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Face Off shows you how to draw from life like never before. Caricaturist Harry Hamernik shares the secrets to capturing the sillier side of friends, family, celebrities, strangers -- any face that crosses your path. 40 step-by-step demonstrations show you how to sketch whimsical and expressive likenesses while developing your own quick, loose improvisational style.
You'll get expert instruction on drawing eyes, noses, mouths, and other features; creating portraits in front, three-quarter, and profile views; adding color to your caricatures, either by hand or via computer -- instruction you won't find in any other book; tips for making a likeness more masculine, more feminine, younger, older, sexier, goofier, all while making a portrait that your subject will love; and how to draw hair as two simple lines, why drawing the parts of a face in the same order every time can cut minutes off your work, and tons of other handy tricks of the craft. 128-page paperback.