How to Draw Chibi Leatherface

Artist: Dawn / October 26, 2020

Step 1.

Begin with the simple guides and shapes like you see here. The circles for the head, body and feet/hands then the guidelines for the face.

Step 2.

Next, draw the shape of the face and the ear as well as the detailing that goes inside the ear. When that is done you can draw the arm, small hand and then the sleeve. Add detailing to the sleeve as well.

Step 3.

Define the shape of Leatherface's face and then draw in the thick, wild head of hair. Color in the hair too.

Step 4.

Use the facial guidelines to draw out the large mask openings for the eyes and mouth and then color in the nose holes..

Step 5.

Inside those holes draw the eyeballs and that crazed look in his face. You will also need to draw the mouth and then the teeth.

Step 6.

Up next, draw the torso which is in the form of the butcher apron that he wears.

Step 7.

You will now draw the legs or pants and add the detailing to the pants.

Step 8.

Here you will draw in the boots. Draw the sole to the boot that is lifted off the ground.

Step 9.

Go ahead and draw the chainsaw which is a chibi version of it.

Step 10.

Now you can draw the actual chain which is the blade of the chainsaw. Thick and chunky to match the character holding the machine.

Step 11.

For the last step all you have to do is draw the noise and debri all around the chainsaw blade. Erase the mistakes and the guides as well.

Step 12.

Once everything is cleaned up you should have an end drawing like the one you see here. Go ahead and color the drawing in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: October 26, 2020
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Tags: how to draw horror, how to draw killers, how to draw movie characters
Description: Okay guys. I did some searching and it appears that I never made a lesson on how to draw chibi Leatherface from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre films. They say that the movie was based on actual facts, but sometimes I find that hard to believe even though what supposedly happened took place in the late 70s. Anyways, all thoughts aside I absolutely love the way that this version of Leatherface came out. I actually love it more than his normal look because it still captures his insane qualities without the useless gore. So I hope you enjoy this lesson on drawing chibi Leatherface. Let me know what you think of it and be sure to comment, like, love, fav and SHARE!