This step by step tutorial explains how to draw an anime boy’s head and face. It shows how to draw facial features in common anime proportions and how to place them on the head. There are also some basic shading and coloring tips.
Anime & Managa Drawing Tutorials
This detailed step by step tutorial explains how to draw a girl in the anime style wearing a school or college uniform in three quarter view. It covers everything going from the basic structure of the body to a colored and shaded detailed drawing.
This tutorial explains how to draw an anime woman’s head and face step by step. The focus is on how to draw a middle aged female character’s facial features as well as on common anime facial proportions for that character type.
This tutorial explains how to draw anime and manga style eyes from the side view in different states and with different expressions using step by step examples.
This step by step tutorial explains how to draw a room in one point point perspective. The example is a bedroom but the same principals can be applied to drawing other rooms with different objects and furniture.
This tutorial explains how to draw anime and manga style mouths from the side (profile view) in different states (closed, open, etc…) and with different expressions.
This tutorial explains the specifics of drawing male anime and manga eyes. The guidelines in this tutorial incorporate some of the common elements seen in anime eyes but different steps can be changed, added or removed based on style.
This tutorial will look at some common practices when drawing anime glasses. For the most part anime and manga glasses are drawn similar to real glasses but there are a few things that make them a little different from other styles.
This tutorial looks at drawing anime facial hair including beards, mustaches and sideburns. Just as other facial features a particular style of facial hair can help emphasize a certain type of character.
This tutorial looks at drawing chibi character facial expressions. Chibi characters are highly simplified versions of the anime or manga style drawn with huge heads and tiny bodies. Chibi expressions take the bare minimum needed to convey a certain emotion and can save an artist a lot of time. For this reason they can even be used as “cut-ins” in more serious styles of anime or manga.