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Easier said than done, I know. Once you have something in mind, start putting down some very rough doodles of how you want things to look.
Find some images online of manga characters you like, or even use photos of real people. Whatever works best for you.
Grab yourself a fresh, clean piece of paper, your favorite pencil, and get drawing. Since this tutorial focuses on the head, it seems like as good a place as any to start. They are actually one of the trickiest parts for artists to get down skillfully — especially on manga characters since they tend to be much more expressive.
Because of this, eyes get their own little section in this tutorial. Section 2. Start by drawing a curved line remember to press lightly where the top of the eyelid and the eyelashes will sit. From here you will want to draw a large oval shape underneath, roughly the same width and the first line you made.
Leave one side of the oval open this will be filled in later during the coloring process. Now you should have something that is starting to resemble an eye. This is why you are pressing so lightly with the pencil. Then, draw yet another oval around pupil to represent the iris the colored part of the eye.
This next part is something very common among manga and anime character eyes. Light reflections. Make a small oval near the top of the eye, covering mainly the iris, but also a bit of the pupil. Draw a second, must smaller oval on the opposite side of the eye, covering the area where the iris meets the white of the eye.
On the underside of the line you initially made for the eyelashes, draw a couple smaller curves nears the outside of the eye to give some more detail. Draw another, thicker curved line above the eye contouring to the shape of your first eyelash line. Play around with a few different ideas on some scrap paper to get a feel for it.
From here, feel free to add a few more lashes or detail lines wherever you see fit. And there you have it — the art of the female manga eye. First, draw your curved eyelash line as you did for the female eye.
Then, draw a second curved line a bit thinner this time underneath to represent the bottom eyelashes. Near the middle of the top, draw a small circle for the pupil and surround that with a larger half circle for the iris.
Again, expression is entirely up to you. To give this eye a more masculine look, draw some curves around the corners of the eye to emphasize wrinkles in the skin, and a long, thin line above the eyelashes to make the eyelid stand out.
Make a thick, curved line above the top eyelid and angle it however you feel is best. For male eyebrows, they tend to vary in thickness — usually they are widest in the middle, with very narrow tips, but feel free to style them however you like. Again, there are hundreds of different styles, but they all seem to follow a pretty rudimentary method.
Play around with different approaches to see what works best for you.
Does your character have awesome eyes? Does your character have any other features that most human beings have? Start by drawing very faint lines through the head to mark where you want to place the nose and mouth.
Like eyes, there are multiple ways to draw a nose. For most manga and anime characters, noses are comprised of just a line or two and some shading. Again, this will only consist of a couple lines and some shading, but you can experiment a bit more with it.
Draw a line under the nose about the length from one pupil to the other and give it a slight curve. Then you realize that you drew the eyes too close together. To fix it, you would have to erase and redraw them.
But they are so dazzling looking. The newbie works around the error.
The serious artist sheds a few tears, erases, and redraws. But the easy fix is to stop resisting, erase it, and redraw it. And your mom is actually correct about wearing a hat. They have a dangerous type of charisma and keep the story moving forward. They may appear sensitive on the outside, but on the inside they have no feelings except for themselves.
I kind of got stuck for a metaphor.