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How to Draw Che Guevara, Che Guevara

Artist: Dawn / June 14, 2013
How to Draw Che Guevara, Che Guevara

Step 1.

This will be a very simple lesson so let's get started. Start with a circle for the head guide, then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Using the guides you just made, begin drawing out the actual shape of the face structure. Add the lid line for his beret.

Step 3.

Using the facial guidelines begin drawing the thick darkened eyebrows like so as well as the top lid line for his mouth.

Step 4.

Next, sketch out the shapes of his eyes and make sure that the top lid for the left eye is thick. Draw the nose in the form of flared nostrils, then color in portions of the right or left side of his face. Add the mustache and some lining for his bea   

Step 5.

Now you can draw the thickness of his neck, then draw the shoulders and collar from his uniform jacket.

Step 6.

Lastly, draw in the rest of his famous beret, as well as the outline of Che's hair which is feathered back. Erase all your mistakes to have a clean image at hand.

Step 7.

That's it, you are done. Now show folks your drawing of Che Guevara.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 14, 2013
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Tags: draw people, how to draw real people
Description: Certain people from our history can be referred to as a blessing or a curse. There is so many people in the world that have different views and beliefs of some of the most recognized individuals whether they were considered evil or good. That is the case with this lesson that I am about to submit. Here is "how to draw Che Guevara", step by step. Now because Che is such a controversial person of history, I fear that I may say something wrong or politically incorrect. I will tell you that Che’s real name is or was Ernesto Lynch. He was known as a physician, guerrilla leader, diplomat, military theorist, and revolutionary. He is known to some as being a savoir, while others label Che as one of the most brutal murderers of all time. He joined forces with Fidel Castro at one point and even tried to liberate his people. The image of Che is usually seen on an all red background with the white silhouette of his face. There is a lot of merchandise that can be bought like buttons, pins, shirts, flags, tattoos, posters, and other stuff. The picture that is so popular with culture was actually taken by Alberto Korda. In Cuba there is an actual twelve foot bronze statue dedicated to Che Guevara that was revealed in 2008 located in his homeland Rosario Argentina. Anyways, enjoy drawing Che Guevara and I will be back with other cool lessons like this in a bit.