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How To Draw FACES for Kids

teacher avatar Ed Foychuk, Making Learning Simple

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      Faces Intro


    • 2.

      Faces Refresher


    • 3.

      Faces Drawing 'Shaggy'


    • 4.

      Faces Drawing 'Judy'


    • 5.

      Faces Drawing 'Finn'


    • 6.

      Faces Drawing 'Moana'


    • 7.

      Faces Drawing 'Jenny' expressions


    • 8.

      Faces Drawing 'Fathom'


    • 9.

      Faces Drawing 'Fathom' side


    • 10.

      Faces Drawing 'Will'


    • 11.

      Faces Drawing 'Will' caricature


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About This Class

Welcome to How To Draw FACES for KIDS!!

This course is designed to take young and new learners through some of the basics of drawing all while helping them learn to copy, and then create, cool looking faces.

This course can stand on its own, but it is HIGHLY recommended that new learners study How To Draw BASICS for Kids as a prerequisite.

You'll note that the instructors are a parent/child team, so this course is definitely designed for kids in mind - that includes tempo, material, and language. At over 2 1/2 hours, this course is perfect for new artists.

So join us as we bring these new learners into a new level of enjoyment in their drawing passion.

  • This course is primarily designed for learners from 7-12, but may be enjoyed by all who are interested.

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Ed Foychuk

Making Learning Simple



A professional illustrator based mostly in Asia, Ed Foychuk has been published both professionally, and as an Indie creator, in comics. He is best known for his work in creating Captain Corea.

Ed also studied Anatomy and Strength Training in University and is well versed in exercise physiology and muscular anatomy. Perfect for helping you with understanding how to combine art and muscles!

Ed has experience teaching in Academic and Professional settings.

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1. Faces Intro: Hey, guys, I'm Ed and I'm the father. And this is how to draw faces for kids, this sort of thing. That what it was like You're thinking. Okay, listen, she's teaching me now, but I'm gonna actually we're both gonna help teach you how to draw faces. What are we gonna use? Some basic shapes. Everything from squares, ovals. All those basics that you learned in our how to draw basics for kids. We're gonna take that, grow it and help you design some cool looking faces. Sometimes it might look a little cartoony, little Disneyesque, and sometimes they'll be more realistic. We're gonna show you how to draw both stops. Do you want to do this right? Fees is 2. Faces Refresher: Hey, listen, before we get into this course, I think it's really important that we talk about something that'll help you as you move forward. Okay? So if you've taken our how to draw basics for kids, you already know about this, so hold on. Where's the there? Yeah. How to draw basics for kids? Well, we do in that course as we talk about circumference lines around spheres. There's mouthful there. But really it's important to know, okay? So I'm going to help you with a little visual. Okay, so here's a sphere. See if I bring it closer, right? You can kinda see it, Okay? And it looks like we've got a straight line up and down, right. That's how it looks. But what happens as soon as I turn, it doesn't look as street anymore. Not only does it just not say straight off to the side, butt starts to curve because you can see these are all going along the curve of the sphere. You have to realize that, that when we start drawing on shapes, we have to give them form and by following the contours of that form and will really help us in understanding that this is a 3D shape. So what we can do it with spheres, it helps. You can see like you're going to practice a lot of doing this, okay? Or we can do it with maybe not perfect spheres, like my AIG. Okay? So the egg is the same thing. As I start to turn it, you can see it start to bend, these lines, start to warp. Look at how they're bending over top right. Okay, So this is what we're going to practice just a little bit before we get into the face course. I think this is important. So let's spend some time on it. Okay guys, So let's get into this a little bit. Let's talk about how we're going to draw a circle and then the circumference of it. We know how to draw circles. Basically, you know, hopefully you will be practicing in your warm ups and stuff like that. So you can, on your sheet, you know, draw models three or four circles. I'm guessing. If you want to practice. Eventually you're going to draw like a 100 of them or whatever. You're going to have tons of sheets filled up with them. But let's start slow. Okay, so how do we draw that circumference line? Well, the easiest one is just straight down the middle, right? But as we start to rotate it, well, what happens? This one that was down the middle here is starting to bend. We're going to see it starts store at the same point, but starts to bend around. Okay. So why don't I just continue it this way here. We're going to start at that same point, but it's going to start to bend around the circle more. Okay? I'm still starting at that same point, right? And we can move it over just a little bit here. And then we're going to see how it almost going to disappear off of the sphere, right? Okay. We could do the same thing going up. Why don't we do that? We can just show how this is the start. The start central line would be right here. It's going to start to bend upwards as we start to rotate that ball upwards, right? It's going to bend even more. And it's going to bend even more. So what I'd like you to do is just practice this kind of stuff. He first using these kind of general and then start to change the shapes. What if we have a few ovals, right? You know, the first oval is here, then it would start to bend like this. Then it starts to bend even more, that type of thing. Yet one more, What do we do it all the way? All right. Have it coming almost to the end, right? So there's our center or circumference line, right? What about if we deal with spheres? Spheres are basically like these, sorry, not spheres, these tubes that we're going to use. Okay. So we'll go along and draw some of these these kind of tubes. All right. These are the ugliest tubes I think I've ever drawn him. And this two, this is going to be different though because these tubes are long this way, right? So as they start to rotate, the only thing that's going to change is is rotating, so cetera, this line that's whatever's drawn on there. Like let's say it's like this is just going to come off to the side. It's going to stay straight. And that curve is going to stay there. When this starts to change really is when we start to turn this, these tubes even more. Like, let's say it's turning even more. So this May 1 say street, but this will start to have that bigger turn. So what do you want to do is grab some objects around, you know, let's say an ugly pair. Maybe an apple. You know, something irregular. Even like my kids got, I'm looking over on the side here and she's got this kinda stuff to being stuffy, Right? It's got two little feet and little feet on the other side. And then what happens when we start to rotate these things, right? This pair, let's say the bottom comes up, so the bottom will be here, and then the top is barely showing a little bit. Well, you know, how did these lines normally go at this line is like this. Now this line is going to be coming more like this. If this line is coming around and coming this way, well, now it's maybe coming in, coming this way. Does that make sense? Right? So what you wanna do is look around, you see if you can grab some, some general objects. And look at how the, how lines might work on it, right? How might it change if you start to really change the angle you're looking at, right? This would now come much lower than it is like this. Now if I'm looking at it straight, a mug might look something like this. And the center circumference lines kind of cut center, right? Okay, so this was just a little warm up before we get into the phases because once we get into faces, geez, we're worried about facial features like noses and eyes and all those kind of things. And I'm hoping you really have this central line circumference down pat. You should have studied it in the how to draw basics for kids. But if you haven't, hopefully this is a good warm-up for you. All right guys. Let's get into it. 3. Faces Drawing 'Shaggy': Hey guys, here we are with our first unit in how to draw faces. Joey, you ready to roll? Yeah. I can sense the enthusiasm. Okay, so we've got this nameless dude in front of us. Do we want to give them a name? Now? Must keep him. They wanted even shaggy. Okay. Okay. And we're going to Shaggy. Okay. Listen like shaggy. I don't know. He just looks kinda dopey, right? Can out of it and stuff. I got room. But something that we're going to look at before we look at all these little features on them, is going to be the shapes, right? This is what we're looking for. And what shape do you think his head is in? Basically, like, what's it look like to you? What's what's this mean head looking like? A wall? Yeah, he's got an oval shape, right? You know, if we look around it and stuff, right, we can see this kinda big oval. I wouldn't even call it an egg so much as an oval, you know, when a kinda rounds a little bit more, the bottom or something, right? He's just got a straight on oval. Right. Okay. And so looking at this oval, if we want to, we can bring it off to the side here. We can kinda replicate it, right? So we can have the top, have the bottom roughly, and so we can keep the same size and we're just gonna do this oval off to the side. Okay. Can you do that too? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. It doesn't have to be perfect. We're not trying to match it exactly right? The thing with the oval though, is we're going to try to find some circumference lines, right? Some, some key guidelines that will help us find world of features are at. Okay? So the first one is, let's go with this center line down the middle. That's the easiest one to find. Okay, so we're gonna do it on both of them, or at least I am. You can do it off to the side if you want. It's okay. All right. So here's this center line down the middle, right? Everything is, we want to have symmetry. You know what symmetry is means same on each side. That's right, Yeah, we want to have it, you know, here's on the left, here's the right. We want to have a kinda generally equal unless we're trying not to have it the same. Okay? So now we've got this, this line here for the eyes. And we can kinda have it off to the side here. This is going to be where it gets weird as we can actually use this same marker on this guy for the nose and the mouth. The mouth can kinda start off this side and the nose can kind of start there. Right? Okay. So on this guy, we're looking at about little above halfway is where the eyes are going to be, right? And then about half of that is going to be the mouth and the nose. He's cartoony, right? He's not very realistic. Okay, so when we start to get into more realistic faces, were going to be a little bit more strict when we come to this. But for right now, we get to play a little bit. Okay, so why don't we started adding in a few details here, right? The eyes we could have, we could follow this nice little line. And then cup below. And that's his eyes right now. Now they look and evil actually. And you know what, I'm noticing, not really on-center for this, you know, I'm kinda off a little bit. I want to have it so that they're both the same space apart from this center line. Okay, So this one is about here. So I want to have that about the same at something to pay attention to there, okay, that they're the space from one side of the central line to the other side is pretty darn close. If we zoom in here, we can see this one's coming off this side. This one's coming off this side. And if I measure its close, all right. Okay. But he doesn't have these evil eyes, you know, even if I want to fill in this part right now, Okay, now we started to look a little, little goofy, right? But what's going to give him this overall look of this sleepy eyes is to show that his actual eyes are more like this. Right? And so if I use it as a circle for the eyes, I can come up and do that kind of top of the eyelid, right? Yeah. Okay. There we go. So now I've just got a pair of sleepy, floaty eyes and it actually looks sleepy and floating right? Now, where else am I going to go? Maybe from up top here, I can start the eyebrows. And again, I'm gonna kinda look and see, well, I wanna kinda line them up so that they're matching a little equally from side to side. Okay. And I can have these eyebrows shooting down this way, right? Shooting down the other side, maybe a little bit past the eye. And there we go. That looks pretty decent. Yeah. Okay. How is yours looking so far? Good. Good. You know, it's interesting because I think you've spaced your eyes quite wide apart. And so that's going to give the character a little bit of a different look than, than mine might write. He has a really thick knows yeah, you know what, I think I almost put mine too close together. So we're going to see how this turns out. Next thing I wanna do is have this kind of lets do this kinda cut for his nose down to the bottom. And we're going to have to round it as it comes up. And what we're aiming for is this eyebrow, right? We're going to come like this. So we can come from the top. We can come from the bottom. It's really which way you feel comfortable with with your drawing, okay? And once we kinda rough it in and we can we can come in and darken up the lines a little bit there. Looking good. If you get, now, here's the eyebrows, but the muscle on top of the eyebrow, we're going to bump a little bit like this. It's going to come into his beanie, right? Has little cap that he's wearing here. So this cap, do we want to do the catenoid? You know what? I want to stick with the face for right now. I'm going to use this marker of the nose line, nose and mouth, right? And do these little ticks for, for the mouth where I wanted to start. How you want to do this, you know, you can follow it almost exactly where he's doing this, this smile, right? You can make it bigger if you want or something. It's really up to you. You know, it's, it's, I'm gonna kinda follow it along the same lines. But if you want to do it a little bit different, go for it. You know, nothing wrong with getting a little bit creative, right? Okay. And then he's got these teeth coming down, right? Perfect. Below this part of the mouth. You're going to find he's got a lip hanging here. Okay. What is the line underneath? That is the lip. That's the that's the hang of the lip. Here's the mouth. This is the kinda the top of the lip. If we're to think of this way down here, is the thing underneath the teeth were. So here's the, you know, if I really want to, what I can do is kinda initiated shade this in. Yeah. And that kinda shows that that's the inside of the mouth. And then, you know, here's his teeth, that kind of thing. So that kinda helps to give some understanding what's happening and not make sense, right? Well, yeah, you're shaded. Looks really good. Cool. Okay. And if you wanted to, you could add like a little dimple and his chin or something like that, right? And what we're gonna do is somewhere around the eyebrow here, we're going to start to draw the face, the outline of the face here. Okay, so we're gonna kinda bring it nicely, smooth it in light at first as you're trying to get the nice sweep, you're following your initial oval, right? And as you go over it a few times, you can kinda darken it up, rounded out, and make sure it's coming the way you want it to, right. Okay. Good stuff. And then from below here, depending on how thick you want it actually want to give him a little bit of a skinnier neck. Have the net coming out that way. Okay. Yeah, he's looking good. Obviously very cartoony, very goofy looking, right? That's exactly what I want. Okay, from the top here we're going to start to draw the beanie. This is the first flap that comes over top. This is the fold that's basically visible from the front, right. Then you're gonna get different folds as it wraps around the head a little bit, you know, it's, it's kinda wrapping this way around. You can wrap it around even more. You can add a bunch of folds in here, however you wanna do it, okay? It can look a little bit too goofy. I think I've went to a little bit too high with it at this point. All right. So I might actually erase it. I want to lower and I want it like it's not sitting on top of his head so much. What I want is it's more flopping off to this side, right? More like that, that type of thing. There we go. So it's going backwards and kinda flopping back, right? And that's how we get that look with these ridges in here. Okay. What are we missing? Little bit of hair. You're going too fast. Sorry. You know what? Actually, even for the students at home, if I'm ever going too fast, what's the best thing to do? Pause it, pause it. That's what's awesome about learning on these videos, right? Is that, you know, if the instructor is going too fast or you didn't catch something, all you have to do is pause, maybe rewind just a little bit, and play it again, right? In a classroom, you can't really tell the teacher to pause. And you could try. How would that go over? Very well. Well, depending on the teacher. Depending on the teacher, right? Yeah, definitely. But if we're going to fasten this video, just pause it. Take a breath and do it at your own speed. Okay. And if it's if it's something that I said that you didn't quite catch mol again. Just rewind and watch it again. Okay, so what we're gonna do is start to add little bit of hair down below here. While Joey tries to catch up, right? And then we can add some little whiskers, some ugly little whiskers to his chin. Okay. That's not bad. That's actually pretty decent. It's how I wanted it to look, right. I think that what I'm gonna do is kinda just go around as as Joey still drawing on hers and add a little bit of an outline to it. This is called haloing, where we add an outline to the, the overall form and stuff for it. It especially it looks good in this cartoonish type of character. And hey, if you can't keep up with the speed, Don't worry about it, right? Just hit that pause button and you catch up. Here we go. This haloing is looking okay. I kind of sketched it all really light what I might do. If this was something I wanted to keep us a little bit more added in some darker lines to it. Give it a little bit more of a definite line. Right? There we go. You're done. Oh, perfect. Perfect. Perfect. Okay. So I'm going to back out of mind. I think I did the exact thing I wanted to do. I gave him the sleepy slim vibe, right this overlook. And I think it worked out really well. It's basically other than the nose being a little bit narrower and the eyes being a little bit closer. It's exactly what I wanted. What do you think, Joyce, how does your turn out? Looks pretty good? Yeah. He's cool to look and actually trigger killed. Yeah, he does. And that's the thing, you know, even though we changed a couple little things, it ended up giving the same vibe that we wanted to write. Any mistakes or any things that slipped? Yep. Do you think the eyebrow like muscle, it was really difficult, was it? Yeah. Because he's kinda got this raised eyebrow, their horns coming out of his scalp. It totally does. It hurt? No, no, no. I imagine it's just that eyebrow muscle. Right. The thing that moves the eyebrow round. Right. And that's what's popping up there as he's kinda got this sleeping yet have surprised expression. He's like, Dude, Dude, Definitely. Okay guys. Hope you had fun drawing the dude with us. And when in doubt, keep practicing. 4. Faces Drawing 'Judy': Hey guys, we're here with our second unit in the how to draw faces for kids course. You get an order those chiastic of all it does now. Could it be because of the face That's next? Yell? No. Okay. Well, we've got a girl kind of a Disney esque type of face, right? Yeah, that's animated look like. But just like when we approach things before, we're going to look at it and say, well, what are the shapes? You know, what is the basic thing that they're doing? And then how can we understand it and move forward. All right. Okay. So how would you describe her shape? Where do you think like that? Where is it? It's like a circle. It looks like something underneath it. Yeah. I don't know what it's almost like this box circle, right. It's kinda comes down, comes around here, comes up and over, right. So I think I would cut coming around down up and all, you know what it looks like, what the kinda rakes. Like, there's a surprise inside right here. We can just put the middle there and then open it up and get our little surprise. Yeah. Okay. So off to the side. Can freehand it or you can kinda measure it off to the side if you want. All right? And what you're gonna do is kinda see if you can draw this rough. Kinda rake, right? You know, obviously it's just going to be a little rough to start, right? And then we'll fill it in a little bit more. Actually, I think I want it a little bit wider here. There we go. Yeah. It's no rush, especially at this point because listen, if you start at this point and you're like, Ah, you start to really mess it up. No matter how slick you are. This, this drawing is not going to end up look in like how we want it to or anything like that, right? So you want to be taking a little bit of time in this construction phase to find out really what the right shape is and stuff. Okay, next thing we're looking for is we're looking for kind of a center line down the middle, vertically and horizontally. So we can draw this middle vertical and this rough horizontal, horizontal. That's right. Okay? And then we can start to do the same thing and try to find a word. The nose is where the mouth is, right? So the nose seems to be, if I was to kind of measure it, the novel seems to be maybe halfway down. And then the mouth is just under it, right? Something along those lines. Okay. Cool. And if we really want to, we can come up here and see the hairline. The hairline will be something like this. And now, looking at this, looking at this object here, you're starting to realize, Oh right. That's kinda like from the first video about the AIG and stuff like that, right? You know how it starts to warp the lines as we, as we move that sphere or AIG around, the circumference lines start to bend as they wrap the curve, right? Okay, so now we've got this and you know what? After I've kinda roughed in the shape, there's almost always one feature that I started with eyes. Yeah. You know what mess upon eyes, year old drawings on really like that's it. Like especially two eyes. You can get one. I Really good. Yeah. Right. But yeah, you're going to be in trouble if you can't get too right. So here's two dots of where I think I'm going to start, right? And I'm just gonna kinda come up and over and under. Maybe something like that. Up and over and under. All right. Okay. Not bad. I think I can smooth that out just a little bit though, kind of coming inside here and you can clean it up just a little bit, right? Normally we don't use a lot of erasers illness just because we're not at that point where I want things to be perfect. We're still sketching and creating and stuff right? Where there's a lot of construction going on. But you know what? Now that I zoom in, I can see that these are a little bit unequal. I want to come up higher on this side, right? Suffix the eyes. I made them too small. Yeah. That's the thing. I really want to take our time on this one and make sure we get the eyes right. Okay, there we go. And we can even put a little fold above them. Maybe put a little dot in here for it, Right? Okay. So there's one thing that we can do, and what we can do if we really want, is at this point, we can even rough in where we're going to draw the pupils, right? Like if there if we want the person looking off in this direction, we can put them over here. I'm going to back to them if we want them looking down obviously, you know, we can put them put them here. Actually, you know what, I'm going to go with it. So I'm gonna go looking down from mine. I'm just gonna kinda rough in. There we go. Okay. So that's the eyes Joey. You're doing okay. On ice so far? Yeah. I don't know. Should I add eyelashes would just keep him with those. I'll just keep it at right now. For this next one we're gonna do is come down to a nice little button nose, the bottom of the nose, the little top rim, little hint of nostrils off to the side. Following this center line, you're going to have the little dip of the top cleft of the lip. And if you want to, you can come up here, come up here and just draw almost a goofy Smiley face. All right. And then you can kind of connect the lips to it and have the bottom lip coming under something along those lines, right? Okay. Cool. Okay. So we've got that, we've got the face so far. Eyebrows. Why don't we draw, go straight up from where this eye starts come up and do a tick straight out from where the eye starts come up and do a tick. And you can kinda come, Come around this way. Have you wanna do an eyebrow? You can come up if you want to do it. Basically you want to start them somewhere where the inside of where the eye starts and rounded out a little bit after the eye lens. Okay, that's an easy lesson for eyebrows. Just keep it in that form. There we go. Cool. The other thing you're going to notice is along as I line here, remember this is eyeline that we're following, right? That's where the ears start. So you can have the ear kinda come over and around and do the shape of the urine side. The ear can start here, come over and around. And it can start and do something like that. Right? Okay. So she's got these big goofy years now and stuff for him. All I'm looking over at Joey's now and I can see she's taking more time than I am on this. I just wanted to get the eyes right because for us I did it wrong. Like peoples and really it doesn't look that yeah, we did it. And then I gave you like a weed smoking Sam a full smile because I thought the full smile looked creepy. Yeah. Online. No, I think I think yours looks really good. I'm just thinking, geez, you took a lot more time than I did on mine. Alright. Cool. It's good. But it's just way more time than I did. I'm like almost that your step. I'm just one step behind. So what I wanna do is I want to, even though the ovals here, I know that my chin is a little bit below it. And then I want to come round and come up to where that oval is. Just nicely TOM up to where it meets the ear here. So it's going to stay roundish, but it's just going to drop a little bit lower. Okay. I can see on mine I was a little bit too blunt with the with my initial circle and stuff are my oh my kinda break. That's what we called it. Alright. Okay. Now, here's the hairline. Some people, you know, you start your hair part here. She's got instructed just a little bit off center so I can kinda sprout it up from there. And I'll work it down this way. And it's going to come down to the ear here. It can flow nicely if you want or it on this side, it's going to actually flow over the eye and over the ear. And then what we can do is come in and actually erase that. And there we go. Now for the top, you can kinda come up top here. Haven't flowing, flowing around. This can come in, you know, think of when you're doing hair, this is something that people, suddenly, people wanna do hair like this. You know, when it's going to look like for or something like that, like a bristle brush, right? You don't want to do that. You want to think of hair in waves. Here is going to flow in chunks and in waves. Okay? So you want to have this nice wavy motion to it. Okay? And then we can come down. The hair is still flowing. It's nice and flowing here. It's going to flow out. We can have some just pieces of this wave flowing inside her neck. You want to start at maybe where there's lip comes from. Somewhere in here you can find a landmark up on the face and then have her traps slash shoulders starting to go in there, right? Yeah. Okay. And then her color builder yeah. Down here is actually like the where the collar bones meet and stuff like that. So you can put that little dividend there. Okay. So now, you know, you can come in, color up the eyes if you want. I think Joe, he's already done this and you can go around and just kinda do a halo while. Yeah, You can either halo it or just kinda pronounced. See my sketch work is really dark underneath this all. And I like that for teaching you guys, but, you know, I wouldn't keep it for for any type of finished work or anything. Right. So what I would do is actually I would. I would go in and erase all that sketching and everything. And I would clean it up normally. But on what we're doing here, I don't think we need to. All right. So I'm just kinda instead going around, just kinda giving a little bit more darkness to the form and figure. All right. Okay. Yeah. Well, yeah. She looks cute. It's like I got two little sisters looking at each other here. I think it worked out pretty well. I'm happy with it. It's exactly what I wanted. It basically almost looks like a mirroring here, but yeah, it's because of the eye position, right? Joey, what do you think of yours? I think mine eyes minute turn for more realistic so I don't know how I did that. Right? Yes, it is shaded it or something. Yeah, you're rendering. You spend time giving a lot more detail into it. And so I think that really it's something. Now I'm going to tell you one thing that I would change on yours just a little bit is usually there's gonna be some hair that's gonna kinda come in around it, around the ear. Like it's either, even if it's tucked, you're going to see how it hits on this site. So it doesn't have to be exactly right there and, you know, it could come kinda like that. But either way you would kinda had this blank spot. That's not how it's going to work. It's this ear is going to meet and it's either going to come down there or there's going to be a little tuft of hair coming in there. Okay. So what's said on the ears on either side, you can either have that little tuft of hair or something like that. But other than that, jeez, I think yours is beautiful. Thank you. Yeah. I think it worked really well. And I think it's especially because of how you rendered your eyes. I think your eyes. I didn't mean to ask well, what you did and I can show it on mine a little bit more is you took the time to kinda give the eyeball you fleshed it out a little bit more, right? I think I'll just unconsciously do that because S is how I normally draw eyes. I think you also you did the yeah. The highlight highlight in the eyes and stuff I got. So if you do that kinda stuff, right? That's going to give it just that extra little kick into realism. Yeah, right. So that kinda thing, we'll just punch it even more the more, you know, Rendering details, meaning, shading and all that kind of stuff, the more it's going to look more realistic generally, right? Even if the structure is cartoonish, the rendering will bring it into a little bit of realism. If you want to stay away from it, you simplify, simplify as more of a cartoonish thing. He looks creepy. I don't know why. He looks kinda like the movie, but like really creepy. It's like you have a simple sketch with a new ad, like a lot of rendering and shading. And then it becomes more realistic. And then it gets kinda creepy because their eyes are too big and it looks wrong. Yeah, I've seen that before, but you know what, I don't feel creepy on yours at all. If anything, like if you go in and kinda start cleaning some of this up. Geez. This looks really, kinda awesome. Sorry, I clicked your noses. Okay. Let's go in and clean it there. Yeah. Yeah. I think she's gorgeous. I would add a little bit more little bit of detail on the hair, the hair sweeping down. Little bit more for the Trump's coming and stuff like that. I would actually bump this, this should be lower. It would be somewhere around here because our collarbones going to come here, right. Generally speaking. Yeah. Yeah, I love yours. I think he did a really good job here. Okay. Okay. Guys at home, I hope that yours turned out as awesome as Joey's. Whether it's a little bit more realistic of the rendering or a little bit more simplified. The main thing that I wanted you to do was start to get comfortable with these shapes, right? That's what we're doing here, is we're really looking at what shapes Do they use and how can we use them? 5. Faces Drawing 'Finn': Okay guys, we're back and this is face number three in our how to draw faces for kids course. I'm not excited for this one. It's on an angle and it looks legit like sometimes drawing a face straight on. Yeah, it's not easy, right? You have to understand the shapes and proportions and symmetry and stuff I get. But drawing a face that's looking off to the side, three-quarters view. That's tough. And this is not just a three-quarters view, but he's actually kind of angled up just a little bit right here, he's looking up. So honestly, this is going to be one of the harder ones that we've done so far. I'm throwing this at you though. So I think you guys can do it. We're still looking for basic shapes that well, this circle, yeah, right. So in this one we're just, we're going to look for the circle, right? The basic circle, okay? Here we can see it. The basic circle is here. But from this basic circle, it's going to come down into the jaw and then up. So let's see if we could do it again off to the side here. Basic circle is going to come down into the into the chin here and the jaw and up and then hooking into the ER type of thing. Alright, so the next thing you wanna do is have that center line that comes down the middle. There's this center line that's going to come down the middle. Okay? You know what, what's going to happen here is eventually you're going to learn how to draw kind of a basic skull, right? And then be able to draw something like this. It's getting really ugly. But I think this kinda makes sense to you, right, with the back of the skull back here. Okay? So that's what we're doing. But because it's more animated look, things get distorted, eyes get bigger, chimps get bigger. Noses, gets smaller, depending on the character and stuff like that, right? So we can do the same thing. We can try to bring this off to the side a little bit. And I've got some sketches in the way here, but should be okay. What I'm gonna do is start with a basic circle. I'm gonna kinda come down from that circle. Have the chin here, come up from the chin, and then come up to the year and come up this way. Okay, So this is our basic face, right? If this is tough, if you're not feeling it right now, do it a few more times. Sketch it off to the side, bring it down, bring it over, bring it up, and then bring it up to the year. Then find that center line or something, right? You can start the center line. I like to round it and then bring it down this way. Okay. But yeah, if you're really kinda like I'm not feeling it so far, stop. Because if you don't have it right now, it's going to get tougher, tougher, tougher. You really have to have the structure already in place. Now, this is interesting because this face could be looking down at this point. Could be kinda straight on. But no, we've got a bit of a upwards, a bit of an upward angle here. Okay? So that's what's going to make this even tougher is that this one is angled tough R or AIG or whatever it is is looking up just a little bit. Right? Okay. So we've got this mark in place for the eyes. The nose is a little high, but usually it starts on the under part of the ear. The eyeline is usually aligned to where the ear inserts right here. The nose to the bottom of the nose is usually where the ear ends. Okay. Now, depends on the size of the nose and stuff I got. But they're using semi realistic proportions here, right? And then the mouth falls under that. And that's what we've got here. Again, this is this guy's mouth though, he's got this weird smirk going on. So things are going to be really wanted me on this. This is kind of a tough, tough piece. Yeah. All right. So the first one we're gonna do is we're going to start in the center here. We're going to come up and do this eyebrow that's coming off to the side. Next word and we're gonna do is come this way. So we've got this kinda triangle pyramid thing going on or whatever diamond shape. And then it's going to come down into his nose and over this way to his nose. And you could put one in Austro here and one nostril here type of thing. All right? Okay. Okay, so right now we're kind of going off a lot of geometric shapes, right? It seems pretty simple. This one's going to come, you know, the eyebrow is going to come in. His face, is gonna kinda dropped down. It's going to round about his mouth and then come down into this chin. Okay. But I made a mistake. What what do I normally start with eyes, you know what? So now I'm scared. Yeah, But like I think drawing the eyes straightaway would have gotten the proportions wrong. Maybe it's because the eyes are in difficult places. So one eye is going to start right about here. The other eye is going to start hidden by the nose just a little bit. Okay. This guy is going to come up and are roughly over and then come back under. Again. That's how this one's going to look. And this one's gonna kinda do the same. It's going to come up and over. Back down to the line, right? We're kinda using this line is a bit of a benchmark here. Okay, see if I can zoom in for you a little bit here. And then it's going to come back under, right? So again, we start on a line, we're going to come up and over. Then we're going to come under the line and come back to our source. We're kinda looking at this point and this point as key important points, right? Same on this side, it's kinda coming from hidden behind this nose here. It's gonna come up and over and then come back to it. Okay. Now, where do we want the eyes looking? While we can have them looking this way, we can have them looking this way. We can have them looking whichever way we want, right? In this original model. He's looking back this way, right? I think I might keep that the same. So I'm gonna kinda rough in where I would have those eyes and then come in and do them a little darker. Okay. It's always good to rough it in and then see if you can use use that rough shape guiding your way at this point if you want to. I know Joe has been doing this a lot, filling in her eyes. You can do that if you want. You can come in and fill them in. You can even take an eraser and start to add these little cutesy highlights and stuff, right? It doesn't come. It doesn't really matter where the main thing I'm worried about us doing the shapes. So we're good with ice so far. Yeah. Yeah. We've got this nose. The nostrils. Okay. The mouth is going to be weird because it's kinda it doesn't follow this line. Normally. Right leg It's we can start it on this line. Then it's going to kinda come over here and then hook up. He's got this weird smirk. So it's not, if it was a normal smile, we could follow that line really well. But it's not really following that line. If anything, we can bring the teeth following that line a little bit. Okay. And then the bottom of the mouth, my lines getting kinda ugly here, kinda goes like this and then cuts in. And then the bottom lip That's going to come underneath. And his chin. It's coming underneath there. Now the character has a little bit of stubble going on. Not quite as impressive as my beard, but it'll work. He's got a very square jaw, comes straight back and straight up. And then we'll come into the ER, right? But we're not going to draw a lot of that ear because as we can see here, it's hidden from hair. So hair, like I said, we can put it in the middle part ofs inside his is kinda part in the middle. So you can kinda start kind of branching it off from there. He's got this big wave that kinda comes down and comes across this way in his hairs. Kind of moving in this direction, right? Comes up, back, tucks down, kinda moving in this nice flowy direction right? From the back of his ear here. It's going to be the base of his head, but it's actually it's also the neck. The neck is going to come down this way and that's going to come out to his traps. The neck from underneath the chin is going to come down this way. And his Adam's apple, and this is called the SCM that runs down this way. These will both run down to where the clavicles meet his collarbones and it'll come up this way. And there we go. We can kinda just rough it in this like that. Okay. Okay, Good. But he's looking kinda wonky because there's a whole bunch of weird things going on. He's missing an eyebrow so far. And this eyebrow was like he's got this weird expression going on. So it's kinda it's like questioning. Yeah, it's kinda jutting in this way, right? Actually, I could draw it through if I want, but it's, you know, it's he's got this weird question. So as his eyebrow, the muscle is also pushing inward there. Then as skilled as forehead kinda run following our initial shape, right? There we go. And the hair kind of flows this way, flows over and kinda gets jag it a little bit there. All right, we can see this flow. Okay, there we go. Now, pretty much we're done here. There are some things that I'm not loving about it, but I didn't love the initial sketch anyways. I don't love this. So what I would do for me, I think I would come in here and kind of clean this up. I don't love how this is looking on mine. What I wanted to do was actually bring it up and then it kinda bulges around his mouth a little bit more. There we go. Okay. Yeah. Other than that, I think this kind of works. We use the initial shape. It looks decent, ease doing what I want them to do. I think there's like I said, there's a few things that are bugging me. I might straighten out the nose a little bit. But other than that, I'm happy with it. I actually quite like hello Enter now. Oh my goodness. I'm looking at yours and yours is legit. It looks like it totally. Does. You give them more stuff on his chin? I should do that. There we go. A little bit more, right. That helps. Okay. Yeah. No, I'm looking at yours and I really like it. I really like how yours looks. I think all your practice on faces is really coming together. I'm really impressed. Long years of years. How old are you again to all so many long years. But really, you know, that's what goes to show is when you keep practicing it. And you know what's funny about this though? Even though you practice it and you get kinda good, what happens when you take a break? Oh, it gets worse. Yeah. Kinda. You get arrested, you get a little rusty, right? And so I think with you, I haven't drawn faces in the last week or so or something I got, you know. So I'm feeling just a little rustic minus1. Okay. But it's, but you've been banging it out for the last few days, I've noticed, right? Yeah. And so honestly, I can tell. So I think that's a lesson to our students at home that if you really want to, you just keep practicing, practicing, practicing and it's going to show. Yeah. And I could see it in your work joy, It's really showing. Okay. Any advice for the people at home? Practice. If you think you're practicing too much practice, more. Practice, practice, practice. Good, good stuff. Cool. Thanks, guys. And like she says, keep practicing. 6. Faces Drawing 'Moana': Hey guys, we're back and this is face number for it. She's got a nice warm phase. It's going to be easy. I think the last one we had was a little bit difficult training. It was a little bit angled and everything. This is still a face turned to the side. So there is going to be some challenge here, but I don't think it'll be that, that bad. Okay? And what we're going to play with a real simple form here. Doing, what do you see when you first look at her? What's the simple form? You can see I circle a circle, right? You know, like that's what we're talking about. We're talking about a plain old circle here, right? So let's see if we could find the circle, right? Okay? And then right beside us here, why don't we come over and we'll see if we could draw that plain old circle. Sometimes it takes a little bit of rounding. You know, you can go around a few times, this one if you want to, you can even come in and clean it up. You know, you can clean up your circle. I don't really like my students needing erasers or anything like that when we get into the final product or for sure we want to clean things up and everything, right? But I mean, right now we're just sketching, right? So if you want to, you can do what I'm doing right now and just kinda start cleaning things up a little bit, but it's not needed. It's okay. Okay, so we've got this circle and we're doing circumference lines. Joined. You remember what circumference lines are? No. Come on. Okay. Listen like during this face course, you're going to hear this circumference line, right? It's, it's that the line that follows the center curve of the sphere shape or whatever, right? It bends along and it turns right. It can turn into, it's like when we look at a basketball and we got to lose lines going along the curve of it, right? Okay. They follow the center of the circumference or whatever him. We've got two major circumference lines on her face that are going to be really easy. The one coming from the front or along the chin and then through the forehead. And you're gonna see it's gonna kinda cross like right through the middle of the nose here, right through the middle of the lips down, is going to cross between your eyebrows and then kind of wrap around so we can see if we can do that one here. You know what's going to come like this, come around and come down. Right. Because she's she's slightly looking this way, or at least her head's slightly turn that way rather. And then the other one is going to be wrapping on eye level. And you notice that it's, you know, it's kinda got this nice curve to it. So if I wanted to, I could do that same thing and just kind of make it a nicer curve going through, all the way through print. And that's how simple it is. You know, if we want, I'll do another little notch down below for the nose and then another one for the mouth. Let's see if it goes above this edge and this much. And if we even wanted to, we could come up and do the eyebrows and measure it out. All right. And again, if we wanted to, we can do more lines to the eyebrows and the nose. The eyebrows and the nose, right? So you can measure tons if you want. You can do what we call eyeball it. You know, once you get your basic things in place, you can kind of eyeball it. You guesstimate using the proportion that you look at it with your eyes and stuff trip? Yeah. What do you giggling about? He said guesstimate. Yeah, I use that term sometimes, right? We can guesstimate. Okay, so we're going to guesstimate and we're going to look and say, Well, why don't we go with the nose first because it seems to be starting off here. All right. We're gonna have this nose, nose. I know my father just scoop down and I'm going to have it kinda come over here with the little nostrils on the line, right? Okay. This I is going to start here and this one's going to be a little bit closer at a nose. We can do the underside of it if we want to start. And then do the part up top. And you'll notice I'm not pulley connecting them. She's got this animated look tour, so there's a little bit of a disconnect in the eyes, a little bit on the edges here and stuff like that. They don't fully connect with. If we want. We can shift where the eyes are looking. I could have the pupils looking more off to one side. And like Joey always likes to do it, I'm starting to do her thing and start shading them in, right? Okay. Me, Kate, now these eyebrows are really high up. But we're going to follow these center lines, right? You know, we're going to clip them right onto that line there. Haven't come back and it's going to come down around close to that, I come back up and there we go. And this one's gonna do the same thing, but it's gonna kinda come to the edge of the head and that away. Okay. Listen, if you wanted to play with it. When you could do you could have this one come down. This is where you start to play with emotion a little bit and this one come up. And it gives a different twist to train. You could do the same thing with the mouth. You can have a straight smile, right? Or you can have a small little smile. Kinda up tilted smirk on this side. Alright. It's really depends on how you want to do it. She's got a really big full lips. So you've gotta make sure you draw those in. Getting kinda ugly sometimes, how do you think it's going? Okay? Yeah. You feel pretty good about it? Yeah. Not bad. Okay. Okay. So now we've got like a looks like a floating basketball with a face attached to an atom. That's kinda awesome Actually. That's really what we really want to. We're going to follow this island off to the side here. And we know that that's where the ear starts. And it's going to loop around. Okay, so we're going to have the ear like that top ridge of it, the little nodes inside of it. And if we want to, starting here, we can start to bring the chin down. Following are our nice basketball. She so simple in her design on this right here. If we want to, we can kinda bring it in at the eye and then bring it, bring it up towards the eyebrow here. I mean, you can see what I'm doing here, Right? I'm kinda bringing it in and up or you can just keep it around like how that looks. Then you're going to bring it up to here. Then our hair is going to start here and her hair line and just kinda kinda rough, right? We want to follow the the line of the basketball, right? But we don't want to fall with too close because we want to have some depth going behind it, right. So it's going to come down and she's going to have some swirls down in here. And then this is where it gets fun. You know what, she's going to have this this hair coming off of her and coming down. Coming on either side. Coming down, right. You can get kinda loose with it. The other thing you wanna do is from the behind the ear here. Bring it down to the neck. Bring that part down. Call it the SCM. Actually, there's a long name for it, but you guys don't need to know it from right about here. We can bring this down to, this is going to come to that little dividend or collar bone. And this is going to be your shoulder here, right? But I'm not going to draw that. It's going to go to about somewhere around there. All right. Cool. How's yours come in? You almost there. Yeah. Okay. Well, I'll let you watch Joey is she's finishing hers up a little bit and I'm going to get in here and do a little bit of a halo on mine just to kinda darken some spots up. Anything tripping you up their joy? No. No. Actually, I think you know what? This is one of our simpler ones that I'm glad we sometimes it's good to go hard and then have something easy. Did I mean, like I I felt that last one we did was a little bit tough. This one's not super easy, like you could mess it up, right? Of course, it's a face, right? The thing with this one is, I think that the simple shape of that circle as a base that really helped it, right? Like as long as you're practicing your circles. Jeez, this one is going to be pretty easy to start filling in the details, right? Yeah. I think I've got a halo to mind. No. No. Okay. I mean, quite content with them. Yeah. I'm happy with mine too. I think it worked out pretty well. I think that this was nice and fast, fast and furious. I think I'd call it, you know, I'd maybe go in and start cleaning up some lines, getting rid of some of this sketchiness and stuff like that. Right. But other than that, I'm happy with how she looks. Do we know who this is? It's Maulana. Let's say it's marijuana, right? Yep. Yeah. She's cute. Actually, you know what? Now that I'm saying it, I think I would give her a bigger lips. She seems to have much bigger lips. Yeah. I made your nose not Why didn't? I feel like yeah. So you can kinda go in and say, okay, well, what am I doing wrong here? Like, there's some things that I really like about it. There's some things that I'd like to change that we'll grab the character a little bit more. And so for both of us, I think widening the nose and thickening up the lips just a little bit, right? And also help. Cool. Looks very smug. Or she does. She's I I proved it, please. Yeah. No, I think yours looks really good. Minds got that one raised eyebrow, right? Yeah. So she's going to questioning Just a little bit, right? Yeah. I think this was nice and fast and a nice, easy unit line looks Asian, I don't know why, but I don't think it looks kinda thing as the eyes. Yeah, I think I made it too narrow antenna. I can fix it a bit. No, you don't have to worry about it. I think like you've got the kind of dragged up the eyes like I'm doing right now. A little bit, the lash on the eye. So it gives that impression that it's a little bit of more Allman shape, a little bit longer looking a little bit more Asian there, right? Yeah. To fix it, I just made them a bit more vertical instead. There you go. Cool. Okay, guys. Short and sweet. And if it's hard, what do you do? Keep practicing. That's right. 7. Faces Drawing 'Jenny' expressions: Hey guys, We're back and we're with the face number. What does this 797? Yeah. Wow. It's gone pretty well. Not bad. You know, sometimes I like to hit you with some hard ones and someone's are a little bit easier, right? This one is going to be on the easy side, but we're gonna do a couple of things to it that'll make it a little bit tougher. Okay, we're going to play with some expression a little bit. Okay? So this is what I want to do on this one. Actually, we're gonna do the same thing we normally do. We're going to look for the shape. And if we could see this shape, it's kinda of a circle, a Gish, Sergei ghoulish. I know I'm bad, right? The other thing like what I wanna do here is just, I'm just going to move those a little bit too dark. That's all right. It'll work. I'm gonna pull this across just so I got the measurements for us. So I'm going to draw these like little circle eggs. I'm going to draw two. And there's a reason why I'm going to do this. This one's going to be a little bit different than last time. Right down the middle, we're going to do this. Center line and central line. We're kinda doing two at a time here, right? And we will do The middle center as well. There we go. So we've got what is potentially here, three faces in a row, right? Okay? Now, how are we going to do this with changing this simple face, right? What I want to do is play with expressions. So this first one, if we look at the expressions, we've got what's happening here. The eyebrows are kinda coming up, right? They've got this upward tilt. We would write, the eyes are big. Something like that. There's some stressors above the eyes. A little bit of stress there. Another key thing is this mouth. We've got dimples down below, right? And then the nose doesn't change too, too much with emotion. I might wrinkle up with aggression, that kind of thing. And then the eyes are small. Right? Okay. So if you've been following along with me and I know who I was going fast. I was doing it for a reason. You're going to have a stress little face sitting there on this magic bowl, right? This line and contoured ball, right? The key points are, what are we talking about? This raised eyebrow, right? Okay, raised eyebrow, especially in the middle here. This middle part is raised, right? The stress lines over top of the eyes. The eyes themselves wider, then maybe normal, and then centered and small pupils. Cool. The other thing is this mouth. Actually I'm going to lower just a little bit. Looks stressed. It's got these little dimples down below the lip, under it. Individ above. There we go. Okay, so what are the key factors for stress, Joey, to show them the IRA, the eyebrows. What else? So size of the pupil? The size of the pupils? Sure. Frown. Was no, be careful with the word frown. Frown. It's just okay. Well, it's still raised eyebrows are right. Oh, you're talking about the mouth, the ship them out. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. It is kind of a frown. Is this downturn downturned Grumpy Cat kinda thing, right? Yeah. Okay. So what you can do now is just kinda if you want to, you can finish this off really quickly. You know, have the hair come in, have the cheek come down. We're going to go up into the ER. I didn't really give myself enough room for it because I wanted to draw it a couple of times here. Okay. So for you guys, if you've got room, go ahead and do it. If not, I'm not stressed over it. The main there's some other things that we want to be doing here today. But definitely she's looking all stressed right? Now let's change something. Easy one to switch these eyebrows. Instead of being up here, we're going to bring them down here. So we're going to have him like this and they're going to be coming into the center, something like that. Okay. These eyes are still going to start on this line, but they're going to be smaller, more focused. There's still the same width as what we were doing before, basically, right? But the vertical up and down is going to be a lot smaller. We're going to have this nose. But you know what, maybe we might add a little wrinkle up here or something, right. There we go. I think you can tell what emotion I'm going for already here. So I've got these downward facing eyebrows, right? Smaller eyes, little wrinkles in the nose, and maybe still a downward mouth, but little bit open. There we go. The eyes maybe will be sometimes looking down. Gives that angry look, right? Okay, so we've got a whole bunch of things going on here. Downward eyebrows, the smaller eyes, wrinkles above the nose, and the still angry mouth. Twist it off to the side just a little bit, right? You can even put some little mouth emotion they're coming from here. And then you can, if you want to draw in the face, right, she's still got this roundish face going on. The hair could be a little bit wilder. Still the same kind of design, but maybe just coming into the face a little bit more. And there we go. So you can see how she got a lot angrier, right? Yeah. You want to have the ability to change somebody's emotions. So when we look at normal emojis or whatever, I, you know, we look at these types of things. The simple happy faces and stuff. Yeah. They're not realistic. Yeah, they're not exactly what you want to be going for, right? But they are reflective of something. As soon as we see them, we read them. Meaning, we read the meaning behind them. And that's what you want to be able to express. You want to be able to express some meaning behind the character that you're drawing right now. Okay. So what do you think, Joey, did you express some meaning behind your emotions? Yeah, I think so. Yep. Your first one looks scared. My second one it looks just kinda annoyed. That's okay. If you want to, then what you do is you bring the eyebrows down even further, right? Like look at that. That's really starting to get angry and stuff like that, right? You can bring them down further. You'd have the eyebrows, the muscles bunching up against each other and stuff, I guess you could have some stress lines above and stuff too, right? So you can push this even further. You know, what a really good exercise for this is. What the mirror look at your own face and see how things move. Or I guess nowadays, what do you have charging sitting off to the side there? My phone. That's right. You know, you could use a phone. Snap some pictures of yourself just in happy, sad, confused, you know, these time. Well, I never get ahead. And, you know, you don't have to draw yourself. You don't have to draw yourself perfectly. You could be drawing the whole queue, could be drawing area or it could be anything. But you want to try to capture which way the key features of the face move, right? Okay guys, so your homework off this one is take some pictures or use a mirror and try to grab a few more emotions. See which way the eyebrows move. See how the mouth looks, and see if you can catch it in a drawing. Good luck guys. 8. Faces Drawing 'Fathom': Hey guys, we're back and we've got face number five. Why? I like the sound of that face number 5. And we've got no name tour. It doesn't matter because what we're looking for is not the name, but more how to draw her. Okay. Joey, if you could describe her face in a shape, would you say it's like rectangle, we'll just say it's like a kinda vague with like a weird trapezoid. Yeah. Right. So if I'm kinda tracing along at it, I'm looking at this shape, right? I could kinda go round and I could kinda have this the shape. But then you're going to see it the jaw cuts in more. Right. Okay. So we can if you want to bring it off to the side, right? You can have, and you can even measure an ODE if you want. All right. You're going to have this kinda nice rounded, rounded shape. All right? That kinda a hatred type of look writer looks kinda like a potato to me. But then we're going to come in here and she's going to have a bit of a harder jaw line. All right. Okay. So it's okay to use the the potato guideline. You can make little bots and make it look like an ugly potato. But now we're going to start to cut away from it and stuff, right? So as usual, what do we do? We're going to have this center line coming down the middle, right? Center line coming down the middle. And then we're going to have this nice eye line. So look at this. If I was doing measured this, where does it come? Well, that's almost exactly 50 percent of the way, right? So I can bring that over about halfway and then just kinda have this nice Rounding line. She's might be slightly tilted forward. So that's why I've got that slight bend in it. Right. Okay. If she was straight straight on, it would be a straight, straight line. But I think she's slightly bent forward. And then you can see maybe the eye starts somewhere around there. Her nose. It's about halfway down. Right. If I bring that over, the nose is actually pretty far down. And then her mouth bring that over. Her mouth is actually fairly far down too, right? Yeah. Cool. So that's a good way to measure it, right? And like I said, you could throw and even more measurements if you want, have this kind of thing following. So this might be where the eye starts and maybe the, the outside of the nose or the nostrils or something, right? You can use all these different points if you want. The hairline might be somewhere around here, right? Depends how much you want to eyeball and how much you want to guesstimate. Guesstimate joint. You have no comment them out that word nowadays as you're getting used to it. Okay. I personally like the eyeball. I feel like sometimes we're gonna do the measurements that get messed up a bit. So I don't know. I just feel better when I eyeball it. But then again, sometimes it gets pretty bad. I'm going to eyeball it. Yeah, right. So what I usually recommend is start off by measuring things and then what you could do is the next time you draw it, you know, you, you start to just roughly eyeball it. And then you start to hear like, okay, all I need is these two markers and I'm good to go. All right. So I would say, you know, you could draw this a few times and just see, what can I get away with it? How much do I need to measure? And then how much do I need to? Well, like for me, for what I did, I just measure like the size of the head. That's a good one, I guesstimated everything else. Basically, you could like when I added the trapezoid on the board. Okay, so I'm going back to my, my original thing and starting with the eyes, I'm going to find she's got these nice job UPI eyes, right? Looks like he's wearing like really intense island or something. Yeah. And they come almost to the side of the face a little bit there. And then what you can do is from this side and come in if you want. Or you can come from the inside here, right under here, and come up. It's really like what, what way feels good for you for handling that a bit of a curve, right? Okay. You just want to have them relatively even. And then what you wanna do is kinda come in and have more of that swoop in the eyelash, right? You can thicken it up a little bit print and then thicken up the bottom. Okay. I got a question for you. What shape is an eye? I got eyeball, especially us there also. It's a circle. It's a ball, right? So underneath at all, we're drawing an eyeball, right? So we've got to realize that that if we're drawing an eyeball, the eyeball is probably sitting something like this somewhere in here, right? So what do you want to do then? Is make sure you use the inside and outside of the curve of that bowl to give it that the roundness. It's not, it's not a flat surface, right? It's got some round shape to it. Okay. So even the pupil and everything inside has got this roundness to it. It, it forms over around the eyeball, right. And go in and clean it up if you want for something. Okay. Okay. Next one, we can have the nose little bridge of the nose down here. And all the last details on her, the better. We're just going to add in a little bit of nostrils, their little bridge of the nose right? Here's the center line for the mouth is coming this way and she's got a little smirk on this side. And then a little straight line just on this side. Okay. Below her nose is a little dip on the top of the lip. It's going to come straight street back to this side lip and this side of the mouth. Okay. And then underneath nice full lips. And on this drawing we don't know, we don't have a connected, but you can if you want, right? Okay. So now we've got this interesting floaty face, right? And that's how a lot of these are going to look until we start forming them out. These faces floating on shapes right? Next up, I would say use the eyebrows. So we're going to follow this kinda inside line from the I come up here. And on this side we're going to follow it up, bring it up and back down. And you can scribble it in however you like. She's got pretty thin eyebrows, right? It's like the 1990s look very nineties. Nineties, ESC. Do the other side, bring it up and back. Nice. Cool. Okay. There's another facial feature that I think is really cute on her. These little freckles. You can add them in now or after it's all done, It's your choice. But put a few really up to you. I rhymed on that. Okay. Coming below, actually, you know what? We're going to use the same eyeline, come up here and draw the ear coming off is going to come back and down. And it's going to end up somewhere around where this nose comes up. Okay. This ridge of the ear, a little nub. The bottom piece here, and this is going to come down into her jaw. You can do the same on this side of the note, the ER come up. It's going to come back down to roughly about where the nose would go. Have this rigid the year come up, the little nub, maybe some details in there, the bottom part. And this is going to come down into the jaw. Cool. So I kinda made the jaw a little bit hard, but it's actually going to be a little softer and a little rounder than how I roughed. It. Doesn't have to be exactly that hard. And down into the chin. The chin I find is a good place to center yourself, right? Like if I'm kind of wondering, well, where's my center line? Well, you know what? I can have the chin on the bottom here. And it'll kinda Center me and then coming up from that side and coming up from the other side. But as long as I place this chin right, it'll feel good. The, the drawing itself will feel a lot more centered right? In the neck. Her neck seems to be started from somewhere about this side of the eye. Come down. Same on this side. If I come down, the SCM is pulling towards that point her for traps come down this way. Here we go. So am I done? No. No. Something's missing? Definitely not. Yeah. How are you doing? Oh, I can see you're playing around and adjusting a little bit. This is because I felt like my mouth was a bit off-center. Yeah. It's okay. It's fine. Especially if you're working on a tablet, you get to do some digital tricks. I'm trying not to do that. I'm trying to think of it just in the way of like as if I was working with paper, right? Yeah. Okay. So here's her hairline. So we're going to have like the kinda the hair sprouting back from here, right coming down into here. And coming down into the ear area, spreading off to this side. Coming down to here, you'll find that the hair line often has a relationship with the eyebrow. On this side, you know, don't have that kind of relationship. So this is the hair, how is acting. But above the head where the layer of hair is resting, even if it's slipped all the way back, it would still come something along here. And then we'll come straight down. So it's coming on this side. And I could common draw it straight up on this side here and then round it over. There we go. And then she got this wet hair. So it's kinda supposed to fall straight down with the wetness, right? It's just the weight of it as holding it straight straight down as there's no waves to it or anything like that. It's just going straight down. Cool. And if I want to, I can just go around. Do a slight Halo to give it some punch. Now this character has got slightly more realistic proportions. It's not heavily rendered, so it's not super, super realistic. But the proportions y's are lot better than some of the more animated ones that we did before. Here are ones that look like Disney characters, right? So you're going to find with this one, you know that the eye is exactly halfway down the head, that type of thing, right. Okay. So I like her, although I feel like minus tilted up just a little bit more like especially with the eyes looking off to this direction. I don't know if I intended that or if I was to do it again or redo it, I might bump those eyes down just a little bit, right? Joy. What do you think? How is yours going? You're almost done pretty good. Yeah. Is that how you imagine it? No. I'm making the nose a bit better. Okay. Why? Because I feel like I drew it to smoke. Will look at that. If I was to change mine, you know, I could come in and drop it down a little bit. I could thicken it up a little bit. It gives a different different feeling to it. Like just, just by adjusting something like that, right? So it's interesting how you can play with it just a little bit and get that different feeling, right? So whether it's the nose, whether it's the eye shape, lips, the thickness, whatever we're noticing that these small little changes, we're having a big impact in how the character is looking, right? So if you're ever feeling it's not looking quite right. Pause a little bit. Take a look. Look at the one you're trying to replicate and say, Okay, well, what features different? Whereas it off my Wasn't my measurements or is it just the size of these different features? Right. Okay. Joey, you ready to roll? Yeah. Yeah. Good stuff. I think it looks really solid and you know what? I think we're done on this one. Yep. Yep. So guys at home, just keep on practicing. 9. Faces Drawing 'Fathom' side: Hey guys, We're back and we're done. We're still looking at faced number five here. I will. I'm not I am. And there's a reason for that. We've drawn the same face, right? We've drawn it as a straight on shot. We replicate it off to the side. But now if you recognize, what we're gonna do is come down and draw that same face, a full profile, a side profile shot. Okay. And not just that, but it's kinda looking down. So hopefully you can get kind of comfortable. This is what we call almost like a character sheet is drawing that same character from a bunch of different angles, right? So you get used to some of these proportions. So if you remember when we were drawing this face earlier, we had this center line and about halfway down we had her eyes, right? Well, check this out. Here's going to be our center line and about halfway down is going to be the eyeline. Write only the shape. We're gonna do the shape from the side here. So we can have this on there, this circle, but then it's going to drop down and come back up. So let's see if we can do that. We're going to bring this off to the side a little bit. See if we can bring this off to the side. These points. We're going to have a circle. And we're going to drop down on this angle and then sweep up. So what's this sweep? Do you know what the sweep is here or here? That's her jaw. Right. And what does it come up to her? Yeah. Well, yeah, I like the bottom of the year and if we measure it out, you know, if we're looking this way, well about halfway is going to be this eyeline, right? See how that kinda works. It's, it's kinda awesome actually that we can still keep this proportion whether we're the heads looking this way. And we're going to have it boat halfway. And that's going to be the eye line. So that would be the ear here and stuff, right? Okay. But we've tilted this head down just to throw in some added difficulty for you know. Yeah. Yeah. Listen if you want to, you can turn your paper so that your head is just to kinda stay straight, facing, facing forward this way in stuff, right? Just to make it that little bit easier, right? So shift your paper around. It doesn't matter. I'm not there. Joe, he's not there. We're not judging. Okay. So why don't we get right into it. When we're looking at an eye from the side, it has this kind of effect, do you? I mean, we're just looking at it from the side. Remember, we've got this eyeball here. But looking at it from the side, we're only able to see this much of it would be visible of the eyeball, right? Okay. So we can come here and do something along these lines. A nice little triangle. Have the eyeball that's showing you remember it's a curve. Okay. There we go. And if you want to, you can put some little bit of Lash on there. You can come in and add that later if you want or whatever, right? Give some definition into Lash. Okay, now, depending on the character, usually somewhere around here is going to be the eyebrow bump, right? We've seen that before. And characters, it's going to come in for the nose and then bump up for the nose. Now this girl's got this cute little button nose. Okay. So it's got this little ridge to it and everything, right? She's got that cute little button nose and as it's going to come back down for the lips. So I'm almost drawing the shapes, trying to follow along here a little bit, right? Nostril, we'll come back down and around. Cool. I do enjoy it. If you do an OK. Yeah. Okay, good stuff. The lips, you can give a lot of definition to them. A little definition from the side, it's kinda up to you. The one thing that I would say though, is once we get down into the chin, don't just drop it straight down. Most people will have a little bit of protrusion for the chin, little bit of a bump there. And then you can bring it and swing it all the way around up along the jaw here. And we're gonna go into that little bump, the little nub of the year, the ridge that starts around the eye line here. And then the ER finishes somewhere around us nose line, right. Okay. But that nice little ridge, we've got some bridges inside some details of the year. Cool. Okay. And we can add in a few little freckles if we like. Spending how we wanna do it. Little crow's feet. I don't know how old she is. Actually, she's not button. And then the forehead can be smoothed out there to cool. The eyebrow is going to start somewhere up here. Raise up, and then finish. Just behind the eye. There. All right. Okay. Now the hairline usually we have the hairline. Remember it'll kinda, kinda copy the the eyebrow a little bit. It likes to come forward here and then around out and then back, right? This is the usual hairline. So if you can follow that a little bit, when you're doing it, you can follow those that line a little bit, right? You could have the hair. We're still doing that slip back here, Kim. So little side burn here, but it's it's it's slipped back. It's being pulled back here. That's going to come up. It's going to be pulled back. It's all slipped back. Coming to the back of the head as wet and dripping down. All right. Okay. There's no waves to this or anything like that. It's it's coming from the back of the head ends can be straight dripping down. That SCM is going to come down from behind the ear here. The sternocleidomastoid, and then the little Adam's apple, but not, you know, the, the part that goes under her chin is going to come down into a shoulder. And then down. Now we can have our hair flowing down the front here too or whatever, depending on you even have a few locks if you want. That got loose and the front a little bit. Right? The only thing that I don't like on mine so far is I think I would give her a little bit more depth behind the head. I think for the size of the face that I gave it. I think I'd like to see just a little bit more back here. There we go. That seems to be in keeping with, you know, if I was going to have the back of the skull here and then the the hair on it and stuff like that. That's what I would like a little more. Some hair dripping down. And you can even throw in some water dripping off of it or something like that, right? She's wet so there's going to be water dripping down everywhere and stuff, right? Okay. So the key point when we're drawing of a face from the side is remembering that the eye is different. We've still got an eyeball, but we're only seeing a part of it, right? We're seeing just this front opening here. And it might even be a very small part of the pupil that we're seeing. Okay. You the eyebrow will be somewhere above it, same as we normally do. And then coming behind it, cool. And forehead will come here. It will come down into the nose. Something along those lines. And so you can just work, you know, this size, the lips. They can be goofy to a goofy chain however you want it. But that's for yours to play with. You can play with all the proportions you want within stuff, right? Joey, it's a tough shot. What do you think? You're really tearing up these faces lately I've been really impressed. How did you work on yours today? Okay. Just Okay. Yeah. Just said this one was harder than the other ones. But I like there I like how slick back it is. Yeah. This look-back care I think if I was to change mine just a little bit, I'd give a little bit more space up top here. There we go. I also feel like some to my person needs to be angled down a bit more. Yeah, I think yours is is angled up just a little bit too much now, but that's okay. You know, we're learning what we like and what we don't like with this, right? Yeah. Okay. Guys, I want you to practice. I think looking at mine and then looking at Joey's. I think there's a lot of room for improvement on both of ours. But I think we also like what we're seeing here. We're liking the groove of what we're putting out. Not every, every one's going to be a masterpiece. You know, not every, every drawing is going to be exactly how you envision it, but what do you do? You go back into it, you tweak it around a little bit. You play with it and see if you can do what you want to do with it. See if you can change it. Just bump it a little bit. Just like I did now. I'm like, Yeah, you know what? It looks a little bit better now, a little bit smoother, right? That's what you wanna do is don't give up. Don't give up just because it's not turning out exactly the way you want it to. Take that lesson and roll with it. Guys, keep practicing. And I'm just, I'm really impressed. I want to see some of these drawings that you're sending me. So many of my students have sent these drawings and it just blows. My mind, enjoys minds, right? Like all these sketches are just so, so cool, right? We love seeing them. So sketch them, scan them, and send them our way. And guys always keep practicing. 10. Faces Drawing 'Will': And West Philadelphia, born and raised on the playground is where I spent most of my days. Hopefully, some of you guys know the rest of that because who we draw next? Lastly, That's right, big Willie cell, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, right? I'm a big fan. I remember his career growing up and stuff I got. And so I chose him as one of our more realistic drawings. Now listen, this is important when I say realistic, There's two meanings behind that. Sometimes realistic could be in rendering the shading. And that's a big, big thing that you'll see that happening there, right? But in this case it's realistic as in its proportions. These are proportionately. Will Smith, okay, his eyes, his nose, his ears are all in the place that they're supposed to be. Okay, so we're gonna try to draw some realistic proportions here. One thing that'll help you when drawing proportions can be sometimes measuring just a little bit, right? So you can measure using a ruler or just your, your eyes a little bit and stuff and, and bringing that across, right? Okay. So using that, what shape are we looking at? Will. Will was a kinda surprise, I think. Yeah. I love that we've made a new head shape. I don't think anybody has that patented yet, but kinder surprise head, right? So we're gonna do the same thing. And we try to get the same width roughly. There we go. Roughly. Will Smith. All right. Of course we're going to tweak a little bit. His jaw is a little bit higher on this side as well, right? But that's what you wanna do. Then what do we do? We find the central line. Luckily, this is a straight on shot, right? So we're going to find a center line going straight up and down. And we've already got this eye line going across. We've got that eye line going across it. We measure it to begin with, right? Okay. So right now I think we're doing okay. We're looking not so bad actually, I think mine's a little narrow now that I'm looking at it. But it's not bad. Like I think I'm drawing maybe 20 year-old we'll instead of 40 year-old away or he got a little bit wider in the face as he aged, right? Yeah. Some people do that. Do you have any comments about my age? But like Leonardo DiCaprio? Yeah, he does that do. Okay, so what we're gonna do is kinda start to play some things. His eyes might start their little wide right there, little wide away from center. His nose, if I followed along his nose is somewhere around here. Sometimes I draw circles just to kinda rough it in a little bit, right? His mouth starting at this point on either side. He's got this kinda uplift and he's got a good big smile on them. Okay. And then he's got a lip below. And then the eyebrows. We can follow them across there roughly starting about where the eyes are and coming across, right. He's got a nice hairline up above. Better than my hairline, I think. And you know what? This is important sometimes where the eyebrows are, you can get where the hair line comes. Okay. So it kinda comes like that. Cool. Okay. And of course, Big Willy, he's got some some ears going on, right? He's a little well-known for these years. Cool. Well, no, I just kinda roughed out the key areas and stuff. You know, where were these key parts of his features are going to seem fine. It looks more like a clown than Will Smith. But, you know, it's not like he doesn't clown around, right. So, so I'm going OK. And hey, listen, if I'm going too fast and it seems like I am because my kid isn't even keeping up with me and she's really good. You know what? Don't stress. Just put me on pause. All right. Pause for the cause and just let me sit while you catch up. You don't have to worry and follow along with me. You can follow along with me, pause me, and then rewind it and follow me again. Right? So don't feel that your stress trying to keep up with me. Okay. So let's see if we can add in a few details here. Where do I always like to start? The eyes? Yeah, I love to start with the eyes. So in this case, he's got this nice, kinda realistic covering for the AI. Comes under. I'd like to do the top first. And it comes under. Kinda nice Allman shape, okay. Little lid line above it can start to out. Do you roughed a lot of this in? So, you know, it's pretty easy right now to just come in and add in some details there. I can add the pupil at the little inside pieces of the eye. Remember that an eye is a circle, right? Actually, that's better size. So we want to have the, the, showing that sphere inside, right? Okay. I'm going to have the nose come up with the bottom of the nostril. Nice little red. He's got the little bump on his nose, right? He's got a cute little nose. They're going to have the mouth come up and then come from big smile. And then his teeth are going to come down and a big smile on those as well. Will Smith almost always had a go t. So we're going to rough this in from under the nose out to the dimple and then back down to the chin. Pass the mouth a little bit to the dimple and back down to the chin. And then just following the chin just a little bit there. The lip underneath his mouth with a little bit of hair underneath it. And then we can bring this go t down underneath. We can just go down there. Look at a little thick right now. Thicker than what I would like. I think I brought it the goatee a little bit too thick, but not bad. I'll fix that a little bit by bringing in the jaw. All smooth the jaw just a little bit. There we go. Okay. Now for his ears, I can come up and around. He's got these nice kinda with, for lack of a better word, Dumbo ears and stuff. I got, you know, adding some details in there, bring it up and around, and adding some details in there. Right. Now. This is how we have this roughed in here. But actually the head is going to come from behind the ear a little bit. And behind the ear. Why is that? Look at how like I emit a little bit wider up top then I did the bottom. Any idea why that is? No. K. If you ever look at a human skull, most skulls get a little bit wider and the cornea, like as they move to the back in the base of the skull, they widen a little bit. Okay. So his face might be the shape of our little Tkinter shape that we drew in. The actual skull is going to have a little bit extra thickness as it goes back. So not just counting his hair here, the hair can be part of that as well. But he's got a pretty tight feed going on. Pretty tight cut. So really what it is, you're going to find that above the nose ish, right? If we have, if we have a skull, here's the nose, Here's the eyes, Here's the teeth. You're going to find that like this is the front of it. This is the general face but the back of the skull. Back here. Yes, it's a lot thicker. This back part of the skull gets a lot thicker. Okay. So keep that in mind when you're drawing that you want to, if you're going for a little bit of realism, you're going to give it a little bit extra going on above the ear there. Okay. So I'm going to bring this up. Maybe rounded a little bit better given pore will. But as skull damage there, I can do the hair line. Cuts down for the eyebrow of the eyebrow cuts in. There we go. Not bad. I could give him a straight on neck if I don't want to draw exactly how I had it before. And that is Will Smith. Not bad. Although I'm kinda overlapping a little bit here, I think it turned out pretty decent. What do you think for your Will Smith? That's okay. Yeah, I get that. Why don't you like it? I think it looks good. I think his Let me take a look. I think the lower half of his face looks a little squished if you look at his eyes that you drew compared to the reference eyes and yeah, you've got his eyes sitting just flat, right on that line. Whereas in his eyes lift just a little bit above it. Yes, they started that. They've got more of an omen sweep underneath them. Whereas and you've got this harsh cut line underneath, especially on that on the one on the right through him. So I think that flattens them out a little bit. It's funny because when we're drawing these more detailed, kinda realistic proportion ones, as soon as we do something that's a little bit off. Boyd, we ever recognize it? You're I mean, like we can say, well, yeah, that doesn't look like Will Smith. Yeah. I mean, we can recognize that. Oh, it's close. But it's not quite right. Just because when we do the cartoonish versions, we give ourselves a little bit of an allowance and say, Wow, it's a cartoon version and stuff like that, right? It can be a little bit off as long as it kinda resembles the person, right? But as soon as we're trying to hit that more realistic version, our standards go up. We start to be a lot more critical for what we're looking for, right? Okay, so that's Will Smith. Listen, because this is more realistic proportions. I wouldn't be surprised if you had to rewind this. Again. You I mean, this is not easy. Okay? So don't worry about it. Don't worry if it's tough. And where if you struggled a little bit. The key point is to keep practicing. That's right. Keep on. 11. Faces Drawing 'Will' caricature: That is a much better integral than the one that I tried to wrap, right? Yeah. Alright. So we're looking at Will Smith again. Again. Again. You wonder why? Yeah. Okay. We're going to do something that we haven't done before. And this is tough. We're gonna do a bit of a caricature. Joy. You know what a caricature is? Sort. Well, what do you think it is? You tell me. It's like accentuating prompt, resid column. Prominent features on someone. That's exactly where do we usually see characters like, Yeah, I'm going to Disneyland or carnivals or sometimes even in the mall or something. Yeah, we'll see caricatures at those places, right? And listen, those people that do them there. Boy, are they good? You know, they've worked on caricatures for years and so they can sit down there. They look at somebody's face and they just bam. And they do it so quickly, right? They grab those features and sketch it out really fast, right? Sometimes they'll render it with pencil crowns or something like that. Sometimes just even just ink, right? Like they'll just sketch it up with pen and they're done. We are not going to do tons with this, but I want it as a little bit of an introduction to caricature work for you guys at home. Okay? So, and this will follow nicely because Will Smith's got an interesting face, right? Last time when we talked about Will Smith, we gave him kind of a Tinder tinder shape to his head. I think it would be good if we did that again, but I think we're going to narrow it just a little. Okay. So we can grab what you're doing sometimes with these caricatures is looking for the the foundation of the face and then pushing it. In this case, we're pushing in just a little bit. Okay? So we're still using that kinda surprise egg shape he's got going on, right? But we're going to push into sides, give it a little bit more narrow. Okay? We're still going to use some of these same measurements that we had on the other one. But we're going to switch them up a little bit. What are some of Will Smith's most prominent features, do you think? Ears? Years? Yeah. So we're going to have these years, but we're going to blow a moat. Okay. We're going to have a big, big and goofy, right? Anything else? Yes. I'm going to say his mouth. Yeah. I want to have a really big mouth on him. Okay. And the other one I'm going to do is as neck. I want to give him a little skinny neck. Okay. So those are the main things that I'm going to mess with. Oh, I didn't even draw a central line here. There we go. I started going with the features too quick. We're still going to have his eyes, still going to have the eyebrows. I might even make them a little smaller. Make things a little smaller. I might do. We want to have his nose big or small? I haven't decided yet. Small because our focus is are the ears. Yeah, I think you're right. You know, like if we load everything too big, then nothing looks big, right? Her crate a monkey? Yeah, a little bit like it looks like some modes. It's looking goofy so far, right? And that's what we want, right? So what I wanna do is still have the eye shape that we gave them last time. Okay, So you can go into sketch the eyes a little bit. You can give them the same eyebrows, that type of thing. When you give them the same shape, nose. We're going just a little bit smaller this time, right? Okay. I'm drawing in the pupils there, right? We can do that hairline the same kind of way. Bringing it down, bringing it down, and then down to the here. Okay. Now we're going to come out to the ER and come back around, come out to the ER. I want it a little bit rounder on that one. Come back under, going to have the jaw come down. Come down. Okay. Now I want to do some details in the ER. I like doing this first rim first and little nub a 100 and some of the details in the ear and the bulb at the bottom. We're going to have these big dimples up here. It's mustache will come up to the dimple. Come down. Come up to near the dimple, come down and then give them a little goatee bottom here, right? We can have a smile will be nice and big. Huge, big mouth, teeth coming down. There we go. Now, the mustache portion will come up. It'll come down. Do a little bit of lining here and listen with this one. Doesn't have to be perfect because it's a caricature. It's just taken some features. And then the head will come up. Remember going past where we initially had that port, the neck coming down. Maybe I'll give them a little Adam's apple and coming out to there. Okay, so what did we do? We blow the two proportions here. I feel like my eyes missed the mark though for some reason. I think I made them too small. What do you think on your how did it go? Where you're close? I think I did. Okay. Yeah. Just okay. Just Okay. Yeah. Well, let me ask you, How often do you do caricatures? Right. So I think for a first-time caricature, I think it went really well. Like I said, the key thing with these caricatures is just grabbing some key features that you can see on a person and playing with them, blowing them out, making them smaller. What ever it is that you feel is going to be fun, but still a little familiar, right? Okay. Cool. Big Willie style. Yeah, I gotta say I like yours. I think yours is actually a little bit closer to the mark then minus, i think you'd you did with yours? A little bit better than how how mine worked out. I don't necessarily some parts of mine look pretty good. But I think I blew the ears out a little bit too wide. You I think was the perfect proportion. I can't skinny. I mean, isn't it? Yeah, Right. That's part of it. You know, Will Smith growing up was a really skinny dude. And so you can play on that a little bit too, right? Yeah, I think this looks really well. And you know what? When it comes to proportions, this is really something fun. That's something that we learned in our basics course. Hopefully you took that before him, that you can play with proportions of a figure. Well, you can also stretch them out for the face and caricatures are perfect for that. Okay guys, that's it for this, hopefully this little extra bonus unit of caricatures was little bit fun to play with. Yeah. Yeah, it was fun for you. Yeah. Cool.