Learn How to Draw Cartoons for the Beginner

Step by Step Guide to Drawing Cartoons

Author: John Davidson,Paolo Lopez De Leon

Publisher: CreateSpace

ISBN: 9781497582965

Category: Reference

Page: 58

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Learn How to Draw Cartoons For the Beginner Step by Step Guide to Drawing Cartoons TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction: Materials: Drawing a Cartoon Face: Man's Face Woman's Face More about a Cartoons Face Different angles of the Face Different faces have Different shapes Adding years to the Character Cartooning a baby Drawing Cartoon Eyes Drawing Cartoon Nose Drawing Cartoon Mouth or Lips Drawing Cartoon Ear Expressions Drawing Cartoon Hands Drawing Cartoon Feet Stick Figures The Center Line and Poses Body Construction Exaggeration Various Cartoon Effects Light and Shadows Overall Application Author Bio Introduction: Cartoons remind me of Saturday mornings when I was little, I usually brought along paper and pencil in front of our television, when the cartoon program starts, I drew along the characters in the paper, If I remembered it right the show was about a munching sphere head who likes to eat pellets, when he eats the big pellet, that's the time he can eliminate his ghost enemies, I'm pretty sure you know that one, a popular video game anyway, after I drew it, when First day of School comes, I show it to my friends telling them how I spend my weekend, of course other than studying my lessons. So that was my Saturday morning cartoon days, today we have different cartoons, with a lot of selection or genre that some of it needs to have mature audience, that even a kid wouldn't relate to it, well that is a contemporary trend, with a twisted style but at the end it can really entertain us, make us laugh and leave smiles on our faces. Thanks for choosing this eBook as your guide in the world of cartoons, where you will experience how to draw your own cartoons, practicing the steps in the drawing procedures will help you gain the drawing skills, that you will need to became a cartoonist, you will learn the proper materials that you will use when drawing cartoons, you will be able to draw cartoons with confidence, and seeing the simplicity behind every cartoon characters that you desire to draw, so set some time to commit yourself to drawing cartoons with the help of this book, so have fun when drawing cartoons.

Cartooning for the Beginner

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Watson-Guptill

ISBN: 0770434770

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 4185

Aspiring cartoonists of all ages can begin drawing a repertoire of characters from the moment they follow the wide-ranging yet simplified lessons that fill these instructive pages, written and illustrated by an all-time best-selling artist/teacher. This complete course, covering both comic strip and animation techniques, begins with lessons on basic cartoon body shapes and facial features. Included are helpful comparisons between the real versus the cartoon head, a smile chart, and various ways to draw the most popular and expressive cartoon eyes and mouths. Next come lots of typical body poses, how to draw action lines, slow/fast movement, cartoon hands, fun hair and clothing styles, backgrounds, and cute cartoon pets. Excellent directions also focus on helping beginners to find and develop their own cartoon style.

How To Draw Cartoons and Caricatures

Author: Mark Linley

Publisher: Robinson

ISBN: 0716023504

Category: Art

Page: 256

View: 9440

Learn to draw the fun way! Like almost everyone in the world, you are bursting with raw artistic talent just waiting to be released. In a few deft sweeps of your pencil, capture the character of your 'victim'. Use swift strokes to create a face that has instant appeal. Exaggerate the features to make a comical caricature. Brighten up someone's day with your own tiny bit of magic! "Yes, you can do it," says Mark Linley, "and I show you exactly how!"

How to Draw Cartoons for Comic Strips

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Random House Digital, Inc.

ISBN: 9780823023530

Category: Art

Page: 144

View: 1116

Shows how to draw cartoon people, dogs, cats, and birds, explains how to make animals act like people, and discusses composition, dialogue balloons, and layout

How to Draw Cartoons

Author: Brian Platt

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1681465876

Category: Art

Page: 64

View: 1273

Fun, simple and entertaining - this book will help the complete novice turn out professional looking cartoons in minutes. Suitable for all age groups.

Manga for the Beginner

Everything you Need to Start Drawing Right Away!

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Watson-Guptill

ISBN: 0823008274

Category: Art

Page: 192

View: 536

Got manga? Christopher Hart’s got manga, and he wants to share it with all his millions of readers—especially the beginners. With Manga for the Beginner, anyone who can hold a pencil can start drawing great manga characters right away. Using his signature step-by-step style, Hart shows how to draw the basic manga head and body, eyes, bodies, fashion, and more. Then he goes way beyond most beginner titles, exploring dynamic action poses, special effects, light and shading, perspective, popular manga types such as animals, anthros, and shoujo and shounen characters. By the end of this big book, the new artist is ready to draw dramatic story sequences full of movement and life. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Learn How to Draw Caricatures - For the Absolute Beginner

Author: John Davidson

Publisher: JD-Biz Corp Publishing

ISBN: 1311212280

Category: Art

Page: 65

View: 6992

To draw a caricature is to simply draw an image that is very distinguishable to your model/subject’s identity with or without being photographically identical. In early forms of this genre, the type of figures used was animals to represent a certain person. A painting or any type of artwork cannot be called a caricature if the piece does not involve an actual person, because involving a real person as a model is the critical part of this genre. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Quick ink sketches • Caricature of a Child • Head in Profile Establishing Tones/Shade Values Drawing a Face in a Proper Proportion Drawing Caricatures with a Pencil • Using Simple Reference Lines • Starting with a Facial Feature Exaggerating Proportions Caricature of a Girl - Amplifying facial expression Caricature Samples So start taking pictures of your friends or ask for a willing volunteer to be your model and begin drawing caricatures. If nobody is willing to be your model, it’s okay. I have few pictures of my friends here and they are more than willing to be models for practicing, mess up their facial features. It’s totally fine, they don’t care. Follow the steps in this book and become a caricature artist in a short amount of time. Learn how to draw caricatures easily without any formal training. This book will guide you how faces take form step by step, how to base it on a model and produce a caricature portrait with ease. This instruction booklet will teach you how to draw caricatures quickly with the use of a simple pen and marker, and then move on to using pencil and start conveying shade values and produce realistic portraits with cartooned bodies. Good luck and I hope you enjoy reading!

Manga for the Beginner Kawaii

How to Draw the Supercute Characters of Japanese Comics

Author: Christopher Hart

Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications

ISBN: 082300662X

Category: Art

Page: 192

View: 5182

explains the tools and techniques for drawing endearing Kawaii-style characters and includes coverage of anthros, monsters, Goths, and the subgenre moe ladies.

Learn How to Draw Cartoons - For the Absolute Beginner

Author: John Davidson

Publisher: JD-Biz Corp Publishing

ISBN: 1310289573

Category: Art

Page: 65

View: 5260

A quick and easy way to illustrate an idea is by using cartoons. Artists use this kind of theme when targeting young viewers or those who’s a little less of art critic and more into the message of the picture being portrayed clearly. Cartoons are “eye candies” that can easily capture people’s attention because of its stereotypical and simply understandable nature. This is also the reason why it is widely used by advertisers when presenting a service or a product. This book will teach you how to start drawing your own cartoon characters in a semi-realistic form and how to finish your illustrations easily. It will show you how to produce a traditional quality cartoon drawings and the fundamentals of illustrating your ideas properly. This step-by-step instruction manual is a great start for beginners and an additional knowledge or guidelines for amateur illustrators. Learn the very basics of cartoon and start making your own comics or detailed illustrations. Find out how to make a variety of different facial features to improve your characters’ appearance. Turn your thoughts into pictures and explore your creative side while having fun. TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION TYPES OF CARTOON ELEMENTS OF A CARTOON • Large Heads • Body Proportions • Props and Objects EXPRESSIONS • Additional Details for Portraying Cartoon Expressions FACIAL FEATURES • Eyes • Nose • Mouth • Ears DRAWING A SCENARIO AGING YOUR CHARACTER

How to Draw Cartoon Characters

A Beginner's Activity Book

Author: Jupiter Kids

Publisher: Jupiter Kids

ISBN: 9781683269403

Category: Young Adult Nonfiction

Page: 106

View: 5351

Drawing is a physical activity that involves a child's mind and emotions. It is highly recommended because of its benefits that includes the improvement of fine motor skills, the opportunity to express emotions, and the development of imagination, too. Praise your child for a job well done to boost his/her self-confidence. Begin drawing t

Drawing for Kids How to Draw Number Cartoons Step by Step

Number Fun & Cartooning for Children & Beginners by Turning Numbers & Letters Into Cartoons

Author: Rachel A. Goldstein

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781530764372

Category:

Page: 56

View: 6378

This book will teach your child how to draw, step by step, with the easiest approach possible...by using alphabet letters, numbers, and other simple shapes. In this book, Rachel will show kids how to turn numbers (0-25) into cute cartoon characters. This is number fun at its best! Rachel has been teaching kids how to draw for almost ten years now, and this drawing technique really works! With this no-tears strategy, learning how to draw is fun for children as young as 5 years old, but also works for adults and teens. Cartooning is fun for kids, but even more fun when it comes easy to them. This book does just that...makes drawing fun and easy for kids. This book will turn your child into the artist that he or she wants to be. Each drawing lesson is a step by step process. Each tutorial is broken down into the simplest of steps that can be followed by most children. Your child doesn't need to know how to read or write letters to follow these drawing lessons. In fact, preschoolers, Kindergartners, First graders, etc. can enjoy this book. The only thing your child needs is time and interest. You can also use this as a drawing workbook as the child can draw along in the book. This book is for both boys and girls, and is good for kids of most age ranges, but is best for kids aged 6-8, 9-12 - but if your kids are 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, etc, they will all have fun trying these drawing tutorials out. Have fun drawing the day away!

You Can Draw in Thirty Days

Author: Mark Kistler

Publisher: ReadHowYouWant.com

ISBN: 1459617304

Category: Drawing

Page: 436

View: 9261

From public television’s favorite drawing teacher, a quick, easy, and entertaining drawing method.

Fun With a Pencil

Author: Andrew Loomis

Publisher: EDITORA BIBLIOMUNDI SERVIÇOS DIGITAIS LTDA

ISBN: 1526003023

Category: Art

Page: 138

View: 9068

Andrew Loomis (1892-1959) is revered amongst artists - including comics superstar Alex Ross - for his mastery of drawing. His first book, Fun With a Pencil, published in 1939 is a wonderfully crafted and engaging introduction to drawing, cartooning, and capturing the essence of a subject all while having fun. With delightful step-by-step instruction from Professor Blook, Loomis's charming alter ego on the page.

How to Draw Cartoons

Author: Peter Maddocks,Marian Bonelli

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 9781480221925

Category: Art

Page: 98

View: 742

This book is designed for anyone and everyone who has ever thought that they could have been a cartoonist if only they knew how. Handwritten and hand drawn, it answers questions about cartooning in simple, visual terms. What materials do you use? What size do you draw? How do you caricature, or keep a likeness in a strip cartoon character? These are just a few of the technical problems facing the beginner which Peter Maddocks tackles, but he also considers the inspirational side of cartoons - what comes first, the idea or the artwork; once you've had a bright idea, how do you transfer it on to paper? And he supplies captions and examples of cartoons to help you draw that very first masterpiece. Peter Maddocks was a full time professional Cartoonist, both in National Newspapers, films and TV animation.

Learn to Draw - Manual Drawing - for the Absolute Beginner

Author: John Davidson

Publisher: JD-Biz Corp Publishing

ISBN: 1310837015

Category: Art

Page: 65

View: 3369

Learn to Draw - Manual Drawing - for the Absolute Beginner If you are an artist in search of further knowledge about drawing to enhance your skills, then this is not the book for you. This book is for the individuals who wants to be an artist but know nothing about drawing. I know how it feels when you want to illustrate an idea but you just don’t know how to start. And when you finally grabbed the confidence to mark that paper but then it turned out really terrible and you didn't want to show it to anyone. Table of contents INTRODUCTION GETTING STARTED How to grip a pencil properly Warming up SKETCHING Starting with sticks and shapes DETAILING Design Texture SHADING Casting shadows Hatching Cross-hatching Scumbling Stippling Smudging and layering Smudging Layering This instructional manual is for making the ‘two circles’ cat of yours into something more pleasing and distinguishable, for enhancing that sheep which looks like a cloud with a face, for turning your stick figures into cartoons, and more. Learn the very basics of drawing easily by following this step-by-step tutorial and realize that drawing is something that is fun to do, and not something that becomes a cause of frustration. To give you a hint of what this book is all about, look at this short list of tasks that you will learn to properly initiate after reading and following the tutorial. Tasks: Start with a loose sketch. You need to define the first look of your drawing by sketching it first so it could serve as a pattern for your permanent outlines (defined outlines). If the lay-out of your primary sketch is too far-off from the final piece that you are after, the latter parts are going to be difficult. Define permanent outlines. Trace your sketch to clearly define the contour shape (primary shape) of your drawing, and clean it up by erasing the sketch markings. Show/illustrate some texture. Texture contour provides a better portrayal of the shape’s dimension values. The details such as scales, fur or any print and texture should curve and flow with the contour shape of your subject and adjust with it accordingly. Draw the necessary details. Use a variety of line thickness and line weight (given pressure on the pencil) to show the right balance to the whole drawing, use thick lines for the parts that should visually dominate the drawing, and less visible and thin lines for the secondary details and parts that merely describe the object/subject’s form.

Drawing Scorpions - How to Draw Scorpions For the Beginner

Author: Adrian Sanqui,John Davidson,Mendon Cottage Books

Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books

ISBN: 1311935584

Category: Art

Page: 45

View: 2231

TABLE OF CONTENTS Drawing tools Parts of a Scorpion Body Posture Black Emperor Scorpion Striped Bark Scorpion Amblypygi Whip scorpion Author Bio Publisher

Drawing Cartoons

Author: Mark Heath

Publisher: Northlight

ISBN: 9780891348269

Category: Art

Page: 126

View: 3099

Introduces the art of cartooning, discusses useful tools and techniques, and gives advice on portraying faces, bodies, and movement

Drawing for Beginners

Step By Step Guide to Drawing

Author: John Davidson,Paolo Lopez de Leon

Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books

ISBN: 1311426108

Category: Art

Page: 275

View: 4910

Drawing for Beginners - Step By Step Guide to Drawing A fun book teaching how to draw using familiar items like wizards and horses. Step by step instructions with lots of examples. Learn basic sketching, Pencil illustration, charcoal drawing, pastels, watercolor and airbrush. Let your creative side move forward with this wonderful book teaching the skills to draw. Table of Contents Introduction How to draw a Cartoon Harry Potter Drawing Harry’s Body Drawing Harry in different poses How to Draw a Cartoon Horse Light source and Cast Shadow Cartoon Eyes More Horse Cartoons Cartoon Expressions Materials Cartoon Eyes Other Characters and Creatures Cartoons Various Gags and Caricatures The Basics: Sphere Cone Cube Cylinder How to render a Harry Potter with pencils How to Draw a Horse Drawing Horses in Different Poses How to Render a Horse with Pencils Charcoal Painting Rendering Harry Potter in Charcoal Rendering the Horse in Charcoal Learning about Color Colors Terms Pastel Painting Rendering Harry Potter in Pastels: Rendering the Horse in Pastels Watercolor Painting Application and Techniques in Watercolor Painting Ginny and Harry in Watercolor Painting the Horse in Watercolor Airbrush Painting Airbrushing Harry Potter Painting the Horse with Airbrush Author Bio

Cartooning for Beginners

A Step by Step Guide to Drawing Cartoons

Author: Peter Maddocks

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781854791610

Category: Cartooning

Page: 126

View: 9061

This is a very basic introduction to cartooning skills and is both suitable for children as well as adults. It takes a step-by-step approach, taking the reader from the simplest drawings to more complicated ones by the close of the book.