How to Develop Professional Level Cartoon Drawing Skill

Drawing cartoons is a great hobby which not only entertains the cartoon maker but also others that watch the drawing. The simple hobby of cartoon making can be turned into a lucrative career also. These days with skyrocketing demand of cartoon makers it is not going to be a too tough task.

But to really make professional quality cartoons one should learn this art well. This is not to say that you should be doing a four-year course in some foreign university to learn the art properly. What I want to say here is that you may have great talents but without some training in basics of cartoon drawing your talent may not get chance to become visible.

True it’s very easy to get started with cartoon drawing. Just have a pencil and a piece of paper and you are ready to go. But behind this apparent simplicity there is a hidden universe! There is a lot to learn and practice. And if you are not guided properly from the outset there is every chance you will be lost in this amazing world.

So what is important here is 4anime

Get your basics right: there are some basic techniques. And you need to get them right. Things like: perspective, use of shadows etc are backbone of any kind of drawing. And as an aspiring artist you have to be master of his drawing techniques.

Once you have strong basic skills build upon that: once you have the basic skills you need to build upon that. Learn how to draw expressive characters, how to make your composition convey a message and other similar high-level techniques.

Choose your style of drawing: there are in fact various styles and schools of drawing to choose from. You may want to draw cartoons in Japanese manga style, or maybe traditional European style of cartoon making is your favorite. Whatever it is select your style and stick to that.

Learn from the works of masters: watch and study the works of great masters and try to learn from their art. But do not copy their individual style because your goal should be creating your own signature style.

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