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In this video of TVLesson Paul Louis talks demonstrates how to draw a side looking cartoon character.
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How to Draw a Cartoon Character Looking to the Side
On behalf or TVLesson.com, my name is Paul Louis. I’m a puppeteer, artist and actor with puppetnetwork.com. We made a cartoon character looking forward but sometimes the character is going to look slightly to the sides so how do we do that well? Let’s start with the clean slate. So let’s again start with maybe we’ll do a circle this time. Now I put a circle like that. Slightly over the circle, I’m going to put a little oval shape like that.
And next to the oval shape I’m going to put a bigger oval shape and maybe down here up with another circle. Now how about I put a whole circle, right around that but I want to bring it close to that nose. It’s not a perfect circle but a circular shape. And right about here I’d like to put a big backwards “C” and inside that big backward “C” I’d like to put another backward “C”. Then right over here I’m going to put a little black dot and another little black dot.
Now we kind of have a clownish looking little character here, looking to the side. We can make it even more clownish looking by adding some makeup to the character, maybe even another circle around that circle so that it appears to be lips, to go clown clips looking a little bit surprised. And we can give them some really, really crazy hair. And we could really start to accentuate that here by putting a lot of streaks and lines inside. And a long neck, maybe a little “C” here in the middle to give an Adam’s apple.
On behalf of TVLesson.com, this has been Paul Louis. Thank you for watching.