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How to: Faces continued by KRIIZILLA How to: Faces continued by KRIIZILLA
Just some stuff I have picked up which I think is handy.
With the hair and neck thing, these are personal style choices I have made. They're not ART RULES that must be followed absolutely. They're just things I do.
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wuto-gui Featured By Owner Dec 30, 2013
it's been 2 years and I still sometimes draw invisible hair oTL
i will do the breeze now lol
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KRIIZILLA Featured By Owner Jan 12, 2014
That's alright, you can do whatever you like, it's all style choices and what not C : 
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HalviMoon Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
GRRRRRRR .. Lol xD and thanks for tutorial ^^
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WrittingStories Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
Lol I love drawing in an anime style but I don't like the floating eye either or when they draw the eyebrow over the character's hair but I got used to it.
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OzzieScribbler Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Professional General Artist
I'm so happy I came across your tutorials on tumblr! *u* Probably gonna print them out and decorate my walls with them!

And yeah, the thing about necks needs to be emphasized MUCH MORE for amateur artists. As with everything, there is no fixed rule, but people with little experience tend to go for the "lollipop stick" school of neck-to-head ratio, which may be really annoying in an otherwise good design. Especially when the character is supposed to be fully grown-up and/or masculine and/or stout.
Personally I'm way more forgiving of transparent anime hair than too thin necks in character designs, because in case the latter occurs it's much more obvious when it's not a conscious choice but blatant lack of understanding on artist's part.
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KRIIZILLA Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013
Aw thank you, that's a great compliment! C:

Haha yeah, well, I guess we've all be guilty of the skinny neck at one point or another. I know I have!
I think necks can be hard to get a grip on because people tend to want to master the appealing aspects of a character's face and forget the neck. Which is ok, as everyone learns stuff at a different rate and people usually get it eventually.
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OzzieScribbler Featured By Owner Jun 14, 2013  Professional General Artist
Yes, definitely everyone's guilty of it at one point.

As I thought of this neck problem more, I realized it bugs me so much because it also touches related fields of art, like costume design and photo manipulation. Turning a small person into a bigger one via fat suit or Photoshop magic doesn't quite work if the model's neck is left skinny as always.
Sorry, just a random observation.
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AgentBlackBlood Featured By Owner May 25, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
The ear thing reminds me of Mr. Crocker. :XD:
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KRIIZILLA Featured By Owner May 28, 2013
that is exactly who I had in mind when drawing that face haha
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J4B Featured By Owner May 25, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You got a certain tongue in cheek way of saying these that make me smile.
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