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In this video of TVLesson Paul Louis talks demonstrates how to draw cartoon heads.
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How to Draw Cartoon Character Heads
On behalf or TVLesson.com, my name is Paul Louis. I’m a puppeteer, artist and actor with PuppetNetwork.com. Cartoon characters are pretty easy to draw when you look at them in terms of just basic shapes, numbers, and letters. What I’d like you to do today is I like you to take your marker. I’d like you to basically make a “U”. That’s all, just a “U” but then we’re going to take a magic marker. We’re going to make another “U” just like this in the center.
Now your “U” doesn’t have to be perfect, just a U-like shape. How about one more "U" right over here? How about an upside down "U" on this side and then on this side? Get the picture. Let’s make another "U" maybe on its side and another "U" on its side. How about another "U" inside the "U" that’s on its side and maybe a final "U" on top.
You know what we need some more "U’s” so how about we put a "U" right here and another "U" right here. How about another "U" upside down and wider over here and over here? And how about we put a "U" right inside the "U”. One there and one there, and I would like to darken in those "U’s”. So I’m going to darken in those “U’s” and maybe leave a little hint of white in there.