How to Draw Alfred Hitchcock

Artist: Dawn / December 8, 2014
How to Draw Alfred Hitchcock

Step 1.


Alfred Hitchcock has an oblong face shape so that is what you will make a guide out of first. Sketch in the facial guidelines before moving to step two.

Step 2.


Define the shape of Hitchcock's face and be sure to add the loose skin from aging.

Step 3.


In this step you will draw in some hair on the sides of his head. For the most part he was bald but had thin scuffs of hair. Draw the shapes of his ears too.

Step 4.


Alfred's face is tilted back a bit to get a more traditional look he was famous for. Having said that, draw the eyebrows, then sketch out the nose, wrinkling on the forehead and then color in the shading created by the shadow of the nose.

Step 5.


Here you will draw in Alfred's eyes which are small and beady. Color in the pupils, then add some puffy bags under one of the eyes. Don't forget to draw in the crease on the eyelids.

Step 6.


To finish drawing Alfred's face you will need to sketch in the frown lines on the sides of the mouth, then draw in his thick lips, chin ball, and chin shape. Add dimpling to the chin and right cheek as well.

Step 7.


For the last step all you have to do is draw the shoulders, shirt collar, suit jacket and then draw in Alfred's tie. Erase whatever mistakes you made.

Step 8.


Here is the line art folks. Now you can add some color to your drawing of Alfred Hitchcock.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: December 8, 2014
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