Step 11: When you go in to darken the lines that make up Homer Simpson's mouth, start by connecting the bottom line on the right of his nose to the oval that makes his mouth. Homer's '"chin" or lower part of his mouth will touch the bottom of the main circle and come up along its edge a bit. Draw a small bump for his lower lip. Draw Homer's smile by following the mouth oval's horizontal line as a guide for where his teeth should be. Draw Homer's top lip out to the left edge of the circle guide, and draw another bump for his upper lip. Finally, draw three vertical lines, one of which is the main vertical construction line, to make Homer Simpson's teeth. Now you've learned how to draw this The Simpson's character's mouth.
Step 12: Tighten the shape of Homer's head by following the guide, but draw a bump over his left eye that represents to represent his eyebrow. Also draw a curve that connects his left eye to his mouth, which represents the other side of Homer's face.
Step 13: Darken in Homer's ear and draw a small curvy T shape within his ear to represent the inside of his ear. After you tighten the line below his ear, draw another small line below his chin to represent the left side of his neck.
Step 14: Now learn how to draw the hair of this cartoon character from The Simpsons. Draw two upside-down Us on top of his head to give Homer Simpson his comb over. Finally, draw a tilted M above his ear.
Step 15: That's it! You have learned how to draw The Simpsons' Homer Simpson. You can stop at this quick drawing for a rough, sketchy look or go for a more finished look by continuing to the step below.