Wednesday, 27 March 2013

Learn How to Draw an Old Man's Face in Two Point Perspective

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Today we are going to draw an old man's face. Let's start with a rectangle in perspective. That's right, we should start with curving in some basic shapes and then to make the face from that. We should put down the horizon line with two vanishing points. Draw some simple shapes. The reason why we have to hit the vanishing points is to create the structure in perspective. One might ask -- why do we want to draw the old man's face in perspective? The answer is very simple -- we don't always want to have some flat drawings. Perspective will definitely give some volume to the drawing.

After we are done with the basic shapes will start subdividing them and start drawing curved lines; in order to do that we will have to dissect the corners so that the lines meet in the center. Dissect as many corners as you can because it will make your life easier as soon as you start free hand the curved lines.

Use your rough lose pencil to start carving shapes in. It will help us to understand what we actually want to achieve.

Now we are ready to start drawing the chin. Go around and see what you can do with the drawing. As soon as it is done we can start drawing an eye and eyebrow. The distance between both eyes is of the size of an eye. Keep moving on with the nose.

Start mapping things out like hair and shape of the head. Keep it lose and rough.

Draw the mouth by marking where it is going to be.

Let's take another pencil and over exaggerate the iris of the eye because whenever you look at a photograph you will always see a dot of the iris in the eye.

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Let's see what we can do with the corners at the top of the nose, but we do want to focus on the eyes. Don't put one continues line. Look how I go back and forth in the drawing.

Keep on working on the eyes. Switch to the pen and over exaggerate the eyes because that is the soul of the drawing. Draw some lines under the eye including a line under the nose. Block the nose and add details -- we need to get some expression into the old man's face. It is very good working with the pen because it will definitely help you to practice as you decide to draw digitally.

I still need to draw the other eye; therefore, let's switch to a pencil of the different color. Work around and get the feel of your drawing. Keep moving on with adding details to the face.

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I don't draw one continues line; I go back and forth in the drawing. Basically you are working on the full drawing and not on one part of it only. The reason why I'm using a different color pencil is to block more shapes in.

You can always erase any details you don't like. There is a great advantage in drawing with the pen because those lines will remain. There are too many work lines in our drawing; therefore, let's get rid of them now and add some details afterwards. Now you can see the structure of the character underneath. Sit back and think what you want to achieve and what has to be added or altered to do so. Let's start with the eyes. We need to exaggerate them so that they pop out of the drawing. As soon as one eye is done we can switch to the other side. Add some details to the face.

Some people don't like erasing lines, but I like it a lot because at the end of the day it will give more life and sense of depth to the drawing. I don't care about how many lines I add because I want to structure the drawing and make it look the way I want to. When you draw digitally you can undo actions you have made and the same here - I can delete lines whenever I want to.

Now we can dig in with much darker pencil to make a different structure. What I can do, I can add more creative details. Once it is done I will go back and add the final details with the pen.

Keep working on the chin shape and facial lines. Add some life to the drawing. As you can see I follow the rough lines here by adding some details. Work out the curved lines and avoid the straight ones or your drawing will look stiff and lifeless.

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Ok, let's take a look at what we can do to line things up. Some edges are missing; therefore, let's make straight edges to match up so that they hit the vanishing point. As we draw we should always have to keep an eye on it.

Lines are not as thick in the background because they are much further away. Add some creative details, but stick to the original plan. Get some contrast by shading details.

Let's add more details to the windows that are in the front part of the building. While I'm doing that I think about the creative part of the drawing -- what to add.

You have to be very careful with the edges -- hit the corners. You can make them lose as you move closer to the vanishing point.

Now I will add details to the building in the back here. I want them to stand out a bit so that they catch the viewer's eye. I don't want to add too many details.

We want to have something in the vanishing point that will grab the viewer's eye because that is where the viewers will be looking.

We already moved the center of the street twice; therefore, let's block it in. Draw the lines and hit the edges. Make sure they are not open.

Let's keep drawing the buildings on the right side of the street. Outline the buildings and add window shapes.

Add details and increase the pace as we move forward. We want the foreground to stand out. Think about the balance of the drawing while doing that.

Glen's past achievements and work experience:

2010 Barbie: Princess Charm School (video) (storyboard artist)

2007 Storm Hawks (TV series) (storyboard director - 1 episode)
– Siren's Song (2007) (storyboard director)

1998 Chucklewood Critters (TV series) (storyboard artist - 13 episodes)
– Family Feud (1998) (storyboard artist)
– Timeout (1998) (storyboard artist)
– Scenter of Attention (1998) (storyboard artist)
– Raging Rivers (1998) (storyboard artist)
– Anything You Can Do...? (1998) (storyboard artist)
See all 13 episodes »

1997 I Am Weasel (TV series) (storyboard artist - 1 episode)
– I Are Big Star (1997) (storyboard artist)

1999 Werner - Volles Rooäää!!! (animator)

1998 Chucklewood Critters (TV series) (animation director - 13 episodes)
– Family Feud (1998) (animation director)
– Timeout (1998) (animation director)
– Scenter of Attention (1998) (animation director)
– Raging Rivers (1998) (animation director)
– Anything You Can Do...? (1998) (animation director)
See all 13 episodes »

1997 The What a Cartoon Show (TV series) (animation timer - 1 episode, 1997) (animator - 1 episode, 1997)
– Tales of Worm Paranoia (1997) (animation timer, animator)

1994-1995 Aladdin (TV series) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons - 12 episodes)
– As the Netherworld Turns (1995) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– The Lost City of the Sun (1995) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Eye of the Beholder (1994) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Night of the Living Mud (1994) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– The Way We War (1994) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
See all 12 episodes »

1993-1994 Bonkers (TV series) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons - 9 episodes)
– Fall Apart Land (1994) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Miracle at the 34th Precinct (1993) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Goldijitters and the 3 Bobcats (1993) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– The Final Review (1993) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– A Wooly Bully (1993) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
See all 9 episodes »

1992-1993 Goof Troop (TV series) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons - 15 episodes)
– Educating Goofy (1993) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– For Pete's Sake (1993) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Clan of the Cave Goof (1992) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Lethal Goofin' (1992) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Tub Be or Not Tub Be (1992) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
See all 15 episodes »

1991 Darkwing Duck (TV series) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons - 5 episodes, 1991) (animation director - 1 episode, 1991)
– Darkwing Doubloon (1991) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Dry Hard (1991) (animation director)
– Up, Up, and Awry (1991) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Whiffle While You Work (1991) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Jurassic Jumble (1991) (animation director: Kennedy Cartoons)
See all 6 episodes »

Tiny Toon Adventures (TV series) (director: Kennedy Cartoons - 18 episodes, 1990-1991) (timing director - 2 episodes, 1990-1991) (model designer - 1 episode, 1991)
– High Toon (1991) (director: Kennedy Cartoons, model designer, timing director)
– New Character Day (1991) (director: Kennedy Cartoons - uncredited)
– How Sweetie It Is (1991) (director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– You Asked for It Again (1991) (director: Kennedy Cartoons)
– Pollution Solution (1991) (director: Kennedy Cartoons)
See all 19 episodes »

1990 Potsworth & Co. (TV series) (animation director - 13 episodes)
– Rosie's Fuss Attack (1990) (animation director)
– Save the Cave (1990) (animation director)
– Rosie's Extra Sweet Day (1990) (animation director)
– Dozer Quest (1990) (animation director)
– King Potsworth (1990) (animation director)
See all 13 episodes »

1990 Jetsons: The Movie (animator)

1989 Hägar the Horrible (TV short) (supervising director: Wang/Cuckoo's Nest)

1988 A Pup Named Scooby-Doo (TV series) (animation supervisor - 13 episodes)
– Lights... Camera... Monster (1988) (animation supervisor)
– Robopup (1988) (animation supervisor)
– The Story Stick (1988) (animation supervisor)
– Ghost Who's Coming to Dinner (1988) (animation supervisor)
– Scooby Dude (1988) (animation supervisor)
See all 13 episodes »

1988 Scooby-Doo and the Reluctant Werewolf (TV movie) (animator)

1985-1987 She-Ra: Princess of Power (TV series) (animator - 93 episodes)
– Swifty's Baby (1987) (animator)
– The Bibbet Story (1987) (animator)
– Shades of Orko (1987) (animator)
– Hordak's Power Play (1987) (animator)
– The Inspector (1987) (animator)
See all 93 episodes »

1987 Smurfs (TV series) (supervising director: Wang/Cuckoo's Nest - 36 episodes)
– All the News That's Fit to Smurf (1987) (supervising director: Wang/Cuckoo's Nest)
– Gargamel's Quest/Gargamel's Second Childhood (1987) (supervising director: Wang/Cuckoo's Nest)
– Stop & Go Smurfs/Poet the Know-It-All (1987) (supervising director: Wang/Cuckoo's Nest)
– Smurf Pet/Timber Smurf (1987) (supervising director: Wang/Cuckoo's Nest)
– The Smurf Who Could Do No Wrong/Smurfette's Lucky Star (1987) (supervising director: Wang/Cuckoo's Nest)
See all 36 episodes »

1986 Ghostbusters (TV series) (animator - 65 episodes)
– The Way You Are (1986) (animator)
– Maze Caves (1986) (animator)
– The Haunted Painting (1986) (animator)
– Pretend Friends (1986) (animator)
– Back to the Past (1986) (animator)
See all 65 episodes »

1985 A Christmas Special (TV movie) (animator - as Glen Howie Kennedy)

1983-1985 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe (TV series) (animator - 114 episodes)
– The Cold Zone (1985) (animator)
– To Save the Creatures (1985) (animator)
– The Games (1985) (animator)
– The Ancient Mirror of Avathar (1985) (animator)
– Capture the Comet Keeper (1985) (animator)
See all 114 episodes »

1984 Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids (TV series) (animator)

1983 The Raccoons and the Lost Star (TV movie) (assistant animator - as Glenn Kennedy)

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