The following is an excerpt from ‘Creative Smile’ by David Koehn.

A quick word on this book.

This book has a whole section on how to make yourself smile.

There are a lot of tips that will help you achieve this, but this section is where you’ll find the most important.

If you’re not sure, just read it and you’ll be up and running in no time. 

David Koehm is a creative director, a photographer and a web developer.

He has worked on projects including the award-winning website, which was purchased by Google in 2015.

You can read more about David’s work at

Creative Smile is a book for anyone looking to be a little bit creative, whether that means making a smile on their face, posing for a photo, or taking a photo of themselves in the sun.

In this short, four-page guide, you’ll learn how to create your own ‘creative smile’.

The book’s design features a photo album with over 150 photo samples from the world’s most successful people, ranging from athletes to rock stars, to the fashion world.

It’s designed to help you develop your own unique style, from the moment you open the book until you’re done. 

The book features a series of exercises, each designed to make you a little more creative.

Each exercise takes you through a simple process of applying and applying a little differently.

This means you’ll need to be more creative, but also be aware of your own limitations.

You’ll also find exercises for more advanced topics, like creating a custom smile.

You’re able to choose from the following:   1. 

The smile of your choice, from a random selection of people, brands, and people.


A simple smile, one that can be applied to a lot or a little of different things.


A more complex smile, for instance, from two different people, for example, your best friend and your girlfriend.


An all-inclusive, no-fuss, one-page, no sweat, smile.

The book is divided into sections:  1.


This is where most of the tips and tricks in the book are put to work.

This section focuses on getting comfortable with your facial expressions, learning to control your mouth and facial muscles, and understanding the different parts of your face.

2: The Basics.

The next section covers more advanced techniques, like how to use the right amount of facial muscles and how to get a more expressive, more expressive smile.

3: The Advanced Techniques.

The final section of the book focuses on more advanced tools like the ‘Swing’ and ‘Hands on’ exercises.

You may be wondering, what does the ‘Advanced Techniques’ section mean?

Well, they’re just the tools that are designed to be applied on a specific subject, and can’t be used for everything. 

Creative smile, like the one pictured here, uses the same tips and techniques from both sections to make your own, all-encompassing smile. 

For instance, if you want to make an awesome, ‘creatively designed’ smile, here’s how you could do it:  First, you need to decide what you want your smile to be.

For this exercise, you’re going to pick a simple face to start.

Next, choose your favourite product, such as a nail polish, lipstick, a hat, or a hat with a star on it.

Next select your favourite picture.

Finally, apply your favourite smile to your face using the tips from the first section.

This will give you a ‘good enough’ smile. 

  Next, go to your computer and choose the picture that’s going to be your face, and click ‘Start’.

You’re done!

Now you’ll want to apply your smile.

As you can see, it’s a little tricky to get this right.

The first time you use the technique, it will take a little while to get the muscles in place, but once they’re in place you’ll soon be able to apply the muscles yourself. 

To start, choose a new photo.

This photo should be from the person you want the ‘good’ smile to look like.

If it’s someone who you think is cute, make it one that’s a few shades lighter.

Then, select a photo from your photo album, and apply your ‘good-enough’ smile using the technique described above. 

Once you’ve applied your smile, you can choose to continue.

You want to try and use your muscles on the person who’s smiling at you. 

In this example, I’ve chosen a photo that shows the front of my face and the front and back of my head, and applied my ‘good smile’. 

Next, click on the ‘OK’ button on the bottom