Alright. For the next drawing, we’re going
to alter our eye shape a bit. We’re going to make more round. Our character’s eyes are
flattening out. The top of the eyelid shape is going to come down and the other bottom
lid will come up. Similar to how somebody is when they’re angry. This person’s not angry.
We’re also going to have their eyebrows jetting downwards and their nose is going to be slightly
flatter. We’re going to curve up the side of their, you can see this mouth coming down
in a sharp dimple. We’ll have some laugh lines coming up over here at the side. Another option
is to show a little bit of teeth here, by having some small crosses in here which denote
the teeth shapes. You can see like, “ooh, my goodness, I wouldn’t want to meet this
character in a dark alley.” Next we’ll put the ears in. And we have the hair coming up
again, a little flatter, as if this person’s kind of sunk into themselves somewhat. Maybe
they’re not thinking quite clearly. The sides of the mouth bunch up and come down and around.
Turn the jaw line and there’s the, and then down on to the chin. Some other effects we
can have, we can kind of darken both the eyelids and underneath to make it just more nefarious.
And other things, of course, you can do is, I find it effective to shade around the character
in black right around their head, almost denoting the dark thoughts which are going on in there.
It’s very, very malevolent and evil grin plastered upon our character’s face. If you’re drawing
a hero, well, that might be morally confused or this guy might just be a villain in general.