How to Draw Caesar, Julius Caesar

Artist: Dawn / February 3, 2013

Step 1.

Make the shape or outline of the head like so, then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Draw the shape of Caesar's face like so, then incorporate the shape of his ear.

Step 3.

Sketch out Caesar's hair which will also finish off the shape of his head.

Step 4.

Draw the eyebrows, the shape of his long broad nose, then sketch in the nostrils, frown lines, then his mouth and cheek definition. Caesar definitely had a strong looking face as did all Roman men.

Step 5.

Draw in the shapes of his eyes which are voided out. You will need to add detailing around the eyes, as well as detailing inside the ear, on the forehead, and texture definition for his hair.

Step 6.

Draw the shape of his neck then sketch in the toga cloth around the base of his neck, then add the definition on the clothing which is wrinkles, creases and folds.

Step 7.

When you're done with the drawing and you erased the mistakes you should end up with a sketch that looks like the one you see here.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 3, 2013
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Description: I have another figure from history that I think you will all enjoy or at least appreciate the art on. Here is "how to draw Caesar", step by step. Julius Caesar was one of Rome’s most influential men. He was born into an elite group of families which made him that much more powerful and popular. Supposedly Julius Caesar carries the blood line from both the Trojan prince Aeneas, and the goddess Venus. There are also many speculations as to what kind of man Caesar was, but the story he liked was the one where he killed an elephant in battle. It is proven that he likes the elephant story because he had coins made with pictures of elephants on them. There is really not a lot that is known on his childhood or younger years. All I can tell you is that he was a Roman general, statesman, and Consul. He was also part of the historical events which caused the fall of the Roman Republic, and rise of the Roman Empire. He is also the one that wore the crown when it came to Roman politics as he influenced a lot of decisions. All of the successes he had made him one of Rome’s most ruthless, strategic, and dominate military generals to have ever lived. It was Caesar that won the battle with Gaul which then enabled him to conquer the English Channel as well as the Rhine. A bridge was built across the Rhine which is when the invasion of Britain took place. Julius Caesar also had a long relationship with Cleopatra. Anyways, this lesson should be pretty simple. Drawing Julius Caesar is not going to be that difficult since the only references there is for him is statue images. I will be back with some other fun stuff, and I promise it won’t be on another person for at least a day. Thanks guys and enjoy.