How to Draw Cute & Simple Faces : Video Tutorial

In this tutorial we will learn a step by step process for drawing faces from imagination.

My approach is very simple and beginner friendly while still having some style and dimension.

The Video Tutorial comes with worksheets that you get to download and print so we can work together through these drawings and solidify our learning. Will you take on this new and exciting challenge? :D

How to Draw Faces : Step by Step Course
14.99
  • Video Tutorial on how to draw the face using a simple step by step approach that is beginner friendly

  • Comes with 5 Worksheets that we will work through to help solidify what we are learning!!

  • I am really excited to be part of your art journey so I thank you for allowing me to help you learn how to draw the face :D

  • Upon purchase you will receive a printable PDF file that has the link to the video at the bottom of the first page. Click the link while on the computer to see the video.

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The Biggest Struggle for Beginner Artists

One of the things that makes drawing such a difficult skill to learn is that it requires a strong foundation before you get to the fun parts. Rendering and shading are usually considered the most fun because they help bring a piece to life and is easier than constructing the image. This is especially true when you want a sense of dimension in your work and want to give your characters a sense of realism. Even when artists use stabilization, a certain amount of foundation is important.

So what can you do about this? Well, drawing becomes much more manageable if you find a process of learning that allows you to take it one building block at a time. The mistake many people make is that they try to learn everything at once instead of just laying one brick perfectly before moving onto the next. I love using worksheets in my tutorials because it puts emphasis on a specific skill so you can narrow down and improve quickly.

When I create these tutorials I think of what would have helped me when I was a younger artist, these are the tutorials I wished I had and I strongly believe that someone could catch up to my level of drawing quite quickly with these resources.

One thing to keep in mind is that ultimately, this all comes down to enjoying the process. Drawing is very fulfilling because you have something you made at the end that can last many centuries; but, the real joy is in the act of creation. Feeling the pencil on paper is where the true spark of adventure begins.

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