4 or a three papers. You'll also need a board underneath your paper, and therefore you can fix your paper on it. And these are all the requirements that we need for this course, for this tutorial course. And you can just equip them. 3. Smiling boy face: Hello to all of my dearest friends. And I'm here again with another tutorial session for you. Well, in this session, we're going to create the head of children, children's head or kid's head or even baby's head, ER going to create different types of them so we would know how to create each one. Okay. First of all, I started with creating a general shape for the head. And because we are creating a baby character, we're going to use a very big shape. And we're actually going to make it all at once. So we will create the skull more than its usual shape. Again, I say, because we are creating a baby's head. Today, I want to create a baby boy. After determining the general shape, I am going to use my guide lines. Just like that. I will divide my character's head into. Then I'll consider a very general line over here. So I can divide 1 third of the lower part of my work. I'm going to create a general placement for the head and its parts actually. So basically I'm starting with my characters, ears. And based on this line that we've created for the lower 1 third, we will place our characters ears over here on both sides of the head. Again, I say according to our guidelines, we will do that. Now. I would also determine the placement of the neck here. According to the guidelines that we've created here. We can also create our characters, Nick. Then. We can also create a little part for the shoulders. And I'm just going to do this just this much. And I just create this much of Deanna to me because as I said in the beginning, we are going to work on the heads in this course. I can also consider some hair for my character. Generally shape it here. So first you should choose the Harris style and then you can create your hair very easily. Then from the skull we will come later, actually from the top of the skull, we will come a little bit lower. Then we start to hear, and then we create the rest of it above the top of the skull. Now also from both sides, I'm going to add some more hair downward. It's like it's going on the side of the face. Okay. Now I'm going to work on the different parts of the face and I'm going to work on them. Obviously, I start with my character's eyes. As all of you know, the baby characters or even children, should be a little bigger than usual. So with this line that I've created in the beginning, I'm going to determine the placement of the eyes. With creating two circles for the placement of the ears. Basically complete the shape of my character. Okay? Now I can determine the placement of the eyebrows. I can bring the eyebrows closer to the eyes, are further from them. Depends on you totally. Also depends on the type of the character that you want to create. Okay? Now I'm going to create a general shape for my character's nose. Then this would be my character's mouth. And my character is supposed to smile. Therefore, I'm going to create the general shape of my character's mouth. Just like that, with a big smile. Now that all the parts of my character's face is determined and created, I'm going to work on the details a little bit more. Therefore, after creating the primary sketch, I can now have the details on my work. From the head and from the side of the head. I'm going to come down and creates several lines in order to create some volume for the hair. With some short and long lines right after each other. I will make my hair look more complete on the head. And then for the side of the hair, I mean, for this part related corner of it, I can create these two lines as representative of the hair in order just to make it more interesting and funnier. Okay. Because I've brought down the hair right from the sides of the face. I'm going to bring a little bit of the hair inside of the face and then take it out again. I can even use several lines over here to add the volume and the shape of the hair. Just several long and short lines. Now I'm going to continue the general volume and the general shape of the eyes with emphasizing on this opera line and little. So I'm going to make this area bolder because the upper part of the eye should definitely be darker comparing to the lower part. And we've done it in all of our characters up to now. I would also complete inside of the eye. For this inner part of the eye, I'm going to add some darkness and just do the same for the other eye as well. With two circles, too dark circles. Then I can emphasize on the eyebrows a little well. So as you can see, it looks pretty well. If you just emphasize it a little and darken it a little. Now, I'm going to work on the ears. The ears. I'm going to use two lines like this in order to show the depth of the ear. I mean, we wanted to show that our ear is not just a surface, it's a volume, and it has depth. And just be careful to create the lines opposites of each other on both ears because they're on the different parts of the head. Different sites better say. Then I'm going to work on my character's mouth. First of all, I'm going to create very thin, small and delicate, and fun teeth for my character. Then I will create my characters tongue as well. Alright. Now, I can also even create a color for my character's shirt or t-shirt with just two simple lines like this. Just to give it a more complete look. So that's it. That's the shape of my baby or child heads character. And after we've done all of that, you can just go there and erase all the extra lines. Your character will show better. So I'm just erasing all the extra lines, all the gut lines for my character to show itself at its best. Right? Again, I recommend you that you basically have to create your guidelines. I mean, try to create the guidelines because it can help you a lot in creating a very symmetrical and great shape for your head. And any part that you want to create. This would be my character and it would be completed. Just like this. We have also given him some characteristics based on the features that we've created for him. That's it. And even after you've done the erasing part, erasing the guidelines, you can come back and work on the, any parts to think. Again. This is our baby boy character. 4. Boy face with large teeth (three quarter view face): Hello, To love my dearest friends. I'm here again. We did another tutorial session for you. Well, in this session we are going to create another boys character together. But this time we are going to create its head on phase three, phases view. And in order to do that, we're going to consider a circle for our characters, the skull. Just like this. Then we will create the direction line for our head. Because our character is supposed to be in three phases view, our line will turn to this side just like that. So we will have our direction line for the head. I'm going to add the draw to the skull. Now from the ending part of the circle that I've created, I'd be adding another shape to have the jaw over here. So I'll consider it like this. So we will consider a smaller shape for the jaw comparing to the skull off course. And then I'm going to add the neck to the whole head. I'll consider my characters neck thinner because the character that I'm creating is a child or a baby's character. Now, I will determine the different parts for my character's face. But before that, I will should also consider another guideline for my characters jaw, which would be like this. Then I connect it to the direction line and a guideline of my skull. Why would I do that? Because in this area we would have the nose and over here there would be the mouth. Therefore, it's better that we have another direction line for this area. Okay? Now I can determine the placement of the ear. Just like that. As you can see, we would only see the ear on one side of the head. You will not see the other one on the other side. Now I determined the general placement of the eyes. And then I can create the eyes in the shape of glasses. In this shape. Because this way we can create the shape of the eyes more complete and we will not get mistaken at all. Alright? And also it's because one is closer to us and it's bigger obviously, and the other one is further and smaller. Then I'll use this shape. Of course. Without this shape, it can also proceed your work. But it's better to proceed with this shape, therefore, you can experience it as well. So I'm going to create the eye inside of this shape. And placement of them would be perfectly right. Then I'm going to create my character's nose. Because our face is in a three phases view. We would create the nose with this shape. So we can actually show that our character is in a three phases view. Alright. Now I can create my character's mouth, lunar like this. And now the face parts are complete. I can also work a little on my characters clothes here. Just a little, not too much there for its character would not end southern lay beneath the neck. So you can see that our character has the rest of the body, but we're not going to create it now. Okay, Now from the part that I finished, the neck, I will also add my characters, shoulders. As you can see, you can add some more details to your clothes or you can skip it. Right now. I just want to do it a little. Therefore, you know, it has more characteristics. It can actually show itself better and more. Now I'm going to determine several, actually two strips coming of the characters color. It's enough option now. Alright. Now what I'm going to do, I'm going to also determine the shape of my character's hair is not bold. Because our character is in a three phases view. I can create a hairstyle like this. As you can see, it's much more different from our previous one. We start from a little beneath the top of the skull and then we'll continue above that. Then for the back of the head also, we will add our shapes here. Well, the hair actually continues in the back of the head, moving to the other side, but we do not see it. So we just continued until where we can see. Then I will also create a curved line here, and then we can proceed. And I will also create a very small part over here, adding to my character's hair right next to the ear. Okay. I can also take it down from here a little so I can show it exists on the other side as well. Because I don't want to do suddenly just to stop. This actually makes our work look more 3D. Now that we've determined the hair as well, we are going to create the eyebrows on these lines, the shape of the glasses that first we've created. So we're going to use this shape completely for the eyes and for the eyebrows so we can create them more perfect. Perfectly. Alright. Now I'm going to determine the direction of my character's eyes. Because he is in a three phases view. You can choose whether he is looking right or left. I have chosen this side. So my character is looking this way. Okay. Now for my character's mouth, I would also create two teeth. So it would actually look cuter. See totally different person and different characteristics. I'm going to add some more details. For example, I will add some line next to the nose and create the nostrils. Or if you have done that, you should just emphasize on it more than I create the tip of the nose going up to the bridge. No's. Now for the eyes. I can darken this line on the upper eyelid or at the top of the eye, as I said in the previous one. And then I will make the inside of the eye dark. He would have dark eyes. Now I'm going to add the details to the rest of the character as well. Especially to the hair because the hair is shaped so generally. So I'm going to change that. I would also create two parts of the hair at the top. So it would look cuter and funnier. And at the same time, I want to show that this character is a cute little boy. And also our main goal is to have details and volumes over here on the hair to make our character more complete. For the front part of why character's hair. I am going to create the hair like this. Because this way again, I say our character looks funny or in cuter. And then for the top part of the hair, I would actually create several lines like this. And I will get the hair from being all in one simple shape. It would be different from part to part. Okay, now, I'm going to continue my work down. And for his class, I'm going to emphasize on some lines to create a better shape for him. So I, characters clothes will be seen more and better. Again, because I said that's true that we are only working on the heads, but we don't want the head to just suddenly stop without any details that the different parts of our head is determined and detailed at the same time. I am going to work on these lines on the jaw. Therefore, my face would show itself better. Because we need all these angles and these shapes on the head and even on the ear. So after we add this line in the ear, it will show it has depth and volume. Then I'm going to erase all the extra and guidelines. Therefore, the shape of my character would be seen more and better. So I'm going to take my eraser, my eraser. Because our character would be seen better. We should erase all these guidelines that we have here that we've actually created all in the beginning of our work for our primary sketch. Alright. This way our character can show itself more and better. As I already said. Now I'm going to erase all the lines among the hair and also the clothes. Alright? This is our baby boy character with another different phase in a three phases view. 5. Funny boy face: Hello, dearest friends. I'm backing in with another tutorial session for you. In this session, we are going to create another heads character. Actually another characters hit the new one to see how it's done. So we would be starting with creating the general shape of my character as a skull. And I'm going to create it in the shape of a circle. Because we are going to create, boy. And therefore we are going to use this circle as the school. I'd be dividing this skull into two parts. Because I want face to be in the front view and I wanted to create it completely. Then I'll be using this guideline to separate the 1 third of the lower part of the skull. Then I'll be determining the placement of the ears. Because the baby that I'm creating is actually very, very young. I am going to create a small ears and I am not going to add the jaw to this face. Because as your character is younger, you would not actually create the jaw and the skull would be enough as it gets older. He'll choose either to add to draw or not. I'll be adding the neck here. Then I will determine the placement of the eyes over here. Then I'll be placing the eyes almost next to our ears. Better to say that it will be on the same level of the ears, but a little closer to each other and inside of the face. Because this way we can show the young age of our character more. Then I will create its hair. Then I will add some details to my character's hair lighter. For this inner part. I just shape it in this style. Okay. Now I'm going to add the eyebrows and also the nose to my baby. Because we are creating a baby. We will not create everything with so much details and we just try to create things very, very simple. So I can show that our character is a young baby. For example, look at their nose. It's very simple with two small nostrils. As much detail as we add to our character, the age of our character would look higher in older. On different parts. I'm going to add just some details to my character. I start from its head. And obviously on top of it, it would be the hair. Again because I would like to show it cuter and funnier. I just consider this small part for this part of the head. Therefore, this way it would look better and cuter. So now I'm going to also create different shapes and volumes like this. I will just create several lines in order to separate different parts of the hair, just not to make it look all one simple shape. Then for here again, I separate two parts. Therefore, my character's hair would have no specific order at the same time as it doesn't have any. We want it to be organized and neat, but no to need that. It would look on real. After working on the eyebrows, I would darken the upper eyelid of the eye, which would be the upper line of it. And then I'll place these two dark spots as the pupils. Then just so little on work on the nose. Making some details in there. Then I will create the lips and the mouth over here. Because my character, again I say is very young. I can just consider the mouth are linear. Then I'll create two small, small lines inside of the ear so I can show its depth. It's actually one line, it looks like two. Then I will also complete cheeks and chin area of their dad. I'll go to the neck. I can even add some shoulders to him. Just a little again, because I want the head to be suddenly stopped. Even we can create a cola for our characters, t-shirt or shirt. So this is another baby boy character that we've created in this shape, which is again different. 6. Nutty boy's face: Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm here again with another tutorial session for you. And we are going to create another baby boy character. And we want to see how it's done. Particularly, this time, I want to create a boy which is a little naughty. Want to see how it's done? First of all, I'll be creating the general shape of the head. As usual. It means that I am going to create this skull in this way. And after I finished that, and because it's actually created in this shape and I'm going to create a very, very small jaw for this part, for this shape. I'm going to say Why? Because our character is young. Therefore, we would add a small jaw to this shape of the skull. If our characters age is higher, if our characters older, you can consider a bigger job for him. But because right now I want to create a young character. I will create this one. And then I'm going to determine the placement of the face parts of my character first. So I'm going to create a line to separate the lower 1 third of the face. So, so many things placements will be determined and then I will add to Nick to the head. Then I can also add a part of the body as well. Okay. Now, I'm going to determine the general placement of the ears. Like this. I'll consider almost big ears for my character. Because you want the other ear to be in the right place. It's better to create to guide lines from the top of our ear and from the bottom of her ear. Therefore, on the other side of the face, other ear will be exactly in the right and the same place. I'd be creating this ear and then creating the rest of the face parts. Alright. Now I'm going to work on my character's hair. And I want them to go up a little. Therefore, I'll be using these lines. Again. I say I'm creating a naughty boy. And if you want to hair to come down toward the face, we're going to use lines coming down again downward toward the face. But if you want the hair to go up, they can use line like this. And from the top of our skull, we will use these kinds of volumes and shapes in order to show the hair even better. Also firm here, I will add hair. Now I'm going to get back and add some more details to the hair. Because you want to show that it's a naughty boy. He's a naughty boy. We are going to shape the eyebrows in this way. I mean, dad, one of the eyebrows will be closer to the eye as you can see. And the other one will be like this a little bit further from the eye. Okay? Then we are going to create the volume of the eye. I want my character's eyes to look this way. Therefore, create this darkness inside of the eye. Toward this side, towards the left. So my character would be looking this way. And then right next to the eyebrow, I will consider the line for the nose. Actually for the nose bridge. And I would just create a very simple nose for my character. Well, because again, I say my character is very, very young, is not all that old. So we would not get into the details at all. We can, actually, we can create a crooked smile for him. So we can show that our character is really, really naughty. Okay, Now from this top part, that is the hair, I'll be starting at all. We'll create the volumes and shapes. When more details, I'm just going to add some more details to different parts which would be starting with the hair. Also these lines that will separate the hair into different parts can make our work look so much funnier in cuter. And we can do this on both sides of the hair so it would be better. I can also create several lines to represent a hair texture. We want to show that the hair has gone up like this. With these curved lines, we can just easily show this shape, this texture. Now I would also create the lines inside of the ear, like this. Coming down and going out. And you can just work on these lines inside of the ear. Differently. You can actually try different types. And you would see each one of them would look like what? I mean, you can just work on them over and over again with different shapes. So you would see the different shapes and you will experience them. Then after working on the eyebrows, I would work on the upper eyelid, making it darker. And also the pupils will be darkened. I would add too much details on the nose, just two small lines beneath the eyes. And we would also create the lips. Just like that. Again, because I say, And my character is a young character. I just create the mouth in the same linear way in order to maintain get older. Now, let's list. I can easily use my eraser, my editor eraser to erase all these guidelines and extra lines. After that, your work will actually show itself better as you can see in the previous work, I haven't erased these lines. You can see if your work is too simple, you might not even need this, that you would erase these extra or guidelines if you're creating it for yourself, for practice. If you are going to show it somewhere represented somewhere, perform it. And if you have more complex phase with more details, it's always the best thing to do to erase all these extra guidelines all around your work. Your work can actually pop out and show itself. Here we are. This is our fourth boy character which we've created in this way. And it's complete. 7. Chubby boy face (three quarter view face): Hello to all of my dearest friends. Good evening to you all. I'm here again with another tutorial session for you. And in this session, well, altogether we are going to create another baby boy character which is a little chubby this time, I want to see how it can be done. Alright, so first of all, I start creating the skull for my character. And for creating the skull for my chubby baby boy. We can create skull smaller than usual. Because later we want to add the jaw and we want to create that bigger because that includes the cheeks. So I would create a skull area smaller than it should be. If this would be my skull. I'm going to determine a direction line over here because I want to create my character in a three phases view. I'll consider my direction line like this. Then I would add to draw to the skull this way. As I said before. And as you can see right now, I am adding a big jaw comparing to the skull because this part includes the cheeks and I want to create a chubby character. Okay? Now I'm going to add the lines for the neck. But because my character is supposed to be overweight and it's supposed to be chubby. Not create a small or thin neck. So I will create one line from the back of the head and then another line from the front. So I also determined the placement of the ears. You can just create the ear very simple, like what I did here. Okay, now I'm going to create my character's hair from here. And I want to create its hair like this. I want to shape it from here coming down. And then I can start this volume, this shape from inside of the head. Then I will add this outer part of the hair looking like this. And for this area, again, I'll be adding another direction line. This is a general shape for the hair. And then later I would come and add the details to it. Now, I'm going to determine the placement of the eyes and the eyebrows. Well, we can create a very big oval and we would actually have the placement of the eyes and eyebrows together. Or first we can create two eyes and then we would place the eyebrows on top of them are above them. I be creating the eyes because I've considered my character and the three phases view. Therefore, one of the eyes should be considered a little bit smaller, obviously. Then I'll create the general shape of the nose of my character. Just like this. And as you can see, he has almost a big nose and a circularity nose. Then after that, I'll create the mouth. Well, usually the chubby characters are usually created with a smile. Therefore, we can show that our character is kind. One. Can show it better. And I'm going to create teeth for my character as well. Just to make it even funnier and cuter, I will create a distance and space between two of the teeth. So I'll create this. In this way, create this eyebrow. And the other eyebrow on the other side of the face would be created like this. Alright. Then after that, I will consider the direction of the eyes. I want him to look this way. Therefore, I create the pupils over here very easily. Okay. After that, I'm going to work on the details of my face. Just one thing that you should pay attention to is that, well, for the anatomy of the body, we are going to add some clothes. Again, just like the other ones. I don't want the head to be just our work and I don't want it to be stopped suddenly and exactly after that. So it can also the cuteness of our character. I mean, it can make it cuter than it is right now. Now we're going to add the details from the top toward bottom. I'm going to start from this area at the beginning that we've created the hair. So I would also create some hair over here. Just to show that our hair has volume. It's not just the surface. And at the same time you want to see that our character is cuter. And then we've got up in this area. You can darken inside of it. Therefore, you can show the volume the better. So in this area, we can just divide the hair into two parts with only a simple line. Then for this upper part of the hair, I'm going to use other lines for the hair and just create some shapes over here. With these lines like this. I'm going to separate these volumes. Okay? Now I'm going to create the lines for inside of the ears in order to show their depth. Actually one ear that we have here. Then I would also add this dark line on the top of the eyes, which can show the upper eyelid. So I'm going to emphasize on that as well. Dan, I'm going to create the pupils very easily, one after each other. And also I can darken inside of the eyebrows a little because it's part of it. And then for the nose, as I said before, for the nose of children or babies are kids we would not get to in its details too much. We just create simple noses for them. And then I'll come down to work on this cheek and jaw area in general to make the volumes more complete and better, to make a chubby boy. And at last, I use my eraser to erase all these extra lines and guidelines over here. So my character, which show himself better and more. So I'll be erasing these extra lines and all these guidelines. Alright? And because I've added some details to the mouth at the beginning, well, we're not going to work on it anymore. This is our whole boy character which is choppy. 8. Charming boy face (three quarter view face): Hello to all of my dearest friends again, I'm here with another tutorial session for you. Well, in this session, we are going to create another baby boys character together. And it's head of, of course. But this time, again, we're going to create it in a three faces view. As usual, I start with creating my characters, a skull, which is actually the basis of any hit. So I started like this. And then after that, I would add the draw to the head, to the face. Basically, we should consider that because our character is a child, we should not get the job very long or very big unless it's choppy like the previous character we've created together. Okay. Then after Dad, I will create this direction line for my head, the face, and jaw altogether. And then I will add the neck to my character in this shape. Well, I can also create some part of the body. And now I'm going to create different parts of the face. First of all, I am going to determine the placement of my characters ear, which would be on this part here. Then after that, I can work on angle of the jaw. So I'd be working on the angle of the jaw. And then I'm going to determine the placement of the hair. Now. I come toward inside a little from the skull, from the top of the skull. And then from the side. I come up and I go above the skull to add the rest of the hair. We have created a general shape for our character's hair. And then we are going to add details to it later on. So now I'm going to determine the placement of the eyes and the eyebrows. I will start to create the eyes and little bit upper than the ears. Then I'm going to create the other eye in the same way. But this time I'm going to create the eye a little bit of smaller comparing to the one which is on this side and closer to us because the second I was further from us and it's in a three-phase says view. So it should go into perspective. Then, according to the eye that I've created, I'm going to create the eyebrows as well. I'd be doing this. And then after that, I can determine the placement of my nose. His nose actually. Then I'll create his nose in this way very easily. Alright? Now that the placement of our face parts are determined and they are all correct. Now, we are going to add the details to our work step-by-step from the top to the bottom. Well, if I want to determine the direction of the eyes, I want the eyes to look this way. So I will create the eyes looking this way. Torque right? Now I'm going to work on my character's hair. Want to add them as well. Now, I'm working on the details from here that we've separated the hair and we've actually created a parking I will create this shape on the top of the hair above the head. And I'm just playing with shapes and volumes over here just to give it a different Harris style. Here, you can also use some of your creativity in order to create different hairstyles for different characters according to their characteristics or whatever you want. And then from top, again, I come down to the opposite side until I hit the ear. So this is a shape and volume of my character's hair. Then I can darken inside of the eyebrows or Conan a little. Then I will come to the eyes as usual, I emphasize on the upper eyelid, which would be this line at the top of the eye. And then I work on these pupils and I'll darken them as well. Also, add a light inside of his eye, basically inside of his pupil to make it look more interesting. And then for this, I would also consider light as well as you can see. He's a very cute, cute baby boy character. And I can also darken the top of the nose. And I'll also work on my character's mouth and lips and dark in them. I can also work inside of the ear, use a simple line and just go down to the rest of the face and jaw. And just like that, I'll complete my work. And at last I'll take my editor eraser to erase all the extra lines and all the guidelines that we have here. This is it. This is a character. This is actually a boy character that we've created again, which is so cute and different. 9. Polite boy face (three quarter view face): Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm here again with another tutorial session for you. Well, in this session we are going to create another boy character together, obviously its face. And this time we are going to create it in a three-phase says View bought in the completely opposite direction of our previous character. So it would look this way Towards right. I'll start, we'd creating this skull. So I would have this skull as the shape of a circle. And then I'll add a small jaw to my character. As you can see. Because my character is a trial, we should definitely consider a smaller jaw for him. Then I will add the neck to him. Alright. Now I'm going to work on the different parts of my character's head. Before doing anything. First of all, I will determine this direction line for the face, as you can see. And I would also determine the placement of the ear in this way. Okay. Now this is from our first ear that we can see over there. And you should consider that as much as this direction line comes toward the front view, we can see the other ear as well. But if I wanted to create the other ear, I will just bring my direction line of the face a little bit toward left. So my face and my head would be more towards the front view. Therefore, in this position you can also see the other ear. This is something that you can easily use on your characters that as much as your face is turned toward the front view, you can see more of both ears. Okay. I want my character to have short hair. And I want the hair to go up, especially in front. Just like that, we can create the volume of the hair up ward. Okay. Because our character's hair is short. We can just go a little above the skull and bring it down again. And I'm telling all about these points and hints to you because I want you to use your creativity and create any Harris style that you'd like. Okay, now I want to work on my face as details. I mean, face parts basically. So I would be determining the placement of the eyebrows. These are the eyebrows over here. You should consider that this direction line is for our face, and you should not consider the one next to it, the first one. Because I wanted to show you the ears. Just as easy as that I would be creating the eyes. You should definitely consider that the eye, which is closer to you, is a slightly bigger than the other one, which is further because it goes into perspective, obviously. Again, I say, I'd say that as the face actually turns toward the front view, the eyes would be on the same size, but as it's turned more, it goes more into perspective. I'd be creating my character's nose. I'd be creating a very, very simple nose for the character. And I would also consider a linear mouth. Now, I'm going to add the details to my character. So if I want to start from the hair, basically I can create several lines in order to give it a different style. They can get more stylish. And for this bar that has gone up, I can also create several more shapes and volumes, even for these ones that are coming toward the inside of the face. Okay. And I just create the rest of it on this other side. Now I would also create the shape of the ear with two lines like this. And then I'd be determining and working on the general shape of my head and face. Alright. Now I'm going to work on the eyebrows and create D eyebrows as well. This way. Then for this upper part of the eye, I will add a little bit of darkness. Just to emphasize on the upper eyelid. And then I'll determine the direction of the eyes, basically the pupils. I'd want to show them my character is looking this way. I can create DIs in this position. And then I could also create this darkness inside of the eye, which are basically the pupils. And then I can also work on the nose and the lips a little bit more. And then I work on the rest of the clouds, the cooler, and a little bit of the shoulders and arms. He's a simple character. And this is our other boy that we've created in this direction and position. And obviously atlas, I'm going to use my editor eraser to erase all these guidelines and extra lines there for my character would show itself better and more just to make it pop out. Alright, that's it. This is our baby boy character which is facing towards the right. And here it is. 10. Chubby boy face with hat (three quarter view face): Hello everyone. I'm back again with another tutorial session for you. In this session, again, we're going to create another boy character. Wanted to see how it's done. Alright, for starting our work. I'll create first the volume of my character's head. And again, I want to create another chubby boy. Therefore, the volume of the face that we actually consider over here should be a little bit more Elizabeth, bit bigger. Therefore, I will create the skull bigger, obviously. So I can show that choppiness and my character. So I will determine this direction line for the face. And I want it to be almost in a three-phase says view. And in this shape. Then I'll be determining the placement of the rest of the head and body parts. But before I do that, I can also create a bit of my character's body because the character that I'm creating should also have a body. Because my character is chubby. I actually eliminate the neck. And I start from, it's close. This is actually more than just being chubby. He is overweight. Now, I'm going to add ear to the face. And I will create my character's hair. But this time I want to create also a hat for my character. So I'd be creating only a part of the hair. Then I bring it a little tour inside of my character's face. And then after that, I will add the volume of the shape of the hat. I be placing the hat over here from the top of my ear and I'll create a curved line until the end of the hair. Then I just go up a little and I bring back my line just like that in this way. And then I'll continue to create the risks of my characters hat. And then I'll create the back of the hat. Just like this. Alright, this is my characters hat. That I can also show the shape of it with a line like this, a curved line like this. Because you want to show it's bent backwards. Now I am going to create this parts of my face. So from here, I will complete my face. And then I will determine the placement of my character's eyes. Now because my character's hair is coming into his face, I can create one of the eyebrows just like that. And also the other one little over here. Now, I'm also going to create my character's eyes. Because I want to create my character in a way that he is shocked or surprised. Therefore, I'm going to create the eyes completely circularity. Then I would work inside of the eye. Again. Round pupils inside of them. So I can show this shocking or surprising emotion and his face. So I'll create the eyes this way. Then I'd be working on the nose and I'll create a funny, fun and simple nose for him. Then. Completely Lintner. I'll create a mouth. I mean, I just basically showed with one line in this position and in this shape in order to show the emotion on the face even better than I would also create lines inside of the year to make them more complete. Alright. Now I'm going to add just a little bit of details to my character from the top of the head, which would be the shape of r hat. Just like that. And also I will work on the top part of the head in this way. So that's it. Now, I'm going to create this hair which is coming toward inside of the face. We can actually give it more shape and more detail just to make it more complete. And for this part which has came inside of the face on the forehead, we can create shapes like this. And then also from here, we can come down and go underneath the hat. Then for the eyes as usual, I'm going to darken this upper eyelid. A little. Just emphasizing on this line. And then just like that, I would work on the other eye as well. I'll darken the upper eyelid or little. And from this side of the face, I come down until I reach the chin. And going up again to the ear over here. That rhymed. Okay. Then also we can show more of the body's volume here. Actually the body's shape. So this is our overweight or chubby boy character. Again in a three-phase says view. But it's a character who is shocked or surprised. Then as usual, at blast, I'll pick up my eraser and I'd be erasing all the extra lines and guidelines for this character. Any lines which are extra should be eliminated and erased in order for our work to be neat, clean, and showing itself perfectly this way. So here we are. And we can also shade my character's hair or we cannot do this, we can skip it, but just in order for you to see how much you can create differences in your characters and how much you can use your own creativity. I'm going to show it to you. I'm actually shading this area in order to show the volume of the hair even better and more, see very easily. I'll create several lines downward. 11. Boy face with freckled face: Hello, To love my dearest friends. I'm here with another tutorial session for you. In this session, we are going to create a boy's character's head. And we want to see how we can get it done. Alright, I'll start my work with creating a circle. Then after that, I will determine the direction line for my character's face. My character's face is in the front view. Therefore, I just create a straight line and with that, I determined the direction. Alright. I would also consider a small jaw for my character. From both sides. I come down a little because I want my boy's face to be a little bit stretched and long. Therefore, create small draw for him. And after that, I'll create my characters neck. This position. And after that, I will determine my characters ears placement. Wheat creating two lines. I will place my ear in this area, one on this side and another one on the other side. And actually, I'll get help from these two guidelines to create my ears on the same level. Okay? Now I'm going to create a general shape for my character's hair. You see, I start a little bit above the skulls, top, top of the skull. And then in this way, I will create a parting of the head. They are to say the hair. And then from inside of my face, I will complete this shape in a general way to create the Harris style in a general look. Then later I will add some details to it. And then from this side, I'll be creating it this way. Then I'll create and I actually complete the shape of the hair this way. Now I'm going to complete the shape of the face parts, like for example, the eyebrows. So I will consider the eyebrows, get a very simple shape. And then basically I will create the shape of the eye. And also for the eye, I can create an O wall containing the eyebrow. Therefore, the beginning and the end part of our eyes would be on the same level and they would be the same size. Then I can create the shape of the eye with creating two circles inside of this oval. And I'll be completing the shape of my eye. Then after that, I will feel inside of the ear with two circles like this. Alright. Now, I would also consider the shape of the nose in this way. And then we'll determine the general shape. I'll create a general shape of my character's lips. Now, I want his lips and his mouth to be get out of this very usual way that all the mouth has. Then I will consider the mouth in this shape. And I'll create the upper lip like this. And then I will create a small line for this area beneath my lips and my mouth. And I will create several shapes over here for the chin. Now, I'm going to add the details to my character's body. I'll start with my character's hair. And basically from here that I have departing of the hair, I create several a small shapes like this. And then I'll continue them to create duress of the Harris style. For this inner part of my character's hair. I would also create several shapes to show the volume of that because you don't want it to be to organize or looking like a surface. That's it. Ok. And for the right side, I'll add some more shapes and I just give it a difference time. And then I'll continue it down up to here and I'll complete the hair. Then I will go all around to face. And then I will just create the depth inside my characters ear with a simple line. In this way. Obviously, just do the same for the other ear as well. Okay. I'm going to add some details to the eyebrows and the eyes. For example, I can shade the eyebrows in order to give them more complete shape and view. Then I will darken this line on the top of the eye, which would be the upper eyelid. And then I'll create this darkness for the pupil. This shape. Therefore for an a nose. It also creates several more lines and maybe even some freckles. So we're just applying several random points that I'm adding to the cheek and the nose area. I'll just create some freckles for him in order to make it even more different. Then for the nose, I'd add some more details and then I'll shade the lip. Here we are. Now for my character's nose. We can create some clouds. So it wouldn't look like that. Our neck would just suddenly stop from the head down. And this is our character. Now, for our character, we can basically take our eraser and erase all the extra lines there for our character would show itself in the perfect way. And then we are going to erase all the extra lines and also the guidelines without eraser. Also at the lines for the ears, for the volume of our face and everything. So this way, our character is completed. 13. Boy face with big eyes and attractive hair (three quarter view face): Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm here again with another tutorial session for you. And in this session, we are going to create another boys character and only its head. As usual, I start with the general shape of my characters hit. And actually I'm going to start with creating something between a circle and an oval. The shape is in-between them. And I start my work with this. Then after that, I will determine the direction line for my character's face. I want my character turn into three phases. View a little. I don't want it to be too much, but I wanted to be a little. Alright. Now I'd be adding the shape of the neck. And we should consider that when our character is in a three faces view, if it goes through the direction line, the part which is closer to us would be seen more and the other part which is further from us, would be seamless. And you should definitely go through that and get that principles when you want to create your character. I want my character to be a happy character. Therefore, I'd have to create the shape of the cheekbones and cheeks because it's probably smiling. So just like that, I would just start creating some cheekbones for my character. And from this side also, I would do the same. And at the same time as you can see, I'm shaping my head more and more. And I would have one of my characters ear in this area. And I'll consider a very big ear for the character. Because our character is a child. So all the face parts are going to be considered big enlarge. I'll create the other ear as well because we can see a part of it. No, it's completely bought a part of it. Because our head is not completely in a three-phase. His view, it's turned toward the front view a little, as I said before. Now I'm going to create the hair on my characters hit. I would just start from here to create the hair. And also from here, I'll create a partying. And I dress shape and angle my hair just to give it a different style. As you can see, it looks so fun. And then the rest of the hair will be created like this. I just create some curves here, some angles here, and different shapes to complete my hair's volume and style. And at last, we will complete this area which covers the forehead. And a little over here. Okay? And, um, later for detailing phase, I am going to add details. Now for our creating my characters eyebrow. I will consider this area and I'll create the eyebrows in this shape. As you can see, they are a little tilt down with a good curve and the other eyebrow will be created according to this one. Because it's further from us. It would be smaller and thinner. Now, I want to create my character's eyes. First. I'll create a line for both of my eyes. Therefore, I can just measure my eyes with this slide. So first I create the eye which is closer to me. And obviously Baker, I just created like a semicircle. And the lower part of this lower line actually of this semicircle would be straight with a little curve. Maybe. That basically it would be mostly straight. Then I'll create the other eye as well. And after that, I will create a PO pills. Alright. Then I will add the nose to my character. And because our characters in a three-phase says view and the tip of the nose is going up. It will actually cover a small part of our further i. Then I'll create a nostril for him as well. Now for his mouth, because as I said before, my character is smiling and laughing. I will create a shape like this. For his mouth. Would be the upper limit. And I'll create another one for the lower lip, creating it this way. And I could also create two cute bunny teeth here in front of his mouth to shape it this way to shape my character. And then I'll completed with applying two lines on the corners of my mouth on both sides of it. Okay. Now I'm going to add some more details to my character's face. And obviously, I would be starting with my character's hair. So I'll start with a parting. I'll create several hair coming out of it. Then I shape it down, going up again. And also creating this area. And I'm going to complete this area. For my characters ear, I would consider a line to show the depth of it and show that its volume. I'll do the same for the other ear as well. Okay. Now I'm going to continue the risks of the hair. I go up from the top and bring it down. I'm just following the lines that I've already created to shape my hairstyle. His Harris Hill, actually. I can even shade the hair or I can just skip it, but I just want to shade it a little over here so you can see the volume of the hair even better. And as you can see, I'm creating the lines, short and small lines in the correct direction of the hair to show that where the hair is growing and which shading you can basically determined the direction of the hair, whether it's going up, down, left, or right. You can make your character even more complete. Alright, now what I'm going to do, I'm going to work on the eyes. Obviously. I started with darkening with the upper eyelid for this one. And then I'd be applying the darkness inside of my characters PO o pills. And I'll do exactly the same for this other eye, which is further from us. Creating actually darkening the upper eyelid and then darkening the pupil, flattening it mostly. Then foreign and nose. I also emphasize on the lines and I'll shade a little bit on the lower part of the nose. And then I'll complete the shape of the face going from both sides toward the neck. And then I create the neck and the shared or t-shirt that he's wearing. And I'll shade inside of the mouth as well. And in the last step, I'm going to pick my eraser and erase all the extra lines and guidelines from my whole work. So the shape of our character would be completed. Alright. These are some extra lines that I'd be erasing. Also do the same for inside of the ears. And I can also apply some more shadings for this area below the chin and neck are never got erased accidentally. While you're erasing, you can redo it right now. 14. Surprised boy face: Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm here again with another tutorial session for you. Well, in this session we're going to create another boys character together. So as usual, I'd be starting with the general shape of our character's head, like this. And then with almost something is shaped between the circle and an oval. I'll start my work. Then I will create my direction line for the face. Then after that, I am going to determine the general shape of different face parts here. After adding the neck. Because I'm going to add the neck and a little bit of the shoulders or bodies volume in order not to stop after the head just suddenly. Then I'll create another line to separate the lower 1 third of the face. And here would be the placement of my characters ears. You see, I've used these guidelines to determine the placement of the ears. So I'd be creating the ears small and circulatory. Because our character is very young. Therefore, I will complete the shape of the jaw because I own deface to be a little bit round. Alright? After Dad, I'm going to determine the general shape of the character's hair. This way. Actually I'd be adding the hair part by part. And I'm kinda creating BZ here for my character. I just make it simple. Next, ears. And I'll just do the same on the other side of the head as well. Okay? Then for this inner part of the phase, I'll determine a shape like this. And from both sides. I'd be just coming down like this. And I'll work on the top of the hair very easily. Then I'll be determining the placement of the face part. And our character's face is going to show the shock or surprise in his face. I mean, we want to show the emotion of surprising or shocking basically on his face. In order to do that, as you can see, I've created DIs, completely circulatory. And then I create a pupils very big. Comparing to the usual way. Again, I create the other eye, the same rounded circle eyes and then big pupil inside of it. All right. Now I'm also going to create my character's nose. And I bring the nose toward this side, a little left. And I also create a mouth in a surprising or shocking way, open and like this. And I can also create two teeth for my character, front of his mouth. And now that I'm done with the general shapes, I'm going to add just some touch ups and several details to my character to make it whole and more complete. Alright, come out of this part a little. I'll just do the same for this side. Then. For the ears. I'm going to create two lines inside of it. Then I shade the eyebrows. And then I will emphasize and darken the upper eyelid. And then I'd be actually darkening the darkness inside of the eye. And I can also emphasize on the lower line of my eye as well here. Then for the nose it's enough. And I'd be just working on the mouth as well. I will darken all the parts except the teeth. See. This is boy character in a shocking phase that can be created easily this way. Then obviously I will erase all the extra lines all around my work. So I'd be erasing all the guidelines and all the extra lines at the same time. Okay? And here it is. Therefore, my character can show itself better and is more. Here we go. Alright. That's it. 15. Smiling boy face with hat and curly hair: Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm here again with another tutorial session. And in this session, we are going to create another character. We want to see how it's done. Okay? Well, I start with creating my character's face. Then I'll be adding the neck to him. Then I'll be determining the direction line of the face. And as you can see, the face is in the front view. I'm going to create a general shape for my characters ears. Well, my face to be turned very, very slightly. I don't want it to be turned too much. Then as you can see, I will turn their head and I will place the ears over here. And everything that we're doing would be very easy according and based on our guidelines, I mean, if we get help from them, we can create everything that we won't very easily. I wanted to create a hat for my character and then I'll add the hair from both sides coming to that. I start from above the head and then I'll bring it down. Then we should consider almost something like a semicircle. And then placing the hat on the skull. And if even I want to make it a cap, I can shape it like this. Then I can add the back of my cap like this as well. Okay. Now I'm going to create my character's hair coming out of the cab from both sides. Well, I'd be considering their hair curly. It's like my character has an afro. And I'll completed this way. Then. I'm going to add the details to him. So before we start the face parts, I will create the shape of the hair which has came inside of the hair, sorry, inside of the face from both sides. And then we can continue. Well, we can continue with creating the eyebrows. As I said in the beginning, we should consider that our head is turned just a little. It's a slightly turned, and we should actually apply it in our face parts as well. I create eyes as circles in this way. And then I'll be creating the darkness inside of the eye. Now I'm going to work on the nose and create the nose as well. And then I create a linear mouth for our boy. Okay. Now I'm going to complete the shape of the face. So it would be in the shape that I like. So this is our neck. And then I just add some clouds to him as well. Now I want to work on the details on my cap a little. And I'm just going to create several lines on the cap coming down this way. Okay? Now I'm going to add the details to the cap. Okay. Now I'm going to shade this area so it can show the difference between inside and outside of the cap. And then the front part of the cat will be created. And even over here, I can create a curl coming out of this area. Alright? Okay. And you can actually create these curls in different parts just to emphasize on the volume of the hair and determining a little. Okay? And then with shapes like this, I will emphasize on the curly texture of my character's hair. That he has an afro here. Then I will shape the ears in this way and here like that. And then I would work on the eyebrows. I'll darken them. And then I will darken the upper eyelid here for both eyes. And then I'll create a light inside of the pupil. And I'll do the exact same thing on the second eye as well. Well, I can just darken a little bit below the eye, the slower line of the eye. So my eye would actually show itself better. And now I'd be erasing these extra lines a little. So I character which show itself better in this way. So after detailing my character and completing it, now it's time to erase the guidelines and any extra lines or even the lines you've accidentally create. This would be our character in Hall. This is actually a neat complete character. So that's it. This is our boys character. 16. Boy face with big glasses: Hello to all of my dearest friends. We are here again with another tutorial session for you. Well, in this session we are going to create another boys character together. Well, I'd be starting with the general shape of my character's face this way. And then I will add the direction line to my character's face. As you can see, my character is in the front view, therefore, the direction line, we'll just go through the middle of the face. Then I will add the ears for him. Just like that. And I'll create the shape of my characters ears in this way. And I actually, as you can see, I'm considering almost big ears for the character. Then I'll be creating my characters hairstyle. From here I create a parting for my character. Then I create the hair very generally, and I will add some details to it in this way. And then for this inner part, I'll create the shapes like this, coming into the face a little on the forehead basically. Okay. I'm going to create the shape of my characters jaw. I wanted to be more clear so I shape it more. Also. I will create my characters neck, and even a part of his clerks. Here we go. Okay. Now I want to work on my face parts. I want this character to have glasses. Therefore, first, I'll be creating the eyebrows. Because I want my character to wear very, very big round glasses. I'm going to use almost two big circles for the glasses. I want him to have big round glasses, so I have to create them. But the shape of a circle. We would also create the other glass. And then I'll create my characters I inside of the glass. It would be actually behind it if you think about it. Okay. Now, I can even apply the pill, pills inside of the eye and do the same for this other eye, which is on the left side. And then actually I'd be adding the nose here. Just like that. I want to create a smile for my character, but I want it to be a little angular. And I just bring one corner of the mouth up. Comparing to the other side. I'm going to add the details to my character. Obviously. First I started with my character's hair, which is the topmost part of the character. So I'll be shaping the hair in different parts. And I'll do the same in this front part. And then I bring the rest of them down. Okay? So I'd be adding this and just create different styles, you know, dividing them in different parts. To shave her hair style. I would also want to complete the ears. But this line that I'm creating here, then I would want to complete the classes. I would also darken the eyebrows as well. And after that, I will darken the upper eyelid for the eyes, and then I will darken inside of the pupils to create them. Actually. As I said before, you'll do the same exact thing for the other eye. Then I would work on the nose and the lips, which are leaner here and reshaping the math easier. After I've done that, I can easily erase all the guidelines and all the extra lines over here for our work would be completed. Start from the top, From the lines which are in the hair. And then I just going to I'm just going to continue down to erase all the rest of the extra lines. And there are some shapes which are behind and on the back, so they should also be erased. This is our whole complete boy character. And I can even keep the glasses to show it better. We haven't darken the hair to show it's coming on top of or over the glasses. But I haven't done that, so I should show the glasses edge. 17. Little cute girl face: Hello to all of my dearest friends. Good evening to you all. I'm here again with another tutorial session for you. In this session, we are going to create several heads of the characters, but this time we're going to create girl characters and their heads. Want to see how we can create variety in this situation. Well, first of all, I'd be starting with this skull of my head. And then I'll create it as a shape of a circle. So in this way, I will create a circle as the skull. Okay? Now I'm going to divide this circle into two parts with one guide or direction line for the face. Then I will determine the general placement of the face parts here. First of all, I'd been determining the placement of the ears. I'm going to create a line in the lower 1 third of our work. And then we will be determining the placement of the ears. And because we have actually a young baby girl, we only create the skull and we do not create any job for her. Because we want to show that this character is very, very young. There to prevent aging our character, I will not create the jaw. So I'm going to use some guidelines in order to determine the placement of the second year. And then I'd be adding the neck to my character. In this way. Now I'll create the General Harris style for the character. I start from this inner part of the skull, and I'll just create some shapes to consider the hair going through this area. And I'll just do the same from this side. And for this upper part, some distance from the skull, I will consider volume or shape for this upper part of my character's hair or the top part of her hair. Then, in order to show that my character is a girl, is a baby girl. I'd be adding a shape like this to the hair. Then I'd be adding a part over here as well, and another one over here. Ok. And now I'll determine the placement of the eyebrows and eyes as well. As you can see, we've considered very small eyebrows for our character. Again, because I say, I'm sorry, I said before that our characters age is very, very young. Therefore, we should not add any extra details to our work. You just do it up to here. Now, actually, I'd be creating big eyes for the character in this way. And because my character is a girl, I'll also consider bigger eyes for her. Then I'll create a PO pill inside of the eye. Now, for this area below the eyes, I can't use several lines. Therefore, I can show I am having a baby girl, which shakes. Mean. If you want to emphasize on the cheeks, you want to show that a character has big cheeks. You can also use this curved line right beneath the eyes, just like what I did here. Then I'll creating very, very simple nose to the character without adding any details. And then I'll create my character's mouth. And for that, I'd be creating one Lintner mouth and a tooth. Like this. Show my character would look cuter than from here. From the top of the head. I be adding the details to the character. Okay? So if you want to do that, if you want to add the details, you can actually create some shapes here. And over here we can even add some more shapes. We want to show that in some parts the hair is a squeezed or when loose. Just do the exact same thing for these other two hair parts that I've created here. Okay. Then I'll be adding a shape like this and the rest of the hair. So from here I'd come down and I can even add several hair coming out. And then I get to this part, which the hair has been done. And I can have a shape for here as well. Okay. Now for the front part of the hair, as it's obvious, I'd be creating the shapes like this. I just go over my primary sketch for the hair which is covering the forehead. Then I'd be completing the ears. Then I can also create these shapes inside of the ears to give them more depth. Alright. Now for the eyebrows and for the eye, I'd be completing the lines more, make them more clear. And I would also darken the upper eyelid. Actually darken it like this. And then I'd be working on the nose a little like this. And also for the neck. I can add some more shapes in order to show the clothes. And maybe even little parts of the shoulder. Alright. This is our baby girl character that we can have in this way. 18. Smiling girl face with long hair: Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm back again with another tutorial session for you. And in this session, we are obviously going to create another girl character's head together. Alright? As usual, I'd be starting with creating the general shape of the head, which is the skull. So we would be creating the general shape of the head as the shape of a circle. And then I'd be actually using the guideline and a direction line to divide this part, to divide this shape into and well, character is young and it's a girl. We can add the jaw or we can eliminate it. It depends on the character that you are going to create. I don't want to add any jaw here now because I want my character's head to be small. Now I'm going to add my characters neck like this. And then I'd be creating the general shape and general hairstyle. Then I'll be creating the ears here before I start creating the hair. And with the use of some guidelines. I'll create the other year on the other side of the head completely parallel and on the same level. And obviously with the same size as well. Okay. Now I'm going to add the hair here. I'm going to create my character's hair style very generally. Readout too many details. I bring it on the forehead in toured inside of the face. And then from here a little above the skull. I'll make it round and bring it down. I want my character to have long hair, and I just bring it as much as I want. And I'll do the same on the other side because if she has a lawn care, it should be long on both sides. So I bring the line down and I'm going to use another guideline in order to level up the both sides of the hair so they would be completely in style. Then I bring a part of this side of the hair into the forehead. And I can also create several lines for this inner part and inner area of the hair. You see having short hair and long hair in girls can be much more different than the boys. You can just be very creative with the hair and create the styles that you like. And now the best thing to do is to continuing our body. Therefore, we can actually show the size of the hair and it can actually just make our character look better. And it will bring down the arms a little bit lower than the hair and the hair level actually. Okay. Now, I'd be determining placement of the face parts. And I'd be starting with the eyes because I want my character to have big, big eyes, big cute eyes actually. So I just determined the general placement of my characters. I, which is here. I'll create the other one over here as well with the same shape. Alright, now I'd be adding the eyebrows. Not consider my characters. Eyebrows very sick because, well, our character is a child. Because she's young. I just creates very simple eyebrows for her. Actually, I didn't shave it at all. It's just very simple. Then I become plating the eyes. Then we would be adding the darkness inside of the eye. And after dad, we can work on our character's nose. And again, because it's a child character, it's a baby girl, a young girl. We would not add details to the nose or any other parts for not getting her older. We want our characters say young. Okay, I've created the nostrils and then I've created her mouth. Just a line or a curved line and literary mouth. Now, actually I'm going to add the details to my character. First of all, obviously, I will start with my character's hair. And then I'll add a shape like this to my character's hair. I bring warm part towards the inside and then go out again. As you can see. I would have just played with the character's hair a little just because I didn't want to make it too simple. Okay. Now I just shaved this area a bit more. I'll create the line for inside of the ear. And it's the same actually for the other side as well. First, I become plating the shape of the hair. And then from here I bring it in and I would have a volume like this for the ear. And after that, I'll create this line inside of the ear in order to show its depth and it's shape. Then from the top of the head, actually, from the top of the hair, I'd be coming down straight and curved lines. Again, here I go in and I come out after each other respectively. Just to give it a better look, more natural look. Then with these lines were actually showing the volume of our character's hair. Well, I can even shade these areas which are placed as the inside part of the hair. So I'd be adding darkness here because I want to show that this area is this inner part of the hair. And in this way we're actually separating the outer part and the inner part of the hair. I'd be adding some more details for the eyes. I'll be emphasizing on this upper eyelid. Got to make it darker the line, the upper line of the eye. Then for inside of the eyes, I'll be adding darkness as a few pills. Then I do the same for both eyes in this way. And now well, I want to work a little on the nose and maybe even the eyebrows. Okay. I would also darken the eyebrows. And then a little bit of her lips and mouth and a little on the lower part of the face, just to make it darker. Alright. This is a general shape for our girls character. And now I can just easily erase the extra lines from here. So I will be erasing all the extra lines and guidelines from here. So my character would actually pop up more and we'd be more beautiful and would show itself even better than it is right now. Okay. I'm sure you can perfectly get it because it's easy and this is our next girl character. 19. Smiling girl face with curly hair: Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm here again with another tutorial session for you. And in this session, we are going to create another character together. So I'd **** starting with creating the general shape for my characters hit as the shape of a circle. I started my work with creating this. Then I will add the neck to my character. Okay? Then I would actually divide the head into two parts with my direction line or my guideline, as you can see here. And then I'd be placing the different parts of the face and my head. On the lower 1 third, I can create a line like this, so I can have the ears in their correct placement and position. Just like that. Then with another guideline, I will determine the placement of the other ear on the other side of the head. Okay. And then I would be creating the hairstyle for my character. Now, I want my character's hair to be curly. Therefore. I'm going to show the hair, as you can see with curved lines. I am using curved lines to create the style of the hair. You can almost say it's kind of a semicircle, but it has an open ending. So basically Small curved lines right next to each other. You can create your hair, but just be careful. You should not create all these lines, uh, specifically the same because if you want it to be realistic and natural, you can see that the hair is not organized and all parts of the hair does not look the same. Actually not exactly the same. So try to use some variations, some different shapes. While you're doing this and use your creativity. Bring your hair down. And you just have made the volume of this hair. Okay. Now, I'd be also bringing some of the hair to forehead. Actually it's covering the forehead. Then I will work on the neck shaping get more, maybe adding small parts of the body to her shoulders. Because we can actually emphasize the style of the hair better, as I said before, especially when you want to create shoulder height or long hair, you should create a part of your body. So you can clearly show that. I do starting with my eyebrows inside of the face. As you can see, I'm creating thin eyebrows, not thick ones. Then I'd be creating my girl character's eyes. Then we would be actually choosing almost really big eyes for our characters. The times that our character is a child or a baby. So if you have a child or baby character, make sure that the eyes would be big enough. Then I just use a simple line to create the mouth. Again, linear mouth. And all these parameters that we are using. Are all for children or kids or babies. H. Okay. This is a general shape, our character's head that v have created in this shape. Now I'm going to add some details to my character. For instance, I can create a band due on her hair. So I can go to a different style. And actually, I'd be having actually semicircle shape on our skull area to create the banjo. Because I even want to make a cuter can use to animal ears. On top of this than do. So, it would look like ears, like for example, the money yours or Mouse ears. Then I can actually shade all these areas. Okay. Now I'm going to add the details to my character's hair. Well, for example, I can bring one hair coming out of the rest of the hair and obviously with a curl because she has curly hair all over her head. So you can add some details like bringing out this curls from different parts of the hair. But try to do it randomly because you don't want to look very organized. So for example, from here we can bring another hair out, another one out again. And maybe then you can create them in opposite directions and positions. So I work with actually look cuter and it would have more details, more characteristics, and personalities. Even inside of characters, a hair onto inner part of the hair. I can also create some lines like this. So I can show that even inside of her hair is curly. And basically to show that texture of the hair which is currently style of it. Even also for this front part, I can use lines like this. So b actually adding the hair here. And for this part of the hair, I can just play with the lines a little in order to show the shape of the hair, the volume of the hair in any way. Then we can actually consider and A-band is line a bit thicker. Then I'd be determining the ear lines in this way. Then we completing the details of the face. First of all, I'd be working on the eyes. I will darken this upper eyelid. Then. I will darken inside of the eye. For the Pew pills. I mean, then I can easily work on the nose and mouth at last. After that. I can also go and darken this lower line of the face to show the volume of it bitter anymore. So this is my third girl character with curly hair and a cute, cute band, k. Now, because it's the end of our work, I can take my eraser and erase all the extra lines that I've created here, which are mostly guidelines. So it'd be actually erasing the guidelines. So my character will be neat and it can show itself. It can be actually seen better in this way. Very easily. Here we are almost done. This is our third girl character. Would acute hair. 20. Smiling girl face with short bangs: Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm here again with another tutorial session for you. Well, in this session, we are going to create another girl's character together. And obviously, for starters, I'd be creating a circle as my characters hit. So I will consider a circle for the general shape of my character's head. Then I'd be actually dividing this circle into two parts. And as you've already guessed, she is in the front view. So based on this gut line, we can create our face part's easier. Then I'd be creating the neck here. And after that, I'll be creating my characters ears. Then with the guidelines, with the help of the guidelines, I'll be placing the other ear in its correct placement. So I'm going to create the General Harris style for my character. And I want her to have a cute her. I want her hair to come on her forehead. So basically I want her to have a fringe. So between these lines that I've created here as her hair be creating several spaces so I can show dad beneath it. I have this skin of the forehead because I want to show her bangs. I would have to do that. Then from above the head, I will actually bring their hair down until the ears. Actually, I want my hair to cover a part of the ear and also a part of the forehead because she's wearing Banks. I'll just do the same for the other side of the head as well. Alright. Now I'm going to determine deface parts in my face. And actually I'm going to try to find their correct placement and create them correctly. First of all, I'd be creating the eyebrows in this position. Then again, I can get some help from these guidelines in order to create the eyes. As you can see, I am shaping the eyes like this is almost something between a circle or an oval. Actually it looks like a semicircle, just with a curved lower line. Then with another line. I will show this lower part of the eye, which is curved as I said, and it's a little bit Angular two. Then I'd be adding this circles inside of the eyes as the pupils. Now then, with the help of the guidelines, you can create the eyes and same in the exact same shape, exact same size, and exact same level. Actually, if you use guidelines, it will help you to make your work more accurate. As much as you want. You can just bring these lower lines of the eyes up or you can bring them downer. Then I will create a very cute and sharp tip nose for her. And after that, I'll be creating Elinor mouth again. We didn't line, I create a smile. Now I be adding the details to the hair. For example. For here on the top of the head. I can create a band. A band do actually. So the character would not have very simple hair actually, I wanted to add something to it that it wouldn't be just bangs. First, I create a line based on my skull line and then I add another line right next to it. And even on a part of it, for example, here, I can make a bow tie to make it very, very cuter like this. Then I'd be creating several lines here on the bank so we can show the direction of the hair coming down. And basically more textures and more styles of their hair will be shown like that. Then I'd be creating several more lines for this lower part of the hair. Okay. And now I'm going to add the details to the face. Well, as you can imagine, I'm starting with eyes and eyebrows. So I emphasize on this upper eyelid, I will darken it on both eyes, obviously. And then I will go into the pupil. Apply the pupils color. Alright, Dan, I work on the nose and at last, this would be the mouth. After creating all these details inside of the face, I can also create the lower line of the face, which would be a jaw and chin. Then actually as you can see, the hair has covered a part of the ears, but the part that we can see is so light, so I'm going to emphasize on them as well. Then after that, I create the neck and a part of my character's body. Last as usual, I'd be erasing all the guidelines and extra lines, so my character would look good and neat and cubed all at the same time. I can even use my eraser for inside of the eyes just to make the eyes pop out much more. So when you erase all the extra lines, even the tiny ones inside of the eyes, this would be perfect and it would be done. So here it is. Here's our other girl character with bangs. 21. Surprised girl face with long hair: Hello everyone. I'm back again with another tutorial session for you. In this session we are going to create another girl's character together. Well, I'm going to create a girl's character's head, which actually has a stretched face. I started with creating the general shape of the skull, which would be as the shape of a circle. But because I said, I want my girls face to be stretched and long. We are going to shape our circle and little similar to an oval because I wanted to create a long face. This time I want my character to be in the three faces view. Therefore, I will determine this direction line for my character's face, going down this way. Then I am going to create my characters jaw. And after that, you can see how long her face is going to be. So I continue that. I'll do here. As you can see, I'm just granting general shapes and then later I'd be adding some changes or details to it later. Okay. Then I will add my characters neck over here. Then. I am going to create a part of the body as well. Just a small part of them, maybe top part of the shoulders. Then I'm going to determine the placement of my characters ear. So I would have the ear, this area. And because the head and the face is long, the ear would be bigger as well. Now I would also create the Harris style for my character. I start from inside of the face, going up above the skull a little and then coming down and out, obviously. And then I bring it all in toward the neck. From this side of the face, I would do exactly the same. I start from this side of the face and I will continue. The shape of the hair. Just like this. As you could see, I've just added a little bit of volume and shape to my character's face. Because I want it to be more like this. Well, you can add or eliminate any parts of the face that you want. It depends totally on the character that you are going to create. Then I create this part of the hairstyle as well, which goes through the face. And four here, which goes behind the head, I create a part of the hair. Because our face is in a three-phase says view and we would not see the other part, the other side completely. We only see a part of it that we can create it easily like this. And the rest of it would be just the shape of our forehead that can be seen. Now, I'm going to determine the placement of my character's face parts. First of all, I'm just starting with the eyebrows in this way. Alright. Then after that, I'd be creating the other eyebrow like that. Now I have created the general shape of my eyebrows and now I want to do the same for the eyes. So I can add the other eye right on the other side of the face. This way. Okay. Now, I'm going to determine the placement and the position of the nose as well because obviously she needs a nose too. So this would be her nose. And their dad, clearly, we are going to create the mouth. But as you can see, I am going to create a mouth in this shape. We are actually creating an open mouth. So we would also create the teeth inside of the mouth, like that. Linear lips and then teeth inside of the mouth. Now, I'm going to work a little bit more on the face part. And now I want to work on my character's hair. I wanted to create a Band-Aid here. So from behind the ears we will actually add this shape. As I go up. I will create the shape that I want to be placed on this band. I want to create a bow tie on it. So I will create it over here on the top of her head. And from the other side. I'll do the same exactly in this way. And now I want to work on my characters clothes. I can create a bit of it, so I will create the clouds as much as I can see it. I have created these parts of the cola with some specific shape. And up to here is enough for creating our character's body because it's not our goal. Here in this course. I'm going to add some details to the character. Well, I want to add the details with my edit. But if you'd like, you can also sharpen the tip of your pencil. Sorry, you can sharpen it really, really hard to poverty would be very thin and sharp. Then you can use your pencil for adding the details, but I just took the easy way and I use the edit. Depends on you. You can see I've started with the hair over here. And I am creating the shapes on the hair coming down next to the ear. Then for this part, which is on the other side of the head, I'm going to add some more shapes only in here. Now from the sides of the head, I will go down and then go tour to Joe in this way. Then after that, I'd be working on the neck. And from genetic, I moved toward the ear. Then I'd be adding the shape of the ear are actually making it more complete. And I'll work inside of the ear to create a good shape for it. Actually to show the volume of it, depths of it. Then from behind my bow tie, I continue the hair down until I get to this lower part of the hair, bottom part of it. I can create several shapes over here because it's going to be completely straight lines. And I'll just do the same for this area. And I come down, I just shaped this area to get a better shape for the hair. From the hairstyle. Dan, I can work on my banjo and her bow tie. Working it like this. I'll complete it in this way. Alright, now I'm going to detail this inner parts of her face, which would be starting with the eyebrows. I'm going to go over them, make my lines darker. And I'll do the same for the other eyebrow as well. Well, I can also shade inside of the eyebrows. And now I'm going to work on my character's eyes, make them more complete. I emphasize on the upper eyelid making it darker. And actually, I'm going to create an eyeliner for her. As you can see, I just brought a little part out of the outer corner of her eye. Then I create her pupil. I'll just do the same for the other eye as well. I emphasize on the upper eyelid. Make it darker, making eyeline are for her. And then I would be completing the eye. I should actually dark into PO pill, add it to my work. And I would also dark in it. Then I would want to work on the nose, shape it like this. Now I want to move toward my character's lips and create the mouth and also her teeth. Okay. At the end of my work, I can easily erase all these extra lines. So my character, which show itself in the way that it's supposed to be seen. C, when you erase all these extra lines and these guidelines, you can just see your work better and it will pop out. It will be much more prettier like this. Well, as you can see, I'm going part by part through everything to say wherever I need to erase something, I'll erase it. Then I'd be working on this top part of the hair, erasing all the lines over here and all around the hair and hit. Okay. And now I work is complete from Nick up now from neck down. I'm just going to move on these lines once more to make them darker so we can actually show the clouds as well. Her Kohler and a part of her shoulders. That's it. This is our girl character with a longer stretched face, which is of course in a three phases view. I can even add several lines over here in front of her hair toward back in order to show the direction of my character's hair that it is going. So it can show the hair is going up and down again. 22. Funny smiling girl face with short hair: Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm here again with another tutorial session for you. Well, in this session we are going to create another girl's character together. And obviously we are going to create a different one. Well, usual IPO starting with creating my girls a skull in a general shape. And I just start with the shape of a circle. In this way. Then I'd be moving to the rest of the parts. Okay, I'll be adding my characters neck here. But I want to face to be turned a little. I want to be turned slightly, not too much. Therefore, I can just create this direction line for the face. And now the thing that I do is to add the neck over here. Then I can even create a small part of the body below the neck. Okay. So I can just consider a part for the clouds as well. I can work on my character's face parts. Later, I will add some more details even to her clothes. But right now I have to make things complete in my head first. And in order to make it more complete, I would have to first create the ears in their correct position in placement. And because my head is turned and tilde at the same time, I will create the ears in this angle. And D are not straight as you can see, because the head is not as straight. Still today I interned at the same time. So I'd be creating the ears over here and the second one would be placed here. As you could see, I got help from my guidelines. Now I'm going to determine a general Harris style for my cute girl. I want the character to have some of her hair covering her forehead. I want to bring it through her face. I bring it down and I shape it like this. Then I'll do the same for the other side of the face and bring it right down next to the ear and moving back to the back of the head. And now I'll create the top of the hair a little bit above the skull. So this would be the volume of my hair. And then later I would add the details to different parts of her. Well, I want my character to have maybe a ponytail like this. So I'd be considering a shape like this for her hair. And I'll create Doris of it like that. And maybe even instead of a ponytail, I'll be getting the hair done and tightened over here as well. And then from here, I move toward the hair. Oh, consider a shape like this. For my tight Hair. I'll create the eyebrows in this way. And I'll create other eyebrow. The same way. And now we will be determining the placement of the eyes. After we are done with the eyebrows. Here, I would place the eyes and as you can see, I am creating the eyes and little bit bigger. Therefore, we can emphasize on the fact that our character is a child and it's very young. If you pay attention. And all of our models, we've done that. And then for the lower parts of the eyes, I can use some kind of straight lines, which are maybe even a little curved to make it different. Then I will create the nose. And then after that, for my character's mouth, I'll create a shape like this as like she is a smiling but she has linear mouth. And another thing that I'd be doing is to complete the shape of the face with going over these lines like this. Until I get to this area. And then I'd be shaped the ear first on this side. And I can also create some lines, or even one line inside of the ear to create its depth. Then I'll do to say exactly for the other side of the face. First, I'd be working on the volume and the shape of the face. Then I would move on to create the ear and make it more detailed. I'll get to my characters neck. And for her neck, I'm going to add some details like this. Maybe I can create some kind of a necklace for her, going to create a coal ours. As you can see, I'm shaping Coca-Cola right now in a very different way. Then I move up to add the details to my character's face. So if I start from the top of the hair, I'll be completing the shape of the hair and the hair style. This way. I might just creates several shapes over here. And then for here that I've tightened the hair, I'd be adding a shape like this. Then I move up to create the other side of the hair. Almost the same way. I mean, the procedure is the same. This shapes can be a little different from each other. So that depends on you. I just add this line. Therefore, your work would be cuter. And it can actually show the volume of the hair better. The front part of the hair would be just the same. I just follow the lines that I've already created. And now I want to work on my characters. I am going to create a PO pill inside of the eye. I will darken the upper eyelid a bit more to emphasize on it. And then I'll be creating the pupil. Before I start darkening the pupil, I will create a light area in both eyes. And then after that, I can darken inside of the pupils. And then you can see how cute she will be. Now I'm going to erase all the extra lines and guidelines. So you can see that our work is done here. Should look so cute. And also different from the ones that we've created previously. And of course, after you be erasing these extra lines and guidelines, your work will show itself more and more. It would be way more attractive. So that's our character's face. 23. Little girl face with big eyes: Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm back again with another tutorial session for you. And in this session, again, we are going to create another girl's character together. So as usual as we did for each other, character that we've been creating up to now, I'd be starting with a circle as the shape of the skull. Alright. Now I'd be adding a line over here in the middle of my circle in order to divide the face into two parts equally. Because I wanted to create my face in the front view. Then I'd be determining the shape of the head. Well, because I want to come toward inside of the skull a little, because I want my character to have cheeks. I actually want to add hair more cheeks and cheekbones. If I come toward inside from both sides, I can create a shape for the cheeks or cheekbones for my character. As you can see. I come toward inside and then I bring it out again. Okay. Now, I'd be determining the placement of the neck and I'd be creating part of my body as well. Okay. Now I would want to add my characters ears in this area that I went in a little. So this would be actually the placement of the ear. And I can even use a guideline to create the other ear the second year. This other side of the head. Alright. Now I'm going to create a general Harris style for my character. Well, I want my character's hair to have a parting from here and would actually move toward the ear like this. And from the other side, it should go to the other ear. In the same way. And for the volume for the top of the hair. I started from this very point that I've determined departing for my hair. So I would separate the hair from here. And again from this side, I go up and I create the rest of the hair. And I bring it toward the opposite side and then bring it down. And I bring it down right next to the ear. Alright. Now I want to create the risks of the hair. And I want to actually tighten it up over here. So the rest of the hair will be come out of here and part of it would be coming out of this side of the head. Okay. Then I will consider another shape for this ending part of the hair. And then later when I want to add the details, I will give these areas more shapes. Now, I would want to work on this inner parts of the face like the eyebrows, eyes, nose, and mouth. Starting with the eyebrows. And as you can see, I'm creating a small simple eyebrows for her. Then. We would be creating our character's eye. And as usual and as before, I'll create my girl's eyes bigger, but this time I'm going to create a different shape for the lower part of the eye. Because I want to express on her cheeks. This time. I'll create big eyes. But on the lower parts of the eyes as you can see, I have created a very curved area. Again, I say this shape that I'm adding here on the lower part of the eye is only to emphasize and express the cheeks and cheekbones. So I can show them with this even more. Alright. Now I'm going to create this inner part of my characters. I, basically I'm creating the pupils. So I would create the pupil in this way. And now I would want to work on my character's nose. There. I want to create this shape of the nose. Again, very, very simple and small. And because my character is smiling, I can just make my nose a little bit wire not bigger. I'm going to consider a wider in order to show on my smile more emphasized on that. Then I will create linear mouth for her. But I create a beautiful smile for her. And I'm both corners. I bring the lines up to emphasize on my characters, the smile. This is it. And now I want to work on the details of my character. Well, if I want to start with my character's hair, I can consider shaped like this for this area, for the parting of the head and the hair. And then from here, I moved toward the ear. And I can work on this inner part of the hair of the face, which is covering the forehead. And we'd just several lines. I can show the direction of the hair which is coming down from the top. And you can also show this volume more with these several lines, especially because your hair will be actually tightened up from behind the ears. You can just bring all these lines down together and toward each other so you can show that they are coming from top-down. And then behind the ears they're going to be squeezed together and be tightened up. Then for inner part of the ear. I'm going to create our allies order to separate different parts of the ears. And I would not work for inside of it. You can add various details. And even over here, on the rest of the hair, I can add some more lines. Then I can shape the hair more completely. And then with several lines, I can easily complete the hair. For the other sides is the same. I'm going to create the hair rid of volume like this. Then I'd be continuing that with several lines. Then for the chin, I just create a small curve. And then I can also create a bit of my characters clips in this way. It's like she's wearing a top. Alright? Then I can actually keep a light inside of the pupils and then darken the rest of it. So you can see the cuteness and her eyes. Characters are very cute and beautiful and I'm sure you can do it even better than this. And I can also emphasize on this upper eyelid of the eye. Then I'd be erasing all these extra lines. So my work would be done. Just like that. I erased the skull line from my primaries sketch. Then I erase all these guidelines inside of the face. And I erase all the extra lines as well. And our face would be completed in this way. This is another girl character that we've created together. 24. Beautiful girl face with glasses and bangs hair: Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm back again with another tutorial for you. And in this session, we are going to create another girl's character's face are basically her head. I be starting with my characters, the skull and as you know, the shape of a circle for my characters, the skull. Okay. Now I'd be dividing the skull into two different parts. Then. I'd be adding my characters neck here, like this. Then after that, I can create it part of the shoulders and a part of her clothes. I can add them very easily to my character. Details can actually make your work look much more different. So in order to have a part of closing in my work, I would just focus on her Kohler a little. So it's enough up to now and later, I may add some more details to it. So for the shape of the face, I want to create a character with glasses. Therefore, I need to determine the placement of the ears at first. But as I am saying, it, part of the ears would be actually behind the glasses. So we might not have the ears completely. But anyway, we should have the ears for our character. You may not be complete, but they need to exist because right now we are going to create the whole ears. And then later I can cover it up. Now, I want to create some banks for her, for my character. I'd be starting from one part. And I'll create the hair parts part by part like this. Because I want to create actually separated banks for my character. I mean, I don't want the banks to be too concentrated. So from here again, I will create the rest of the banks. The only thing that you should respect and do is not to divide, actually the bands completely organized and with the same space. I mean, here is not that organized. I mean, if you create all the distances between parts of the banks at the same size, it will make your work look funny and ridiculous. So try to make the distances randomly done. After I've created the top of the hair, I would want to create a bone do over here on hair. Hair. Okay. From both sides. I'd be moving on the skull. And then I will actually go on the skulls line to create a banjo. So we can see the eyebrows too much because they've been placed underneath do bang. So I built, starting this time with my character's eyes as you can see. And then I'd be creating the darkness inside of the eye, just like that. And then I'll create the other eye of the character. I'm going to create the eyes actually on the same level that I've created two ears. Then I'd be adding the PO pills in this way. And now I am going to create the shape of the glasses. Well, you can create the glasses in any shape that you want. But for my glasses, I would want to create a kind of glasses which is simple on the lower area and it has some more shapes on top of it. I mean, I'm just going to create a different frame. More different than this round usual common ones. Okay. Something that you should really consider for the glasses is that the upper part of your frame should be the place which your glasses are going to the back of the head, toward the back of the head and on the ears. So I also b is starting over here emphasizing Wendy's lines. And I create another line to create the whole frame. Now, I'm going to create the nose of my character very small. And finally, I'd be creating a very, very small mouth for my character. And that will be like this. Because I have created a very big glasses for my character. I'd be creating the nose and the lips. And the mouth very, very small. If you want, you can make them bigger. But I just thought that this way my character would look cuter and more beautiful or pretty. Now I'm going to shape the face a bit more, working on its forms. And now I want to add the details for the eyes and the rest of the face will be actually completing the eyes like this because it goes actually behind. And on the other side of the glasses. I'd be placing a light inside of the pupil as always, and then I'll darken the pupil. And then I'd be darkening this upper eyelid, Alito, and little bit more. Now, I want to pay a little bit more attention to the details of the clothing. I wanted to work on her neck and her cooler. So then I will create a cooler with this shape from both sides. I'm going to complete it more. And this would be shaping her clips. This is our clothes. And now we're going to work on our banjo. Just going to work on that a little too much. Just creating some shapes on it for my band. And I can also work on her bangs. And I can even bring some of them over my glasses like this. Now I would also want to work on the ears, making them more complete. And then I'd be erasing all these extra lines and guidelines. So I can get a good glands in good shape of my character. I erase all the guidelines for the head and any other parts that I've created. We would also clean all the extra lines and erase all the extra lines instead of the glasses. And our work would be done very easily just like that. Alright. This is our other girl character with glasses and a different phase. 25. Beautiful girl face with big eyes and long hair: Hello to all of my dearest friends. I'm here with another tutorial session for you. And in this session, we are going to create another girl's character. And we're going to do together step-by-step. Well, I start with creating her skull, my baby girls skull. And I'd be creating in almost in a shape of a circle. So this circle actually present my character's head. Now I want to create the direction line for my face. I want this character to be in a three faces view. Therefore, I will consider the direction line over here with this curve toward this side. Then I'd be adding my characters neck. And then I can also create a part of my body's shape like this. Now, I would want to make the shape of my face more complete. So I can create a shape of this. Because my character is in a three faces view. And from the cheekbone as you can see, I went in toward inside of the skull and little and then I got out again toward the line of the skull. I will consider my characters ear in this place. And because our character is in a three-phase says view, we can only see one of the ears. And I'd be determining the general shapes for my character's head like this. Then I'll create this inner part of my character's hair, the part which is in front of it. And then I consider the rest of the hair above the skull. And then I just creates several shapes are all different shapes for her, her. And then I bring the majority of the hair down and just add some more details to it. Now I would also work on this outer part of the hair as well. From the side of the hair and the face. I bring the hair down up to here, almost to her shoulders. And then I'd be working on its shapes like this. And then I get the hair to the neck. Now, I'm going to determine the placement of my face parts. Well, for the eyebrows, I would complete my shape. And then I'll create the other eyebrow. And I connected to the ending part of the face. Because my face is in a three-phase says view. So that would be it. I'm going to determine the placement of the eyes. And then I would work on this inner part of the eye. So basically I'm going to create a PO pills here. Sir Clery. Then I'd be adding the other eye over here like this. Because the face in a three phases view, the eyes would not be created exactly as each other because it goes into perspective. So one, I would be basically smaller than the other. Okay. Now I would also want to work on my character's nose. And I would also create my character's lips and mouth very, very finely Against. Okay. Now for my character, I would also consider a band. And because our character is in a three-phase says view, we are going to bring demand up from here. And then from her forehead. I'll bring it down toward the hair. And then here it will have a turn to art behind the ear. And then again, from this upper part, I move down toward the ear. And just like Dad, we will connect these two parts together. And over here, I want to create a naught. And I can also consider a shape like this for my band do. And then from both sides, I'll just do the same. So I create a shape like this for noting the banjo on both sides of it. Because we've considered the head band or band o for her, we can actually add to the volume of the hair on the back of our head. Alright. Now I'm going to add the details to the face and the hair. Actually detailing in this situation might even mean shaping some parts of the hair more, giving it more style. Or actually shaping the some areas better, not giving too much details to your work. And then from this side, again, we can come down and create the shape for the tip of the hair. Alright. Then for the characters clothes, I can create a part of the body coming out between the hair. Then we'd also be completing the color of our clouds like this. Then, because our character isn't a three faces view. And banjo has gone through behind the ear from the lower part of the ear, actually from beneath the year, we should continue the banjo and create a shape like this. And also, we would have to create several lines inside of the ear to show the depth of it and making it more complete than I'd be darkening inside of the eyes. I create a light inside of my pupil. And then I'll darken Doris of it. Just like that, I'll be darkening this upper eyelid. And I can also consider several eyelashes for my character. Alright. I'd be just darkening two of the eyebrows. And as I said, I can add several eyelashes emphasizing on her upper eyelid. Just like that, my character is complete. And now I can just erase all the extra lines that I had here. Because my character is complete. So my character would actually show itself better in this way. So this is our whole girl character, which is in a three-phase says View. And we can actually shaded band and they had banned. So it can show itself and it would be different from the rest of the hair and the rest of the areas. That's it. 26. The face of a cute little girl with a freckled face: Hello everyone, and good evening to you all. I'm back again with another session for you, and this time we're going to create another girl's character. So I started with creating the general shape for my character's head and face. And I'll do it as a shape of a circle. Then I'd be separating the shapes and the parts of the face. Now I'm crying to determine this direction line for my face. Because the character that I'm going to create is in the front view. I just create the direction line going straight through the middle of the face. Now, I'd be creating the general shape of my characters. Hair. Because I want the hair to cover the ears. I haven't created them yet. But after creating the Harris, whichever part of the ears that we can see IP creating. So I want my character to have very volume to the hair. And then from here I'll be creating the hair. Alright. Now for this inner part of my character's face, I'd be actually editing the shape of my character's face. So I want my characters to have bits of cheek. So I just changed the shape of the skull here. So from here I will bring the hair toward the face. And then I be showing the volume of the hair, some parts like this. Now I'm going to create this outer shape for the hair out or volume of the hair. And now I'm going to add the ears to the character. With creating lines. I will actually add the ears to my character wherever is possible to be seen. So from both sides, I can create my ears, but I can only create parts of it that can be seen between all this volume tear. Now, I will be adding the neck for my character. So I will actually connect the face to the neck from both sides. Then I would even bring the hair on the rest of the body. Okay. I want to bring this part of the hair toward the back of my body would be behind the body. So I will add a dead body like this. And this area, this other shoulder is actually underneath my character's hair, as I said before. Then I will determine the color. Now, I would work on the parts of the face. On this side of the face because they hair has come through the face and the side of the face. We can not see the eyebrow because it's covering most of the forehead. But on this side, we can see the eyebrow and we created, we can have this side as well, but as you can see, it will be actually underneath the hair and it cannot be seen very well. Maybe a very, very small part of it can be seen. Now I'd be determining my character's eyes. And they should be actually big because again, the character that I'm creating as a child, therefore, I will consider big eyes for her. And again, as you can see, I will just create this lower line of the eye, straight with a little bit of the curve because I want to emphasize on my characters, cheeks or cheekbones. And in order to show that more, we should create this line straight or a little bit curved. Then I'd be adding my characters pupils. Then after that, I would want to work on my character's nose. And as I said before, I just create a very simple nose for her with two small nostrils. Because again, I say their kids, their children. So you shouldn't actually work on too many details. I wanted to work on the lips and the mouth. And I'm going to grade them leaner again because our characters young and as a child. We can also create a smile to again emphasize the volume and shape of the cheekbones and cheeks. I'm going to add some more details to my character. If I can just start from my character's hair, I would actually create some hair coming out of this area, which is our parting for the hair. And then with several lines, I can show the volume of the hair even more. Even for this front part of the head on the forehead. I'm going to create several lines. I can even bring some of them through and over. I just randomly add some more lines in different parts of the character's hair just to show that how it's been done. And just to determine the direction of the whole hair. For this bar that my character's hair is also coming to the front. I'm going to use several lines to show that. Then we can actually add some shading over here to see this area is actually in the inner part of the hair. Therefore, it would be darker. Now, I would be adding the details. For the eyes. I'll be darkening the upper eyelid, the line on the top of the eye. And then I'd be just darkening inside of the eye in the pure pills. And then I can also emphasize on the lower eyelid as well. I do the same for this other eye. I work on this upper eyelid darkening it. Then I would darken the peel pale. And then the lower line of the eye will be dark and more. Well, we can even create some freckles for our character with just applying several dots. And then we can make our nose to look better with a curved line above it. Then I will also create a variable small shape for the chin as well. And also for the ears. I can create a line like this. Now, I can erase all the extra lines and all the guidelines there for my work can show itself perfectly. Okay. Now I'd be erasing all these extra lines and guidelines of the face. So then after that, our face can actually show itself. Here we go. This is our last girl's character.