It is possible to refer to the easy step-by-step drawing instructions below.
The first thing to be aware of are the fundamental forms you’ll need to employ to design the head. Each head begins with a circle. dependent on the person you’re drawing, the overall angles and the shape of the head will alter. The head of a young man is round and round. The chin doesn’t extend from the top part of the circle. Teenagers have faces that are slightly longer with girls appearing slightly larger and boys having a more square chin. Women’s faces in adulthood are slightly larger, while the faces of men who are older are generally larger. The face of the villain is angular and long, and thin.
Your head can be drawn using a variety of angles. From the front or straight. The 3/4 view occurs an image of the face slightly tilted towards one side. The head is in profile when it is completely turned towards one side. A quarter of the view is the only time we look at the face, perhaps looking into the eyes and perhaps a bit between the ears. There’s also the scene behind the head.
The head could be tilted up or down. If you look down at your head, or if someone is looking down, the face may appear smaller. The eyebrows cover the eyes. Get slightly closer and you will be able to see at the very top of the face and where it is. The lips should be touching and appear slightly thin. If you are defining a head that is looking downwards, the bisector that passes through the face curves downwards. If the face is looking up you’ll notice the underside of its chin and the nose. The eyes appear to move towards the eyebrows. And it is also true that the mouth will not remain open, even if the mouth did and appears to be narrowing because of how we look at it. The overhead bisector curves upwards rather than downwards. You will then find that everything is in order The size and location are as normal. The bisector runs straight through.
The shape of your face something you could consider, though you have the option of using straight lines on the edges of your face. In general, though, you should draw out the places the areas where the cheeks differ with the forehead. You’ll need to position it slightly to the left to match your eyes, and then move it out slightly lower. From the other side, you’ll need to bring your forehead into and then curve it downwards and out to reveal the location of your nose. Also, you’ll need to locate the connector on the head. Bring the chin into the top of the head. You can then reduce it to an angle of around 90 degrees.
It is also important to be aware of how you can keep hair at the high on your head, unless of course your persona is hairless or bald, in which case you shouldn’t have to be aware of this procedure too much (this is also true for voluminous hairstyles.) Hair should be full and have your head is bobbing a little. It is not a good idea to leave your hair hanging loose and place it close to your skull. It will appear strange.
The next step is to decide on the best style. If you’re looking for more refined curves and finer detail it is likely to choose an edgier style called shojo (Shojo is the title of a manga that is usually reserved for females). If you’re looking for quick and striking lines, you should choose shonen (Shonen is the title of manga that is usually for males).
Let’s get going. As I mentioned earlier that all ends begin with an arc. We’ll also lower a line that is for the neck, and draw horizontal lines for shoulders. Also, we will create a line horizontally along the face, bending it upwards and the line being drawn down towards the middle in the face. A circle on top of the circle will reveal the location of our ears.
Start by placing one side of our head facing one side, which is the other of our ears. Then, we’ll draw a line that goes down and around the line, before moving up and out until the lower chin. We’ll draw it in, then lower it for the neck. It’s time to draw lines from that point to mark where it joins with the shoulders.
The shape of an ear from the opposite side. We will then mark the point where the back of the connector joins the neck. Perform similar to what we did in the previous step. take it out and back again, and leaving a space to the shoulder.
After that, we’ll begin to draw drawing eyeliner. You will draw the lower and upper lashes. The upper lashes should be thicker than the lower ones, and usually will have eyes lashes when drawing the eyes of a girl. A tiny line above the crease will highlight the area between your eyelid and the eye.
We’ll draw ovals to represent the pupils, and then extend the pupils to create shadows for the eyes. The shadows will change from thinner to more dense in an angle. You can erase or apply White or black paints to emphasize the eyes. You may decide to save the drawing after having colored it.
Next, the nose and mouth. A small strip of line will be all you need to describe the nose on manga-style faces. The mouth is wide. The lines will not join at the bottom, however the mouth will be identified when you color your image.
Then, we’ll look at the other features on the face. Then, we’ll draw a simple curve around each eye to define eyebrows, a few short lines underneath our cheeks (usually showing a little blush) and finally, we’ll draw the details of our ears.
The more blossom will be used for the shadows below the chin and a shades that are close to your eyes and, and the closest to the face.
Hair time. We’ll draw half her bangs.
Then, another. Draw the curvature of the hair and some definitions of the hair strands.
We’ll pull it up, knot it and then get it ready to ponytail. A few hairs that are near the neck’s nape aren’t sufficient length and will not stick out.
Then her ponytail, make curves and curls, just as we did for bangs.
And we’re done! You drew a manga head. Don’t be afraid to explore and try a variety of viewpoints and angles, particularly when you’re creating characters of your own.