I'd like to try drawing character illustrations with high or low angles, but the balance of the composition becomes all weird... I don't seem to quite understand perspective and overlapping... Do you have any of these problems too? With a high angle, the character in the picture is seen from above, while with a low angle, the character is seen from below. However, it can be tricky to draw depth and balance with difficult angles. When drawn from a low angle, how should a character's chin, hair or clothes be represented? How should the background be distorted? These points have to be grasped if you want to draw these kind of pictures. It becomes easy to draw these diffuclt compositions once you've learned how to roughly position the point of view and overlapping that represent perspective, three-dimensionality and depth. Today, we're introducing tutorials on how to draw from these high and low angles.