Happy Monkey

Happiness Defined

A few months ago, I was watching my friend’s animated cartoon face, and I noticed something very interesting.

He was drawing a smiley face, but there was no eye contact.

He had drawn it using a simple brush and a few clicks of the mouse, but no eye-contact.

I didn’t notice this until I tried it myself.

In fact, this is the second time I’ve seen this, and the first time I tried to draw an animated face using the mouse.

If you’ve ever played a game or a cartoon, you’ve probably used the mouse to move your cursor around a game, to draw a line, or to zoom in on something.

But the more often you use the mouse and the more frequently you’re using the click-wheel, the less often you’re able to actually interact with the graphics.

The first time, it was because of a lack of eye-tracking hardware.

Today, most of the time, the mouse is just a convenient way of moving your cursor.

But it’s not just a convenience.

It’s also a very powerful tool for visual communication.

It can be used to interact with a visual system, or it can be a tool for interacting with the system itself.

And while we’re at it, let’s not forget about touch, too.

If you have a physical keyboard and a mouse, the idea of a keyboard with no eyes and no fingers, a touchpad, and an eye-piece is a bit unsettling.

But that’s a discussion for another time.

In short, you can draw a cartoon using your mouse and it’ll probably look pretty good.

How do I draw a smile face?

A simple brush.

Drawing a smile is a very easy task.

We’ll be working with a very simple brush that you can use to create the face.

You can use a normal brush to draw your smile, or you can make your face really dark, or even make it a little less cartoonish.

Here’s how to do it.

Step 1.

Fill in your sketchbook with a blank sheet of paper.

You don’t need to use the exact same sketchbook as you’ll use to draw the face in this tutorial.

You can fill in the gaps as you see fit.

Step 2.

You need to fill in your drawing by filling in the blanks.

It doesn’t matter if your fill is an exact copy of the sketchbook, or if you’re just using the brush to fill the gaps.

Step 3.

Take a few lines of the brush and draw two shapes.

The first is your first stroke.

It should be the most important stroke, since you’ll be filling in most of your fill with this stroke.

Step 4.

The second stroke should be your second stroke.

Fill that in with the second stroke as well.

If your second and third strokes are the same, you have two strokes.

If you’re drawing a face, you’ll want to draw two dots on the top of your sketch.

Step 5.

You’ll want your first dot to be the leftmost dot.

Draw that dot with the rightmost stroke.

Step 6.

You should now have a solid rectangle.

Step 7.

You will want your next dot to follow the left edge of the rectangle.

Draw that dot.

Step 8.

Your final dot should be just above the right edge of your rectangle.

Step 9.

Your last dot should now be the right side of your rectangle.

Step 10.

Draw a line.

The line should be a straight line from the top left of your drawing to the bottom left of the drawing.

It shouldn’t go past the bottom of your line, but it should be straight.

Step 11.

Draw your eyes.

Step 12.

Your mouth should look a little weird, so draw a straight face.

Step 13.

Now draw your eyes and make them bigger.

Make sure they look big enough to see the details of your face.

If the drawing looks too small, you might need to add more dots.

Step 14.

Now, draw a little circle around the eye.

Step 15.

Now fill in a dot with your second dot, and add a dot to your third dot.

Step 16.

Repeat this for your last dot, filling in a circle around it.

Step 17.

Draw another circle around your eye, and fill in another dot with a dot you added to your last one.

Step 18.

You’re done!

You can now draw your face using your normal brush and mouse.

Step 19.

If there are any extra dots, you could try to draw them using your fill.

The idea is to make the dots bigger and more detailed so they’re more eye-catching.

Step 20.

If this looks like your drawing looks like you want it to, you’re done.

Now just go back to your drawing and fill the rest of the fill in with your next stroke.

This will take your drawing from a basic sketch to a cartoon