Drawing Face

Drawing a Face

I have been entertaining audiences with my balloon skills since 1985. Over these years, I have developed the artistic talent of drawing cartoon faces. Many people have been impressed with my drawing skills even though I have never taken a cartooning or art class. I just watch the morning cartoons to figure out how the faces and characters should look and noticed there are some basic patterns.

When you study cartoon characters, the majority of the cartoons show a profile of the character. Drawing a face on a balloon is more complex since it requires a head-on view. This requires more facial detail than character detail. In all honesty, my drawing practice is related to boring college lectures, and a lot of doodling throughout my life. I hope my years of experience can help you obtain the skill needed to become successful in your balloon-entertaining career.

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See Drawing Menu
See Drawing Eyes

See Drawing Noses
See Drawing Mouth
See Drawing Face Details

See Drawing Book Face, Face Balloon Faces
See See Writing Names
See Drawing tips by Ron Langlois


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16334 Boardwalk Terrace Orland Hills, IL 60477

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