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The human face conforms to a set of basic proportions. You can distort and exaggerate these proportions to create a memorable character design.

The human face conforms to a set of basic proportions. You can distort and exaggerate these proportions to create a memorable character design.

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  • Character Design: Faces
  • The human face conforms to a set of basic proportions. You can distort and exaggerate these proportions to create a memorable character design.
  • Most “realistic” faces are based on ovals.
  • Most “realistic” faces are based on ovals.
  • The rounder you make a face, the more youthful it will appear.
  • Faces of men and boys are more angular. Also, enlarging the eyes will make the character look innocent and young.
  • Small eyes and large mouths can make a character look more menacing
  • Here are a few examples of characters with a lot of exaggeration.