Draw Expressions

PencilKings - Learn how to draw expressions for your characters  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by naag at April 28, 2015
PencilKings - Learn how to draw expressions for your characters

PencilKings - Learn how to draw expressions for your characters
MP4 | Video: 720x532 | 53 kbps | 44 KHz | 417 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Terry Moore's How to Draw Expressions (2011)  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Oct. 26, 2012
Terry Moore's How to Draw Expressions (2011)

Terry Moore's How to Draw Expressions (2011)
English | CBR | 29 pages | 12.46 MB

Terry Moore's comic art is known for it's highly expressive characters. In this issue of his How To Draw series, Moore explains the techniques he uses to render expressions of all kinds; from dark to light, on cartoons or realistic drawings. He even reveals the secret to capturing the human emotions of any given moment. This is a must-read for amateur artists and pros alike.
Terry Moore's How To Draw - 5 Lessons for the Serious Comics Artist (2012)

Terry Moore's How To Draw - 5 Lessons for the Serious Comics Artist (2012)
English | CBR | 144 pages | 118.10 MB

This is not your typical 'How To Draw' book. Written for pros and amateurs alike, Terry Moore addresses the questions and challenges artists find after their art school education. Chapters include how to make art that sells, how to draw cartoons that work, how to draw expressions with even the simplest line and, Moore's forte, how to draw beautiful women. To wrap up, Moore details his step-by-step process making a comic book from drawing board to pdfs. This book is loaded with timely material geared toward the world of comics as it is today.
How to Draw: 12 Secret Drawing Techniques You Can Easily Learn (how to draw, drawing, how to draw a rose)

How to Draw: 12 Secret Drawing Techniques You Can Easily Learn (How to Draw, drawing, how to draw a rose) by Sara Medina
English | Feb. 2, 2016 | ISBN: 1523823909 | 46 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 1.25 MB

Are you trying to develop your skills around some form of creative expressions? You might have probably considered the idea of being an artist who has excellent drawing abilities.
Drawing: 48 Incredible Tips on Drawing for Beginners. Teach Yourself How to Draw Cartoons With This Drawing for Beginners Book

Drawing: 48 Incredible Tips on Drawing for Beginners. Teach Yourself How to Draw Cartoons With This Drawing for Beginners Book (how to draw, drawing, things to draw) by Theresa Conner
English | Sep. 21, 2015 | ISBN: 1517411343 | 58 Pages | AZW3/MOBI/EPUB/PDF (conv) | 3.64 MB

Are you trying to develop your skills around some form of creative expressions? Have you ever looked at some artistic drawings and wished you were the one who had created those drawings?

FACES/ Learn To Draw Step By Step (Repost)  

Posted by leonardo78 at Dec. 11, 2015
FACES/ Learn To Draw Step By Step (Repost)

Drawing: Faces: Learn to Draw Step by Step: Vol 1 (How to Draw & Paint)
Publisher: Walter Foster Publishing | 2003 | ISBN: 1560100028 | 32 pages | HQ PDF | 22,5 MB

Few artistic subjects are as challenging as the human face and few are as satisfying to approach successfully! In Faces, acclaimed artist Walter T. Foster teaches you the basics of drawing facial features and beyond! Inside, you'll find the correct head and facial proportions for both adults and children; then you'll discover how to render a variety of faces step by step, with tips on how to adapt your drawings for varied poses and facial expressions.
Draw Cartoon People in 4 Easy Steps: Then Write a Story (Drawing in 4 Easy Steps) by Stephanie Labaff

Draw Cartoon People in 4 Easy Steps: Then Write a Story (Drawing in 4 Easy Steps) by Stephanie Labaff
English | Feb 2012 | ISBN: 1464400164 | 197 Pages | EPUB | 11 MB

DRAW CARTOON PEOPLE IN 4 EASY STEPS lets you learn how to draw some fun characters! From coaches and fans to police officers and ticket takers, you’re just getting started. Find out how to draw people playing a variety of sports and a few very important facial expressions.
Drawing Made Easy: Lifelike Heads: Discover your "inner artist" as you learn to draw portraits in graphite (Repost)

Drawing Made Easy: Lifelike Heads: Discover your "inner artist" as you learn to draw portraits in graphite - Lance Richlin
2008 | ISBN: 1600580661 | PDF | 64 pages | 6.3 Mb

Learn to draw amazingly realistic portraits in seven easy stages. This book is the perfect guide for creating lifelike representations of the human head in graphite. Experienced artist Lance Richlin begins by explaining drawing tools and materials, shading techniques, and the important anatomical structures of the head. Following these basics, he shows how to light the subject, block in and render each feature of the face, and address a variety of expressions-from subtle smiles to toothy grins.
Digital-Tutors - Drawing Phoneme Mouth Expressions in Photoshop

Digital-Tutors - Drawing Phoneme Mouth Expressions in Photoshop | 1.03GB
Duration: 1h 28m | Video: AVC (.flv) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz stereo
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Level: Beginner

We'll begin this process by learning what a phoneme is and how we can begin to represent these different phonemes in the form of mouth expressions for character lip syncing. From there we'll draw out ten essential mouth expressions. Each mouth expression will represent one or multiple phonemes. Finally, we'll finish by taking some of our mouth expressions and organize them into a sequence to sound out a couple of words.
Drawing Expressions for a Stylized Character in Photoshop

Drawing Expressions for a Stylized Character in Photoshop
Flash Video | VP6, ~1000 kb/s | 1280x720 | Duration: N/A | English: MP3, 96 kb/s (1 ch) | 869 mb
Genre: Photoshop

In this Photoshop tutorial, we will further develop our stylized female character concept by drawing some of her expressions. We’ll get started by taking a look at each of the features on a face and learning about how they can be drawn to communicate a variety of different expressions. Next we will start slow and remove the problems of perspective from the equation by learning how to draw our expressions on a profile of our character. From here, we’ll move on and learn how to draw the same expressions on a 3/4 view of the character. Lastly, we will spend some time learning how a character’s body language can be used in conjunction with their facial expression to really help communicate their emotions. After completing this course, you’ll have a good idea how to further develop your characters by exploring how their expressions might change depending on the situation.