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How to Draw the Head: Front View By Rio

Step 1 Draw a circle. Now draw a vertical line at the center of the circle. Make horizontal dashes at the center of the circle. A bit below the dashed lines, draw another horizontal line. Step 2 At the bottom half of the circle, draw the jaw-line of your character that meets at the center vertical line. It should basically look like a big “V” in the end. Draw two vertical lines at the base of the jaw to make the neck. Step 3 Add the eyes at the horizontal line with eyebrows going up to the dashed horizontal line. Make your nose along the vertical line and end with the mouth just below it. Draw the ears as high as the dashed line and about as low as the nose. Step 4 Draw in the hair. Notice the hair doesn’t hug the circle. Instead, it goes above it. After all, hair is poofy! Step 5 After you’re done making changes, ink your drawing and erase your pencil lines. You’re done! Note: To make a thinner face, just make your circle more like an oval.

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How to Draw the Head: Side View By Rio

Step 1 Draw a circle. Now draw a vertical line at the center of the circle. Make horizontal dashes at the center of the circle. A bit below the dashed lines, draw another horizontal line. Step 2 At the bottom half of the circle, draw the jaw-line by making a straight line down and then moving it upwards to wards the center line. Notice it’s the same process whether you’re drawing the head facing left or right. Add the back of the neck by drawing a line downwards about midway of the other side of the circle. Step 3 Add the eyes at the horizontal line with eyebrows going up to the dashed horizontal line. Since this is a side view, you have to draw your eyes and eyebrows as such. Now draw an ear originating from the center line. Ears would normally go up to the dashed lines. For the outline of the face, use the straight line as a guideline to draw your nose, mouth and chin. Notice the way a long and short nose differs from each other when drawn. Also, to add a little prominance to the forehead, just add a line on the upper half of the face. This way, the forehead won’t look so flat.

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Step 4 Draw in the hair. Notice the hair doesn’t hug the circle. Instead, it goes above and around it. Hair is poofy after all. Step 5 After you’re done making changes, ink your drawing and erase your pencil lines. And you’re done!

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How to Draw the Head: Quarter View By Rio

Step 1 Draw a circle. Now draw a vertical line at the center of the circle. Make horizontal dashes at the center of the circle. A bit below the dashed lines, draw another horizontal line. Draw two curved lines. The longer line will indicate the middle of the face while the shorter one will guide the placement of the ear. Step 2 To draw the jaw, start from the edge of the circle on the bottom half and go down to the curved line. From there, draw a line upwards towards the ear mark. Draw one neck line near the ear mark and the other side just below the chin. Step 3 Add the eyes at the horizontal line with eyebrows going up to the dashed horizontal line. Being a quarter view, draw the farthest eye a bit smaller. Draw your nose on the mid-line and the mouth just below it. As for the ear, use the shorter line as a guide to start and end the ear. Use the dashed line as a guide for the highest point of the ear.

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Step 4 Draw in the hair. Remember, the hair is poofy so it goes above the circle. If the hair is cur short though, the closer it is to the circle. Add in any jewelry, hats, etc at this time too. Step 5 When you’re ready, ink your character and erase the pencil marks.

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How to Draw the Head: Up View By Rio

Step 1 Draw a circle. Now draw a vertical line at the center of the circle. Make horizontal dashes at the center of the circle. A bit below the dashed lines, draw another horizontal line. Step 2 At the bottom half of the circle, draw a curve very, very close to the circle. Step 3 Now make two lines that curve upwards. Use the dashed and solid horizontal lines as a marker if needed. Then, draw the eyebrows on the upper curve and the eyes just on top of the lower curve. Draw the nose just on or below the lower cruve. The mouth should be about on the solid horizontal line. Draw the ears from the dashed lines to a little bit below the solid horizontal line. Since this is an up view, the jaw turns up and points to the viewer. You’ve drawn the section of the neck earlier on step 2. Now draw the jawline above that line so the final result looks like an almond shape. Step 4 Pencil in the hair of your character. Add any other accessores if you like too. Step 5 Ink your work and you’re done!

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How to Draw the Head: Back View By Rio

Step 1 Draw a circle. Now draw a vertical line at the center of the circle. Make horizontal dashes at the center of the circle. A bit below the dashed lines, draw another horizontal line. (Does this sound familiar? :D) Step 2 At the bottom half of the circle, draw the neck with two lines going down. Now draw the jaw-line of your character that ends at the neck. If you need to, draw your jawline till they meet at the center vertical line. Step 3 Draw in the ears. Remember, this is the back of the head, so you have to draw the ears as it would look from behind. I tend to see it as an elongated letter “C”. Step 4 Draw in the hair. Notice that in this case the hair covers the jaw but doesn’t cover the ears. For characters with bushy, long hair, they’ll cover the ears too. Step 5 Add any accessory – hat, jewelry, etc. – then ink your drawing. You’re done!

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How to Draw the Head: Down View By Rio

Step 1 Draw a circle. Now draw a vertical line at the center of the circle. Make horizontal dashes at the center of the circle. A bit below the dashed lines, draw another horizontal line. (Blah, blah, blah – same ‘ol thing) Step 2 At the bottom half of the circle, draw the jaw line. Notice that this is closer to the circle than if you’re drawing regular front view. Draw the neck in too which is a bit wider than other views as well. Step 3 Before you draw in the face, draw two curved lines bending down a bit. Use the other two lines made before to guide you. Draw in the eyes, eyebrow, ear, nose, and mouth using the lines drawn as guidelines. Step 4 Draw in the hair. Note that the top of the head shows a lot more than when face on. Step 5 Add any accessory then ink your drawing and you’re done!

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How to Draw the Head: Miscellaneous Views By Rio In this section, I’ll look over several head shots. At this point, I assume you’ve looked over the other head view tutorials and you’ll notice there is no step-by-step instructions below.

The first head view is a front view but the character is bending her head to the side. When you draw your character like this, make sure you “bend” your guide lines as well to keep the face structure from becoming skewed. The second head view is the a quarter view from the back. Notice that it is mostly a profile of the side of the head with the ears drawn at the back view. Third and forth example is quite similar as they are both quarter views except one is looking down a bit and the other is more than “quarter” view. The last example to the right is a quarter-updwards view. Do you see how this one is drawn? The basic lines you should always have is the circle for the head, the jawline, a line to dictate the middle of the face, and another for the ear. And if you didn’t notice yet, the key to drawing heads is to curve your guidelines according to which direction your character is facing. Then, it’s just a matter of drawing the facial features according to the guidelines. If you get stuck on a certain head view, pour through photographs, magazines, and even do some poses yourself. :) Most important, practice makes perfect!

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