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How to Draw Carbide From Fortnite

Artist: Dawn / October 11, 2020
How to Draw Carbide From Fortnite

Step 1.


First, like I always emphasize in my tutorials, is work on the guidelines. Be sure (if you're drawing traditionally), to sketch down these lines very lightly on your paper so they can be erased later on!

Step 2.


Then, let's work on the head shape of the mask. I started with the top part of the mask, then sectioned it off with the dividing line in the middle to define his 'cheek' and 'brow' shape of the mask design.

Step 3.


Next, using thin lines, let's detail the inner mask detailing, like the facials and the other sections of details.

Step 4.


Then, we will draw the detailing for the neck and then the shoulders. Keep in mind to vary your line weights while progressing through the drawing!

Step 5.


Work on the left arm first, and then shift your attention to the detailing within that arm.

Step 6.


Lastly, draw the right arm and the detailing within that as well. Once that has been drawn, sketch the torso part.

Step 7.


That's it, You are all done. Now you can have fun coloring in this Fortnite skin.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 11, 2020
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Tags: how to draw fortnite, how to draw fortnite characters, how to draw fortnite skins
Description: Welcome guys, to another tutorial that will show you an easy and quick way on drawing Carbide from the awesome Fortnite game franchise! I have gotten too many requests for these characters so I just went ahead and did an onslaught of them after much debate. Drawing Carbide should be pretty simple once you've gone through this tutorial a few times to actually get the hang of his form. He took me a while to sketch while referencing many pictures of him. The coloring was what took even longer because I wanted my artwork of him to be unique rather than the typical blue/purple background contrast. Anyways, let me know if this tutorial was of use and if it has helped you any. Thanks so much for viewing and stay tuned for more stuffs!