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Drawing Satan Step by Step

Artist: Dawn / November 15, 2016
Drawing Satan Step by Step

Step 1.

Let us begin by drawing the guidelines and guide shapes to wield the framework for your Satan.

Step 2.

We will now start using the face guide to sketch out the structure of Satan's face shape. Notice the angles and definition to the face. Add the cheek indent as well.

Step 3.

Let us start using the facial guidelines to begin drawing in Satan's face. Start with the eyes, then nose and mouth. I gave Satan a very intimidating stare to add realism to who this character represents. Be sure to sketch out the teeth, facial featu   

Step 4.

Let us now draw in the bull style horns. They should be large, robust and even defined.

Step 5.

The head and face are done. You can now sketch out the massive shape of Satan's neck followed by the muscular body. The chest muscles should pop out as well as the toned arms and neck detailing.

Step 6.

That's it, you are on your last drawing step and all we have to do is draw in Satan's large wings. Add detailing and definition to the wings followed by the wholes and tattered scuffs. Erase the mistakes and all the guides as well.

Step 7.

Here is the line art folks. You can go ahead and color in your drawing to bring Satan to life.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: November 15, 2016
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Description: Hello one and all. Welcome back to another lesson here on Dragoart.com. Today we will be showing you all how to draw Satan, step by step. Everyone knows who this figure is whether you believe in him, worship him, or hate him. This lesson isn't going to be too easy and it's also not going to be too hard. I made this tutorial on drawing Satan easy enough for all skill levels to tackle. If you didn't notice, the style and concept of this Devil or Satan comes from Tim Curry's character from 'Legend'. To me, the way they depicted Satan is so traditional and lifelike, it's what I always thought the beast would look like if seen in person. Anyways, I have some festive lessons coming your way after you tackle this tut on Satan. So have fun and let me know you if you like the tutorial.