How To Draw Comics | Faces

By Ed Foychuk

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​​Welcome to How To Draw Faces




Do you ever wonder why drawing faces are so hard? Seriously - we see them every day, when we have a conversation, look in the mirror or walk down the street. So why is it so hard to draw them?

Well, it’s for precisely that reason! We see so many faces every day that we’ve developed an uncanny ability to spot the subtlest details in people’s appearances.

So when it comes to drawing faces, we’re able to tell instantly if the structure is flawed, misshapen, or if the proportions and placement of the facial features are wrong. It doesn’t take a lot either – Our vivid familiarity with the human head can make the smallest mistakes glaringly obvious.

Don’t worry, you’re not the only one.



Most people find it extremely difficult to draw heads in the beginning. The structure of the face is extremely complex and almost impossible to represent correctly without a straight forward method of construction – which is exactly what this course is here to give you.

I’ve created this unit to guide you through a simple, easy to follow method for constructing the face, eyes, nose, mouth and ears from different points of view. Each stage is covered detail, with clear, steadily paced demonstrations that show you the entire process from start to finish.

You’ll learn how to draw a multitude of head types for both men and women, spanning a range of different age groups and ethnicity so that you can create unique characters that have variation within their features.

We’ll also discuss how to bring the face to life with expression, as we learn how to convey emotions through the movement and composition of the features.

Most importantly, you’ll learn how to take the confusion and frustration out of drawing faces,

using an extremely simple process that’ll make them much easier to draw.

By the end of this course, you will be far more proficient at drawing faces. You'll have a greater understanding of the structure, feature placement and proportions. Best of all, you'll have fun with it!

The attached PDF is designed to be used in conjunction with the video series in this course. Print it out, or draw on it digitally, while listening to the videos. I’ve plotted out the units in the following order, but you’re welcome to go back and revisit them as often as you like.



                                                   Lesson 1 | Warm Up

                                                   Lesson 2 | Structure

                                                   Lesson 3 | Eyes

                                                   Lesson 4 | Eye Brows

                                                   Lesson 5 | Nose

                                                   Lesson 6 | Mouth

                                                   Lesson 7 | Lips

                                                   Lesson 8 | Ears

                                                   Lesson 9 | Variations

                                                   Lesson 10 | Hair

                                                   Lesson 11 | Emotions

                                                   Lesson 12 | Wrap Up





The best part? You get everything in this course for just $15

That's 4+ hours of in-depth learning material.


You might be wondering why you're getting a course that covers the human face to this level of detail for such a small price tag.


Being able to structure the human head with correct proportions and feature placement is an absolute necessity when it comes to drawing compelling characters. So we want to make this course as affordable to everyone as possible. 
















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Best of luck, and I hope you enjoy this journey with me

-Ed Foychuk

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