Author: Steve Barr
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
From funny faces to sad expressions, this guide uses visual instruction to show kids how to draw a range of cartoon faces. Once children learn these basic drawing techniques, they will have hours of fun inventing their own cartoon characters.
55+ Projects for Cartoons, Caricatures & Comic Portraits
Author: Harry Hamernik,8fish
Publisher: F+W Media, Inc.
Discover the fast and fun art of drawing comic faces! Chances are you already know how to draw some expressions. But you can only go so far with "happy," "sad" and "angry." In order to give your comic portraits some...character...you need to know what they look like when they are about to sneeze, when they smell something stinky or when they're flirting, terrified or completely dumbfounded! Good thing Drawing Cartoon Faces includes more than 70 step-by-step demonstrations to teach you how to capture the silly, whimsical and expressive faces you see in your imagination and of friends, family and strangers! With Drawing Cartoon Faces, you'll get expert instruction on: The fundamentals: Drawing heads, eyes, noses, mouths, hair and other features. The expressions: More than 70 step-by-step demonstrations for a variety of expressions and moods, from simple to subtle and complex. Storytelling: Move your story along using expression, point of view and composition. Put it all together to create multi character and multi panel art. With Drawing Cartoon Faces, you'll learn to draw like you never thought you could--and you'll have more fun than you ever thought possible!
Author: Arthur James Wells
Category: English literature
Author: Gary C. Tarbert
Category: Children's literature
Publisher: Jeffrey Frank Jones
Equipment. This is an overview of general shop administration, available equipment, required operator adjustments, and equipment maintenance. Knowing the capabilities and limitations of the equipment before creating artwork is essential. Standard Drafting Practices And Theory. Industry standards for composition, geometric construction, general drafting practices, technical drawings, perspective projections, and parallel projections are foundational material on which all executionable practices rely. Executionable Practices. These chapters cover the theory of color, photography, computer-generated art, figure drawing, cartooning, animation, mediums, lettering, and airbrush. These are the skills a successful DM must master. Presentations Graphics. Copy preparation, audiovisual presentations, television graphics, and displays and exhibits are end products and will influence the how and why DMs do business.
Category: American literature
Category: Children's libraries
preschool through grade 6. Supplement to the eighth edition
Author: Catherine Barr
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Then Write a Story
Author: Stephanie LaBaff
Publisher: Enslow Publishing, LLC
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
This book helps readers learn how to draw some fun characters. From coaches and fans to police officers and ticket takers, we're just getting started. Readers find out how to draw people playing a variety of sports and a few very important facial expressions. Story prompts help readers to create their own brand new cartoon story.
Author: Library of Congress. Copyright Office