The first thing you start with is the eyes. You just draw a basic circle for the first eye. Coming along for the second eye, you draw a circle but not a full circle. You start and come off of the other eye. Then you draw the nose, which is just basically a sausage shape that touches the bottom of the second eye. For the lower part of the face, it is easiest to draw a circle coming from 3/4 of the way along the nose, around, back up, touching the bottom of the nose right there. Then, within here, you do the mouth. It comes in, you draw a line inwards towards the back of the circle, and draw a little line there. For the bottom of the mouth, you come in from the edge of the circle here, come down, and you already have the rest of the line drawn there so you just thicken that one up. You make any mistakes or anything, since it is in pencil, you can just thicken the line or move this line. You put the dots in the eyes, and on the bottom, you put a tiny little line by the neck. For the side of the face, just come up level with the cheek, moving up just under the eye, putting a little half circle, then put a C. For the shape of the head, come up, quite a long way, around the top, and as you come back towards the eye, you get right down by the eye and do a little bump right down by the eye. And that is the basic shape of the head. For the hair, it's quite easy. All you've got to do is two little strands on the top of the head, and for the hair on the side of the head, it is just an N shape coming down to the back like that. And that is the basic shape of Homer's face. If you want to come down more on the neck to do the body, then you come along the neck here, just make a diagonal line, that'll be the top of the collar, and come down like that, to be the edge of the collar, and then come back up parallel to the line you've already drawn, and back around. Now, you just draw a little V on the top of the collar, down, and back up. For the left hand side of the collar, just do two straight lines, back, down and a little triangle. For the top of the arm where the shirt is, you just do like an oval shape, but instead of going around the bottom, you draw a straight line. That's going to be the top of his shirt. And then for the arm, you are going to do two straight arms going down, bending slightly just towards the middle of the stomach. For Homer's stomach, you come down from the left hand side of the collar, doing a straight line at a slight angle, and then you come out towards the bottom obviously for his large stomach. And for his back, you just join the collar to the arm of the shirt, and from the bottom of the arm of his shirt, come out with another line at a slight angle, just like that. .
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