|Uploaded:||May 28, 2009|
|Updated:||May 28, 2009|
Have you ever seen someone with a white painted face and move without a sound? Well sorry to say everyone I have never seen a person perform like that either, although I do want too. If you are having trouble guessing what in the world I am talking about, I will give you a quick hint because this person or character is what I will be doing a tutorial on next. These people perform on the streets and in theater, they wear white and black striped shirts and even a cute little French hats. Yes that is right, I will show you “how to draw a mime step by step”. Mimes are really fun to watch and two of my favorite mimes were in the movie “Starsky and Hutch” and they were played by “Ben Stiller” and “Owen Wilson”. That was one of the best scenes in the flick. Anyway let's get back to talking about mimes. The art of mime was once called “mummer” during the early English days. Through the years the art of mime has become more modern and entertaining. What we used to call “silent movies” was actually performed by an actor that we are all familiar with. The actor that perfected this art was “Charlie Chaplin” and he became the worlds most loved character for silent films. Mimes are funny people that do amazing things with their hands, faces, actions, and personalities. They are so emotional, clever, and sometimes personal. Miming is awesome because the individuals that master the art, can communicate with his/her audience without saying a single word. They can make you laugh, cry, smile and even get angry. I had fun drawing out this character because I conveyed my funny side within a cartoon created from inside. I hope you guys like learning “how to draw a mime face” too, I mean you can draw the face to have an expression that suits your personality too. I have to go once again but I shall return once again. And this time I'm bringing another tutorial with me. Have fun learning "how to draw a mime step by step" guys, peace out!