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How to Draw a Buddha Statue, Buddha Statue

Artist: Dawn / February 13, 2013
How to Draw a Buddha Statue, Buddha Statue

Step 1.

We will need to make the outline of a snowman almost. Start with two circles, one for the head and another for the body. Sketch in facial guidelines, then draw in the shapes for the hands.

Step 2.

Here you will draw out the structure of the Buddha statue's head, then draw in the ears. Make the detailing to the chin area before moving to step three.

Step 3.

Draw out the squinted eyes, then the eyebrows. You will then draw the wide shaped nose, as well as the simple line for the mouth.

Step 4.

Next up, draw the shape of the upper body which is the floppy breasts and fat stomach.

Step 5.

Make a swirl for Buddha's belly button, then draw the nipples, chest crease and nipple ring.

Step 6.

We will now start the process of drawing the very blubbery arms that almost form a slight arch shape. Add the wrinkles or folds to the skin, then draw out the small stubby hands.

Step 7.

Lastly, draw in the Buddha's legs. There is massive fat tissue that is piled on itself so make sure to add that to your Buddha too. Draw in the feet and crotch area, then erase the mistakes.

Step 8.

Here is the finished drawing when you're done. You can begin coloring in your Buddha to add some life to this spiritual figure.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 13, 2013
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Description: I have drawn a Buddha in the past but to tell you the truth that drawing was sort of bad and the coloring was, to me, horrible. That is why I decided to fill a request and make another tutorial on "how to draw a Buddha statue", step by step. I really like how this drawing came out because it represents the Buddha to the fullest. The Buddha has been an icon to natives from India as well as from other places over the world. Famous people who practice Buddhism are Tina Turner, Keanu Reeves, Jennifer Lopez, Jackie Chan, Michael Stipe, Steven Seagal, Richard Gere, The Dalai Lama, and others across the globe. I think you will enjoy drawing a Buddha because these statues are well recognize everywhere. Peace out people and like always, good luck.