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Uploaded: September 18, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Novice  Novice Skill Level
Steps: 9
Updated: September 18, 2010
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It seems that there are tons of people on the site right now. Seeing all you peeps on makes me extremely happy! The lesson that was recently uploaded to the website was one of my favorite lessons to be presented today. Anyhow, I want to submit another helpful lesson geared towards most of you anime and manga fans. I don’t know if some of you joined me yesterday for a LIVE drawing lesson on “how to create an anime character”. The lesson was generally all talking, kinda like a teacher you have to sit for hours and hours listening. Some people were saying that it was boring, which actually it sorta was. So anyways, this lesson will show you simply on “how to draw anime expressions”, step by step. The site alone has tons of lessons on how to draw anime, but nothing really that shows you the essentials of creating the expressions for them. This tutorial briefly shows you the simple expressions, and the key points of making them accurate. There are so many expressions you can mood your character in, that it’s pretty much countless! My advice would be to explore and observe other animes and mangas on how they create the emotions for their characters. There’s only so many simple ways to “draw anime emotions”, that it can get pretty easy. I’ve observed other artist’s mistakes and was inspired to create this lesson for everyone. The main character in the image isn’t originated from a present anime or manga. You can simply use the head base to create the emotions from this tutorial. Anyways, I have to go now and submit more lessons. I have like, six of them! Thanks so much for viewing and don’t forget to let me know on how this has helped! Thanks a lot folks, I’ll be submitting more awesome lessons for you all!

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Step 3. How to Draw Anime Expressions