This step by step tutorial explains how to draw some of the more popular anime and manga facial expressions. The examples are of a female anime face but some of the same principals can also be applied to drawing male faces.
This detailed step by step tutorial illustrates how to draw a male character in the anime and manga style. The main focus is on various male body proportions.
Anime eyes are one of the most definitive characteristics of the anime and manga drawing style. Depending on the artist and the type of character that is portrayed there are almost countless variations.
This tutorial focuses on some of the more common types of anime and manga eyes and looks at some potential reasons as to why they are drawn the way they are.
You can also look at the How to Draw Anime Eyes and Eye Expressions tutorial on this site for some more detailed instructions.
This tutorial provides some tips on drawing feet in the anime and manga styles in several different positions from different views.
You may also want to check the the How to Draw Anime and Manga Feet From Different Views tutorial before looking at this one if you have not already done so. It provides some detailed instructions on the basics of drawing feet.
To put it in very simple terms perspective is objects that are further away appearing smaller than those that are closer to the viewer.
In art the correct use of perspective is very important as it can make a flat image appear to have depth and volume.
This tutorial will illustrate the basics of perspective drawing and explain how these are applied to drawing anime and manga.
Feet are comprised of many irregular shapes making them one of the most difficult body parts to draw. Anime feet just like many other body parts drawn in anime style are simplified versions of real feet.
This tutorial provides some useful tips along with examples that can help you learn how to draw feet in the anime anime and manga styles from different views.
Lots of photos of from FanExpo Canada 2013 including anime and superhero cosplay, Star Wars and Lego exhibits, comic book and anime art and more.