Topic 3 Try it out!

1. Happy face

You can copy the lines of the face or try on your own. The important is to follow the lines of the expression: nice curvy smile and the eyebrows that mirror it. Adding some white sports in the eyes will make your character cute and it will visually open it.

2. Sad face

The sad face is just to opposite of happy not only as an emotion but as a drawing as well. The curves are pointed toward the center of the circle, inner corners of eyebrows raised,  eyelids loose, lip corners pulled down.

3. Surprised face

Surprised face can be described with wide open eyes, the pupils are small, the eyebrows are raised, mouth can be wide or little open.

4. Afraid face

The most common feature of the angry face is the lowered eyebrows and the open mouth, curved downwards into a yell.

5. Angry face

The sad face is just to opposite of happy not only as an emotion but as a drawing as well. The curves are pointed toward the center of the circle, inner corners of eyebrows raised,  eyelids loose, lip corners pulled down.

6. Disgusted face

Eyebrows pulled down, nose wrinkled, upper lip pulled up, lips loose, and narrowing of the eyes: these are the features of disgust. It’s almost an unmistakable look.

Once we clarify the main features, we can proceed with adding different details and colors.