Creating a Dynamic Character: Drawing a Head in 3/4 View - Face Drawing | Patricia Caldeira | Skillshare

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Creating a Dynamic Character: Drawing a Head in 3/4 View - Face Drawing

teacher avatar Patricia Caldeira, Illustrator | Digital Artist | Designer

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.



    • 2.

      Base Head Reference


    • 3.

      Draw Some Eyes!


    • 4.

      Let's Add a Nose


    • 5.

      Adding The Mouth


    • 6.

      Draw the (single) Ear!


    • 7.

      Hair Drawing in Perspective


    • 8.

      Simple Beard


    • 9.

      Clean Everything Up!


    • 10.

      Add Some Color


    • 11.

      Master Drawing in 3/4 - Assignment!


    • 12.

      Before You Go!


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About This Class

Hello there and thank you for checking out the Class!

In this Class we'll be covering something that has been asked by a lot of Students:

How to Draw a Head in a 3/4 Perspective!

This Class is suited for any Level of Drawing but I do Recommend you to check out my previous Classes on Drawing Eyes, Mouth, Ears and more for an extra Detailed view.

-> Other Classes on Drawing the Face 

For the Class you'll need either a Pencil + Piece of Paper or a Drawing Tablet + Drawing Software of your choice!

I'll be using Manga Studio with my Drawing Tablet but you're free to use whatever you feel more used to since the important thing to do here is just practice.

At the end of this class you'll be able to create your Characters in a 3/4 Perspective View, master that Angle and you'll go far!

Start Improving your Drawings with me now!

Can't wait to see you in Class!

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Patricia Caldeira

Illustrator | Digital Artist | Designer


Patricia Caldeira is a Freelancer Artist working in Illustration, Design and similar Artwork.

She graduated in Graphic Design and Multimedia and soon after started working on her own independent company "Don Corgi", doing work for several Streamers, Game Developers, Youtubers, and even selling Cards and Social Media Icons at her Etsy Store.

You can find more about her, her work and Drawing Tutorials and Tips at Don Corgi.

In the recent past She has:

- Co-Founded the Don Corgi Art Group;
- Collaborated with Programmers, Game Designers, Musicians, Youtubers, Twitchers and more!
- Taught over 14.000 people on different platforms;

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1. Introduction: hello and welcome my name. These physical area. I'm a graphic designer and illustrator and I'll be guiding you through this course in the series of videos will be covering a subject that was suggested by a few students and will be going step by step on how to draw ahead in the tree quarter position. This is a very important subject, since we'll be covering basics off perspective and how the shapes behave according to the angle there. At first we will start with the base head shape, so we have a good and solid reference. Then we'll start drawing the official features accordingly, so we'll start with eyes hair. Then we'll go to the nose mouth and more, as usual, are using manga stood you and my trusty who young, troubled butts. If you prefer, you can use a pencil and paper and it would work perfectly. You can also draw the same character is I'm drawing or you can adapt to the character you want to drop. So follow me and let's start drawing 2. Base Head Reference: Hello, everyone and welcome. We're going to make a shorter segment here where we're going to talk about hot draw heads in the true quarter position. We're going to make shorter videos this time as opposed to all the others, and we're going to start withdrawing the head reference. Then we're going to anti eyes, the nose, the mouth, ears and finally, the hair. And when we're done doing all this, we're going to clean up our sketch with our clean lines. And finally, we're going to call a rate. So let's start trying our head reference now. If you remember when we drew the front and side view off ahead, we started with a circle. So now this time it's going to be the same. Now, when drawing the circle, you can just come up over here to our circle tool breast shift and them. You have a perfect circle, but I'm going to recommend you doing another thing. This time we're going to draw our own circle, and before that, if you do not feel confident enough in your circles and you know lines, let's try to do a small exercise, pick up your sketchbook or open up a document and just row circles, that's all. That's all we're going to do for three pages or as long as you want. With circles, you can start drawing small circles, and when you happy with them, you can start growing them, making them bigger and bigger. And just to this forest, long as you want. Remember, just have fun with it. Don't feel frustrated about your lines you're practicing. So that's the idea. You're just drawing circles or just trying to improve its perfectly fine that they won't be always good. As you can see, I have a lot off bed circles over here. That's fine. I don't mind. I'm just practicing. This will help you a lot with making your lines more fluids. And, of course, with your circles going toe, make better circles. After practicing this, and whenever you feel good about your circles, we're going to start drawing your head. So let's finally start drawing our heads. So like we talked about, we're going to start with a circle, a rather big circle, so repeat as you as much as you want until you're happy with it, and when you find you have a good circle we can continue with the rest. So I have here my circle. Now we're going to make our line defining the face, finding the middle off the face. So when we draw our face in the front view, we usually make a straight line right in the middle. Going down something like this. Now this time or head is not completely turned to the side, but a bit turn. So let's say that our character is looking toe the left. That means that our line that divides the face in the middle it's going to be more to the left. So let's do that. Let's start with a curved line to give more volume to our heads and then a line going down just like this. So this here marks the middle of her face. So here is the leftover face. And here is the left or the right. Sorry. No, we're going to make the rest of our face. So all the rest here. So we're going to come up here from here and make a line going down. We can even make you get You have to go to waste to do this so you can make a straight line going down and then a tilted line meeting or made a life. Or you can come from here and just make a curved line from here meeting the middle and now to the other side, we can do almost the same. So a tilted line or a bit of a curved line. But this time this we have a very it's a whole line here, but this time it's not a stilted. So it goes a bit straighter, and then we go up. So something like this we have here the other side of our face. Now all we're missing is the neck ends are here. So are here is going to be in this spice over here Now you can market either with a circle , something like this or making the shape, for example, like this. I usually like to make this shape because it positions my ear exactly where I want it. So there we go. We have here our face or head run. We can clearly see that this is ahead. Now for the neck. We come up from here and make a straight line going down. And also from here, another line going down we can also make here a bit of ah, shoulder line. Not completely. Just a bit cut. So here, just so our head isn't floating around, if not to don't need to do this now we can also add one more thing which is the lines where each parts off face is going to be. So we can come up over here and here. We're going to have I would line for the ice. There we go. So our eyes are going to be runt here now. From here we have our nose. As you can see, I used the ear as a reference. So this point over here, where the top of her ear ends the line ends is what I have my eyes and they meet up also on this side and for the nose I use where the bottom of our rear ends where the year meets Arjo line. We have the line for the nose. And now here, where we have the curved off our show is where we will find our mouth. So there we go. We have here our head reference. No way. We've drew here a very regular head. Now imagine that you already have in mind how your character is going to look like, and it's going to to have a very particular shapes. For example, let's say that our our character is very round. We can start our head reference with those shapes in mind. So let's say it's it's very acute. Ah, character with the big, more rounded shapes. We can start here with our circle online going down And then here, instead of doing this, we can just come over here and just make a big round line, a big curve just like this. There you go, something like this. And then here and now we have a very round character. Let's say that your character is very skinny and with a very long face, so we'll do the same. You make a circle, the line going down, and then we can make it very exaggerating and coming right here. So there we go. You can even exaggerate even more that the skinny parts So even going like this and that sits, let's say that your character is very robust, so very squared. So once again we can start with our circle line going down, and then you have very squared character. So as you can see, these are very different types off heads. And you can start your head reference with this in mind already. Otherwise, you can just make a very regular one with the steps we did at first. 3. Draw Some Eyes!: Hello and welcome again. We are now going for the next step, which is drawing the eyes. So the first thing I'm going to do is just pick up this here and recess it a bit. Just so it doesn't look this small and you can see better what's happening? So there we go. Next, I'm going to make this late layer a bit more transference. We are always going to be seeing this layer. This is our guide. And now I'm going to create a new layer, pick up a new caller and I'm going to draw on top of its. So before doing the ice with just going toe reshape here are face and decide how we want our face to be looking like the shapes and the kind of ones we want. So here, where our eyes are, we usually have a bit of a curve than upwards here and then we have a cheek. Here. You can make a very center weighted. She can have less unless accentuated chic. You can choose what's kind you wants. Then we can have a squarer Shane over here appointed one a rounded one. So it's all up to you and then our Sharm Joe line. And that's all off the first we're going to make right now because the year we're going to talk about it later died the same deed. The hair is the same. If you want, you can just make here this line. But you don't need to if you don't want to. If you're good with having this over here, the guys over here it's good. Um, you don't need to strictly follow the lines you have in the needs as you can see. A change, a bit of macho line. I wanted to be higher up here. The sheikh also goes a bit out off the lines we we have here so you can change all these things whenever you want. But it's good to have to this size. Ah, how you want your lines to look like how you want the shape of your face to be like when we're drawing the rough sketch even though afterwards, when you're making your clean lines, you can even you can still change your mind now for the ice. So we know already that the eyes are going to be in this line. So something around here. This in this place. And the first thing you want to choose is the type of eyes you want to draw. So we went over, uh, round eyes, very cartoonish eyes. We talked about angler eyes squared eyes as well. So choose the type of eyes you want to do, and then you just have toe position them. And another thing that you would like to think about is three expression. Do you want your character to have any expression or it's going to just look have a very natural expression. So, um, do you want it to look more menacing? More a serious more I don't know, silly or ah, surprised. Choose that and choose the type of wise, and then we can just draw them over here. So whenever you choose, you ready to make your eyes. So let's do for the right side first. It's going to be a bit easier right now because you're already kind off, uh, used to them when drawing the front view. It's pretty similar. So we have here or I. So I drew a very kind off angular. I've Harry, um, bit menacing right now. Now, through you can draw the top off the I If you want to. How everyone can be very big. It can be smaller. Ah, can be You can You can be more straighter like this. It all depends What you prefer your character toe look like. So let's do something like this. Maybe something like this that I think I like this style right here. So there we go. We have one eye. We can we can recite it, Lee Terry. Free if we feel we needed to. But for now, we're going to live it like this. So very simple. There's nothing much to it. Very angular. You can choose another type of our if you want. Just remember where to position it. So it should be in somewhere in this line now for the other I the other side. So we have here, it's going to be This is where our faces divided by the middle and the other side over. I is going to be a bit smaller sometimes most of the times because it's a bit farther away from us. And it's going also to be a bit hidden. You're also drawing it, uh, in Ah, you're basically drawing in the opposite direction. So we had this in this direction. So now you're going to mirror it. So something like this, so once again is very menacing looking. And then the top of her eye Try to maintain the same line here and here. We don't see a lot off the other sides. So there we go there. We would have something like this. Now, if you want, you can make them bigger or smaller. So up to you, let's see. Let's try to make them bigger and see if we like it or not. This is it is all things that you can just try out. See how you see how they look like, if you like, how they look like it's all up to you. So, for example, I like the size. I think this is going toe go. So I'm going to live it like this right now and now maybe just moved this one, the bids. That's good. Like this. And whenever you're done with the eyes, don't forget the eyebrows, the eyebrows. A is something very important as well and that you need to accommodate and you're drawing as well when drawing. Yeah, so let's see here. I'm just going to draw this shape over here. So it helps me a bit better with the eyebrows. So must again shows the type of eyebrows you want the type off expression you want your I rose toe to to show. Um you also want to choose if you want straighter. I bro something more rounds. It's all up to you. So let's say, Oh, I would say it would something like this short kind of. I broke something like this. This is here and I want. And once again, it will be a bit cuts because the rest off the eyebrow easy on the other side, off the face. So we don't see it all here. So something like this, This is what we can see off our Aib Rose right now. And whenever you done, we can jump on toe the next face, which is the nose. So I'll see you there 4. Let's Add a Nose: hello again. So we've draw ice and now we're going to draw all in knows this is going to be pretty simple at there's not much to it. So let's start the first thing I'm going to do, just so you don't need to do this. But if I need to move things around or show things better to you, I'm going to make a new layer where I'm going to draw my nose. So once again, just like ah, we did for the eyes. The first thing you want to choose is the style of knows you want if he wants a more rounded nose, if you want a square knows a very simple one. So choose what kind of knows you want to be doing. And once you've chosen, we come up over here and we're going to draw it. So we've seen that our nose is going to be around this place, the base of our nose, and but 1st 1 thing we want to do it's a very simple, um, line is that we come up over here. Where did this is? We have you here a bit off the nose cutting in. So it's a bit in the front, something like this. So it shows a bit here going to it raises here a little, So it's better for you to see. So we have a bit of knows, showing up here. So it's that's line that we have that curve that we have that connects tweeds or I've rose . So the hour has come from here. So even if you want, you can. It'll also depends on the kind off knows you're doing. So you can have something like this. So but you don't need to make the line coming from the iris. You can just make here this line also, the shape of the line is totally up to you can be more straight. It can be a curve like this. It just needs to choose. So I'm going to make something like this, all right. And now I usually don't do all the way the nose going all the way down. You can. It's up to your style in how you like things to look like. I usually just like to make this line over here and then done here. I make the rest of my nose, so I'm going to make don't forget that it the base of the nose has to be in the same line. So round here, I'm having my nose, the place off, the the point of my nose. So right here and then here I have one. Um, so I usually make very simple. You can make us detail as you want, as we can make the whole of the nose right here. You can make something, and then here discover it's all up to you. I usually just make the points of my nose here. You could make whatever slightly one like this more squared, for example. Very rounds, um, are very regular. Right now, I'm going for a more regular style and then a point over here, and that is it for my nose. So there you go. Very simple. If you want your nose to look, um, to be longer, you can also do that. So let's see. My nose can go upto here, for example. So you just need to choose and then do it very simply like this just to erase this line here and here so you can see better to raise this lines. All right, so there we have our nose. Also, you don't instead of the skirt. You can also make it really simple like this. For example, it's it depends on the Styler going for. You can also do something like this. Um, so I'm showing you how I usually go with it. But you can also try out new things by yourself and do what works best for you. So there we go. We have here that knows a very simple nose. 5. Adding The Mouth: so all right, we have our nosed and we have our eyes. So next we're going to be making our mouse. So once again, choose the type of must you want If you wants a bigger lips thinner lips of a regular one virtue metric mouths. Choose whatever you prefer. Whenever you've chosen, what you want to draw were going toe draw our mouth in place. So we've seen that our mouth is going to be around here. So here is where I'm going to be drawing my mouse line. So an important thing to talk about you is that we don't see a lot off this side. So this side is going to be shorter compared to to this side over here to make my brush it smaller. So it's again show better. So okay, this is the middle over mouth. So here I have one side of it, and here you don't see it as much show it ends around here. So this is the lines you want to have. Now, when you've positioned it, all you have to do is draw our lips. So something like this, you can, for example, have something very, um, two metric um, and always pay attention to that size difference that we will have here because off the position of our mouth. So, for example, if I want to have something like this, this side is going to be a smaller and it beats. It's like it's squeezed around here. And then I have here my lower lip. Now you can draw the holy if you wish to. I usually don't. I like toe do that. True painting laid it on. But we can also do something like this. So something like this, for example, or if you prefer you can just through here little bits and you have your lower lip and then you can color it better. Repeat as much as you need to. Don't forget that it's your drawing. You wanted to to look goods. Eso just repeat as much as you need. So here we go. I have you in my lips. And now, as you can see, I don't have a lot of space for the shin. Maybe I want to beat more space. Um so I can either moved this up a little, for example, or I can just increase my shin. It all depends on how you want your character to be. It can also have very small Shane. It's pretty fine as well. Sometimes people have smaller Shane's. Also, if you want, you can make a different sheen. Israel. I can, I'd see. So let me try and see how my character would look like with a square Russian, for example. So, for example, something like this. Let's see, Maybe that's something I would like for my character. So these are things that you can change through your sketch. You may want your your character to be, um, to have a square look at It's totally up to you. You can change your mind to write your sketch. So there we go. We have here our face, our mouth with changes. Shana bids. We've chosen to have a bit more of a squared Ah Xin and Joe line over here. And when you're happy with your mouths and how it's looking like you can move on and go for the years so else you there 6. Draw the (single) Ear!: So we are almost done with our drawing. We are almost done with our head in the tree quarter position. So now all you're missing is are here and the hair. I hope you're having fun with it and learning with it. As you can see, you don't need to worry a lot about how things are looking like you can repeat and we do a smudge as you want until you're happy with your lines. You've seen me doing my lines and you're raising them over and over again, changing things middle off my sketch because I don't like how they're looking. That's totally fine. This is your drawing. You can change your mind. You're sketching it as well. When you're doing your final lines, you can change things again. It's all up to you. So now we're going to draw our ear. So for the ear is going to be very simple. As you can see, you can Onley see one off the years. So this one so you don't have to worry about this side, that's that's out of you. So once again, what you want to do is choose this kind of here. You want to draw and then position. It's so it's very simple. This is going to be very short. We already have here the general shape we're going to have. So now all we have to do IHS having its to our sketch. So I'm going to make it very simple. I usually draw my years very simply. There's nothing much to it. I just trace my lines over and over until I'm happy with them. With shape I have and then we have here one sides on this lines over here. You can make them as detail as you want, or you can make them very geometric. I usually leave them very geometric, so try out different things and whenever you you're happy with it with your ear, you can also we raise here this line so that you can understand better if you want to. We can add, for example, hearing toe to our year, for example. Let's see, let's make here something like this so very simple. This is totally up to you. It's a matter off, um, giving some more customization to your character. It can have no hearings as well. It it's sell up to you and how you want your hair to look like And how much detail you want in your, um, drawings on. Forget about the perspective. So the ear is going to close here behind here. So I want something like this. There we go, and we're done. So Oh, we can also take this time and just throw here the rest of our neck. Bless again. You can change a bit off your lines right now. It doesn't have to follow them. The lines we have from a reference. And once you're happy with it, we can go for the next step, which is drawing our here. 7. Hair Drawing in Perspective: Hello and welcome back. We are now going for the final step in drawing or head the tree quarter position. We're going now to draw the hair. It's not that much different from the side view. It's almost the same just a little bit. Don't. But it isn't that different. And I also recited this a bit because I didn't have a lot of space to draw the hair so well . Let's start if you want. You can even make a feet off the hairline here. There we go. Just really simple. Don't need to over do it a lot and just like before, you have to choose the style of hair if you want a short or long hair, wavy hair, straight hair, something in between. Just choose what you want and just started in. Have fun with. It is it's always the number one rule here is having fun, going to just move thes Cairo's little bit. Just so we have a bit more spit space for the brow here, so very go cut, and now I'm going to sketch out my hair, so I'm going to make maybe something not very long something around this sides and sorry. It's something around this size. A bit waving. Maybe So going to start here this way. Here. It was something like this. And now going out it out of here. So we know that this is the middle of forehead. We don't need to have the or hair doesn't have to be divided in the exactly in the middle, but it's good to have it. A guideline did. So maybe a bit a symmetrical. This is all according toa your style to what you like. I usually like to have some a symmetrical ah, hair here. But you can do however you want and however you like. So now the inside going to go over here? Don't Don't forget. If you're doing a wavy hair to continue that come trends. So yes, something like this. Very simple. Very um, that is your metric. Um, if you remember the hair views, I tend to go with very geometric styles. Chased your little bit. All right, So yes, something like this. I think I like it just changing here of bids. So change is much as you want. Try out new things if you want to. As you've noticed here, the Iro is going to be a cut by the hair. The hair is going to be in front. So when we draw the final lines, we're not going to be seeing this over this part of the eye, bro. We can even come up over here and may just shake here the capacity there we go. And it raised its A paid. So we know that we don't not see this chemical. Same with all of this here. This is not going to be seen. And also the hairline here. You won't be seeing any of that. So there we go. Well, you have here our character sketched out. And whenever you're ready, we're just going to see next. Help to drop very quickly. How to draw. Appears in ah ah, in the tree quarter position. And then finally, we're going to make the final lines for our character. So I'll see you there 8. Simple Beard: all right. So before we go to the final lines on help here sketched out a man's face just so it can talk very quickly about appeared. So when we have facing this position, well, we will only see the beard from here to here. So we followed this line off. You follow this line over here. All right, So let's say we're going to make a stubble. Beards? We can start from here like this and just follow oh, Joe line and make the rest off our beards. Very simple, very easy. And that will be it's That's it that you have to do. So let's now then make the final lines for our other drawing and then maybe some calorie, so I'll see you there. 9. Clean Everything Up!: Hello and welcome back. We are now going to make our final lines and make a quick coloring of our character. And then we are done. So I going to make this a little bit more transparent. So I have here my factor layer toe work with and we can start. I'm going to first Fortis eso You don't have to to be here for whatever time I so that you don't have to to watch me doing this for half on hour or an hour. Eso I'm just going to go over all the lines and make them clean there. And then I'm going to call her this so we can do this together. You can live this video playing while you do your funnel lines as well. And you know the rules already. Just have fun. Relax. Listen, you're your wrists just to the lines calmly and relax. And don't get frustrated with it. Rupe it as many times as you needs. Don't worry. If you feel like you have to repeat your lines and lots a so you can see I do repeat to my Lancelot as well, until I am happy with them. So just do your thing, and eventually you will get the lines who want to school for all your lines, slowly and calmly. This is not a race. You have all the time in the world to finish. You're drawing. If you're working on, you're drawing for quite a while. Now take a break. 20 minutes. How often our where every needs and then come back to it with new and refreshed, uh, view off your drawing and pick it up again. It's also important to take breaks while drawing so that you don't hurt yourself. It's very important. So every every hour or half a Knauer take a little break. It doesn't neck. It doesn't need to be a long break. It can be just a 10 minutes or 20 minutes break. But to take it, it's very important. There we go. We have, you know, final lines. So now it's just going to add some very simple coloring, and we can do this exercise at the same time together. 10. Add Some Color: So all right, now for the coloring. I'm going to create a new layer behind beneath my lines layer, and now we're going to color it when they were going to cover this in more detail. But it's very simple. I'm doing going to be doing these in a very simple way so you can follow it, even though I'm going to speed it up a bit. But you can still follow, um, everything I do. So if you want, you can go search for pallets, color palettes or just go with your gut. Just try out colors. Come up over here to your wheel and shoes, some colors that you you want to try and go with it. I'm going with the same tones, Um, but you can choose all the whole range of colors. It's totally up to you. I usually like to maintain the same tones and choose some some off them, and play with them like always. Just have fun with it. Try a lot of things until you're happy with it. I like to keep things simple, but if you want to be more details or you can also paint in another style if you wish toe. It's all up to you and your taste. So there we go. Very simple. This is a very simple character. S O. R. Coloring. It's also very simple. So now, before going to the shadows and some highlights, I like to review my options on the colors a bit. So I usually go up here to my color layer and go over here to new correction layer. And first I'm going to go over the hue, saturation luminosity and play around with our bars here and see if I do change it a bit. If I like the colors better if I want to change your bids. And now we can also go up here again to new correction layer and shoes, scholar balance and play around again with things until with we have something that we like . Sometimes we are happy with your Carlos as they are, and we can leave things as they are, and and we don't need to change anything. It's all up to you. And when you're finished, let's just combine everything and there we go. So it stopped. Sometimes before that, you have to pay attention or think about where your light is coming from and your shoulders are going to be on the opposite side. So I'm going to say that my light is coming from here so all my shadows are going to be around here. So now it's always just a matter off playing around with it and this things out. If you're not happy with it, you can always erase everything and start over. Sometimes it happens. It has happened to me in the past. It will happen again many times and it's fine and it's fine and it's normal and natural, especially when you're starting. As time goes and practice, you will get better. It'd and things will come up to you more naturally. Sometimes it's not just it's just not a good day to draw, and sometimes things will not go the way you want to give a rest in those days and you pick it up again later and we are done with our character with your tree quarter view of our character. I hope you had fun. I hope this was helpful for you and I will see you right next with an assignment for you. 11. Master Drawing in 3/4 - Assignment!: Hey there, it's time for the assignment. So here's what we'll be doing to improve your perspective and had drawing. Simply used the reference I've provided Android accordingly. Focus on how the shapes look like when they are at this perspective. Don't think too much on how they are supposed to look. Instead obstruct your mind and look at the actual shapes. All right, I'll see your assignment soon. Now go do it. I'll see you in a bit. 12. Before You Go!: Hey, again and well done. We've covered halter draw ahead in the 3/4 position, and we've improved our perspective skills. I hope you've enjoyed this. And if you have any questions or feedback, do posted up. I'm always open to feedback. So you let me know if I went through the subject too fast or too slow or if it was a good speed for you. And if you still have questions are, there's something else you would like to learn. Now is the time I'm always trying to give you better and better content and the better course for you so that I can help you improve your drawings. I would also be glad if you could leave a review and that's it. I hope you've enjoyed it and I'll see you next time.