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Cartooning: 100 Cartoon Faces & Expressions (How to Draw and Paint)

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Cartooning: 100 Faces & Expressions covers the fundamentals of creating cartoon heads and faces. This 32-page book includes instruction on selecting face shape, rendering features, exaggerating, and modifying features to suggest mood and personality. The title also features a wide range of step-by-step cartoon heads so beginners can practice a variety of expressions before applying them to their own characters. Additionally, readers will benefit from inspiring tips on the animation process and information on using computer programs to enhance or color the characters.

Synopsis:

Join Joe Oesterle on a fun-filled artistic journey as he teaches you to draw more than 100 cartoon character faces and expressions. You’ll learn about the tools and materials you need to get started. Then you’ll discover techniques for constructing basic head shapes and facial features, as well as how to convey a range of character expressions. Joe also shares tips for combining emotions, naming characters, and creating gags for a lively and enjoyable adventure in cartoon drawing!

About the Author

More than 80 years ago, Mr. Walter T. Foster set out to prove that anyone can learn to draw. The “how to” art books he wrote, illustrated, printed, bound, packaged, and shipped on his own soon grew tremendously in popularity! Today the Walter Foster Publishing company carries on the tradition, developing books and kits that encourage creativity and spark imaginations.

Table of Contents

Tools & Materials

Tips for Getting Started

Learning the Rules

Breaking the Rules

On the Face of Things

Making Headway

Express Yourself

Combining Emotions

Same Expression, Different Character

The Squash & Stretch Principle

Getting Handsy

Playing Footsies

Guys & Dolls

Kids

Animals

Superheroes

Inanimate Objects

Telling the Backstory

Character Interaction

Cartooning with the Computer

Gag Me with a Gag

Naming Characters

About the Artist

Product Details

ISBN:
9781600582783
Author:
Oesterle, Joe
Publisher:
Walter Foster Publishing
Author:
Walter Foster Creative Team
Subject:
Cartooning
Subject:
Art - Cartooning
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
How to Draw and Paint
Publication Date:
20120731
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
100
Pages:
32
Dimensions:
13.75 x 10.25 in

Related Subjects

Arts and Entertainment » Art » Cartooning
Arts and Entertainment » Art » Drawing
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Join Joe Oesterle on a fun-filled artistic journey as he teaches you to draw more than 100 cartoon character faces and expressions. You’ll learn about the tools and materials you need to get started. Then you’ll discover techniques for constructing basic head shapes and facial features, as well as how to convey a range of character expressions. Joe also shares tips for combining emotions, naming characters, and creating gags for a lively and enjoyable adventure in cartoon drawing!

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