Fri 11 Oct, 2019 09:09 pm
Hi. I am a cartoonist and I should know this.
It's easy to draw a character's head in the front view, profile view, 3/4 view, back view, etc. because you are basically shifting horizontally from left to right. These views aren't showing the area between the chin and neck.
How do you properly draw a cartoon character looking upward with their head up? How do you properly draw the area between the character's chin and neck when they are looking up?
Please help- thank you.
Thank you. The key to professionally drawing any cartoon figure is to envision and draw it as a 3-d figure and break it down into its basic shapes.
Thank you for those video links Ed. What about characters that aren't human?
There are many youtube videos on drawing you might be able to search. I may find a few later in the day.