Here is what I call adorable. I am always looking to create new drawings in the latest styles, and that is why I want you guys to enjoy this tutorial on "how to draw kawaii people" in a step by step fashion. As I said before, whenever you make kawaii characters, you are basically using the same techniques as you would when you make chibis. Japanese kawaii style is much smaller, cuter, and the faces have more of an innocent look to them. The best part of the faces that you draw with your kawaii characters, is how universal the concept may be. For instance, you can totally get away with using a kawaii face that you made on one of your human like figures, and place that very same face on a kawaii food drawing. You can see from the tutorial that the complexity level is not going to be that challenging, although I do think that some brand new novice artists will come across some bumps in the road. Regardless of how you tackle this lesson, you will definitely have an awesome time. I have to bounce out of here because there is more in store coming your way. Peace out people and enjoy!