Shop More Submit  Join Login
About Digital Art / Student Member Kamry-HanFemale/United States Recent Activity
Deviant for 7 Years
Needs Premium Membership
Statistics 738 Deviations 5,385 Comments 211,618 Pageviews

Newest Deviations


Yes, it's official, I've given into the tumblr mating call :heart: Don't worry though, I'll be posting pretty much the same stuff on both sites, tumblr will just be getting more of my quick sketches in addition to what I post here (so basically more content on tumblr).

I will warn y'all that it'll also be my totes inappropes online diary :T Prepare yourself for my INNERMOST DIRTIEST/RANDOMEST THOUGHTS!!!

Find me and follow me here at
  • Mood: Hungry
  • Listening to: Rin Kagamine - Meltdown
  • Reading: Notes written on my arm
  • Watching: Hellgirl
  • Playing: Me vs. Tablet
  • Eating: Cherry Slices HEB brand ;)
  • Drinking: Soda MOUNTAIN!!! D:


Artist | Student | Digital Art
United States
Made of Win

Current Residence: College Town
Favourite genre of music: Getting into the Vocaloid thing :heart:
Favourite style of art: Fanart (SPARKLES!)
Operating System: Photoshop...?
MP3 player of choice: iPhone
Favourite cartoon character: I'm Disney's Bitch
Personal Quote: "If we're being real here..."

AdCast - Ads from the Community




Add a Comment:
unknownwolf1996 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
ZOE-Productions Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student Digital Artist
unknownwolf1996 Featured By Owner 6 days ago
X3 nothing much. just stumbled upon your profile searching for someone to role play with.
ZOE-Productions Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Student Digital Artist
lol well I've never done it before so I don't know if I'd be the right person for that sort of thing, BUT I'm willing to be your internet buddy :heart:
(1 Reply)
MissButterfly11 Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
Hiya! Just wanted to stop by and say hi. How are you?
ZOE-Productions Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Student Digital Artist
I'm doing great, thanks for asking! How are you doing lovely?
MissButterfly11 Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2014  Hobbyist Writer
I'm doing well myself. ^^ Slightly anxious but other than that, I'm good!
angiraripie Featured By Owner Aug 30, 2014  Student General Artist
omg omg omg!! I love your artworks!!
they are amazing!!Love Love 
Vanny090 Featured By Owner Aug 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
How do you draw faces so well?
ZOE-Productions Featured By Owner Edited Aug 11, 2014  Student Digital Artist
Ooooh, well the technique I use now is to make a light circle for the head and then add cross bars where I want the character to be looking (the bar going horizontally is where the eyes will fall and the vertical bar is where the nose and middle of the nose will fall). I place the horizontal bar close to the base of the circle. I make sure the vertical bar is straight and doesn't curve with the face b/c it tends to skew the alignment of the mouth to the eyes, but the horizontal bar does curve slightly as where it meets the edge of the circle is where I place the ears.

I then add the eyes (it takes a bit of practice to get the spacing b/w them right and sometimes you can see I still screw that up :P ) and the nose a little below where the cross bars meet in the center.

Then I follow the edge of the circle on one side of the face (if the character is looking left then the left side; right, then the right side) from where the forehead is down to where it meets at the base of the eye.

The next part sometimes I mix up. By that I mean sometimes I'll draw a floating mouth first or sometimes after, but generally the next step is to go out from under the eye to form the cheek and go down to the point of the chin, then curve back up to where I want the ear to be.

Then I draw the ear.

After this, if the character has bangs I draw those (but not the rest of the hair UNLESS the character has short hair). After that I move on to the neck which tends to actually be my most difficult part DX After I complete the shoulders (and typically the rest of the body) I finish the hair, deciding where it'll fall. This is because sometimes I'll make it fall over the shoulders to the front or decide to cascade it down the back.

I'm not sure if that's helpful or not so I might make a tutorial about it in the future. This is of course how I make faces of a mildly serious (like not the ones I use in my comic strips) that are not completely forward facing or profile facing. I hope you got something out of it! The circle technique I sort of mastered by looking at Disney concept sketches and character sketches.
Add a Comment: