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If you want to create a highlight area, leave that spot without color, or add a much lighter layer of color there. Avoid using white colored pencils to try to create highlights in areas you’ve already colored; they do not cover up other colors. STEP 1: Draw the Structure The jawline may have to be drawn with many strokes to indicate a beard. The group of strokes will create the shape of the jaw. Note that the cheeks will usually still show up. STEP 2: Add the Hair Don’t completely finish the beard yet.
Fit it properly onto the face shape you created earlier in the drawing. You can draw the base of the nose by considering the anchor and pivot points. Finish by adding some decorative strokes to better define the near side of the nose. Defining the Nose The far side of the shaft will define that person’s nose. You can use a bold line here. Be sure that the nostrils relate to each other. The example on the right has a line that connects the two together. Do this mentally before you draw the second nostril.
Faces are made up of many shapes that change with each expression. Cartoons frequently take these main aspects of the face and exaggerate them to show more expression. Caricatures are a perfect example of exaggerated features. That’s what makes drawing them so much fun! You’ll learn how to focus in on the standout pieces of the face, such as the eyes, nose or lips. Then these lessons can be applied to explore various expressions. Practicing caricatures of real people will help stretch your imagination and ability to create new characters.