Face Fundamentals | 05 | Cartoon Female Face

how to draw a cartoon female face basic head shape

When learning how to draw a cartoon female faceyou’ll need to place the eyeline a little bit lower than drawing a realistic character to follow along with Laurie B!’s own style of drawing females.

Her eyes are approximately the same size as the entire eye socket in the skull of a realistic character.For the next part of this tutorial on how to draw a cartoon female face, here’s what you do:

Divide the lower part of the face into thirds again, with the top-most division forming the bottom of the nose, and then the next divided part lining up with the bottom of the lower lip.

draw a cartoon female face

In this picture you can also see that the eyebrows have been added to the eyes.

If you’re not sure where to place the eyelashes, you can start at the innermost point of the eye, where the upper and lower eyelids meet.

Then, draw an imaginary line that goes diagonally up towards the top outside corner of the eye. This is where you should place your eyelashes.

drawing cartoon girls faces proportions

For the next part of our tutorial on how to draw a cartoon female face, attach the ears to the head at the corners of the eyes at the top, and then at the bottom of the nose for the bottom of the ear.

To find the hair line on the cartoon female drawing you can divide the head up into 4ths and then take the top most division and use that as you line where the hair will start.

draw a cartoon girls face facial proportion

When learning how to draw a cartoon female face, it’s pretty important to have defined a hairline for your character…..

This is so you have a good idea of where the hair is starting to come out of the head.

And, once you know this, you can then consider how it is going to fold and flow in relation to the character’s face.

We hope you learned a lot from this tutorial on how to draw a cartoon female face. See you in the next episode!

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