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I'm Back!Hello everyone!I'm Back! by AlvinHew
After a very long hiatus, I have finally decided to return to dA. It has been extremely encouraging to see that people are still dropping by my page and leaving comments/favourites on a daily basis.
A lot has happened since I last posted, the most relevant of which is that I have teamed up with children's book writer, Jonathan S. Skye, and am now currently working as a full-time illustrator on a series of novels called "Flurry the Bear".
So far, we have released three books from the series, with a fourth one already on the way! The books are available for purchase on Amazon.com:
Flurry the Bear is a novel series for children ages 9-12 and older, and follows the story of a teddy bear named Flurry who embarks on many epic adventures. Besides being in charge of cover illustrations, I am also in charge of creating promotional artwork as well as
PE: Drawing Faces in Manga Style Basic notions for drawing heads and facesPE: Drawing Faces in Manga Style by rydi1689
Welcome back everyone! Today I'm going to teach you the basics of drawing a face. Before I start, I want to clarify that this is the way I do it, but there are a thousand other methods that you can follow, make sure you understand the concepts and apply them the best you can, you don't have to stictly do it like I do, develop your own way and keep on learning!
Many artists suggest using circles to start sketching the head and the body but... I don't use them. I've never used them. I tried using them in the past and it only resulted in messed up lines and strange-looking faces and heads. So I dropped the circles. If you feel comfortable using them, I bow to you and I encourage you to keep using them, but I'm afraid you won't see any circles in my tutorial
Steps, Tips & Tricks when drawing Faces for beginners
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