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Anime Eyes Drawing Easy Male

It is useful to be able to draw your character's head from any angle as they move and animate across the page or screen when planning your anime drawing. Nina Rycrof, a Skillshare instructor, demonstrates how to draw a head using a three-dimensional model and gridded axis points in this course. 5. Anime Head Requirements

In this free art lesson, you'll learn step-by-step how to draw the basic head and face of a Manga Man. All of the drawing tutorials on How2DrawManga.com are suitable for both beginners and experienced artists. The online tutorials are simple to follow; they teach you the fundamentals of drawing while also showing you how to draw manga step by step. Follow the step-by-step drawings below to create this Manga Male Head and Face. Each step's new lines are highlighted in red so you know exactly what to draw next. Allow yourself plenty of time to draw at your own pace.

Begin by drawing bangs down to the eyes with quick, light-handed lines to achieve the flowing style shown below. Then, start drawing the rest of the hair around the face to frame it. Make sure the hair extends above the initial circle you drew at the top of the head. In other words, the hair should not be flat on the scalp, but should be voluminous above the character's head. Experiment with different types of anime hairstyles for both male and female characters as you draw more characters.

In step 4, I changed the blending mode of the color layers. In this case, I used Overlay, but you are free to experiment with different modes and pick one that you prefer. The color you add will be perfectly integrated with the gray tones this way. On the right, you can see where my software's layer blending modes are located. Normal is the default mode. From here, you can experiment to see which mode suits you best. Vibrant, saturated colors may be best if you want colorful, engaging anime eyes.

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