How do you draw a head?

Well, it goes all the way up to the center of the head, where you would draw on the front.

Here are examples of all three possible configurations.

You can get more information about how the drawings work in our paper.

How Do You Draw a Face?

A face is typically defined, not by the shape or dimensions of the body, but by the features of the face itself. For example, the shape of the eyes, the shape of the nose, and the shape of the mouth, are very helpful in defining what a face is, but what is critical is what the face looks like in the light of different emotions.

The face can be seen by looking at it in the light of different emotion. This is called emotional luminance. It is determined by the emotion and the emotional lighting conditions. That is how we can give visual feedback to an animator. That has been shown in the laboratory with eye-tracking methods and computer vision techniques using a photonegative or flash light device.

Here are two examples of visual luminance. First is a photo of a happy face, one captured with a flash light and reflected over the eyes, and the second is a similar photo with a simple light source, a table lamp. In both cases, one gets a very strong sense of the face being happy. In both cases, in a photo taken in broad daylight, you only get a faint impression in the photos. In contrast, the faces in the flash-light photos have a clear idea of how happy they are.

But how do you tell the difference between the two?

In the first photo, the background is slightly green and the background contrast is quite good. In the second photo, however, the sky is a slightly darker shade of green and you can no longer see the foreground.

There are two ways to fix this. The one I will talk about will use a technique named image contrast, and the other will use the human visual system.


Image contrast is achieved by placing a camera on a tripod with one hand and holding the camera steady with fingers of the other hand. At first, we assume there would be a camera in the center of a circle. But after the second exposure, the shape of the camera’s position changed. The photo shown in the previous image would be the same if the camera was fixed near the middle of the circle, but this would not really make any difference because we would still use the same lighting condition