How to Draw a Indian Warrior

Artist: koreacow / January 5, 2010

Step 1.

First, draw a circle for his head then draw the guidelines for his body. Draw two small circles for the hands. You will then draw the rough shape of his loin cloth.

Step 2.

Mark where his eyes, nose and mouth belong. You will also mark where the neck and chest will be. Then you will draw the guidelines for the weapons and the feathers in his hair.

Step 3.

Draw a rough outline of his entire body shape.

Step 4.

Clean up the rough lines you’ve just done by making it the perfect shape for his body outline. You can now draw his face and the outlines of the weapons.

Step 5.

Now you will start to draw little details on his body, such as eyebrows and hair lines and nipples. Then you can give him his accessories.

Step 6.

Finally, finish the drawing by drawing the shade lines for his muscles to make him look strong and powerful. Then do the fold lines in his outfit. Lastly, draw the details on his weapons to give them a three dimensional look.

Step 7.

Now you’ve got yourself a Native American warrior. I’ll see you all in my next tutorial.

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Artist: koreacow
Date Added: January 5, 2010
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