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How to Draw Fallon, Jack the Giant Slayer

Artist: Dawn / February 15, 2013
How to Draw Fallon, Jack the Giant Slayer

Step 1.

You will be drawing a two headed giant so gather everything you need before we get started. Once you have your clean sheet of paper, a pencil, and good eraser, you are ready to begin. Make three shapes, two for the heads, and one for the bone like sh   

Step 2.

Start with the bigger head of Fallon. Sketch the structure of the head like so, and since the giant is bald, no need to worry about adding hair. You will need to make sure that the chin and jawline are square or strong looking. When that is done add    

Step 3.

Before you draw in the eyes, you will first need to sketch out the eyebrows, then lightly add the wrinkles on the forehead as well as the temple dents, and marks.

Step 4.

Next, draw out the squinted style eyes, and make sure to get the expression right because he is Jack's enemy which means Fallon shouldn't look like a pleasant giant. Add the bags, and wrinkles under and around the eyes, then sketch in the broad nose,   

Step 5.

Simple, add the inner ear detailing.

Step 6.

Now you will focus on getting Fallon's other head drawn in. Make an odd shaped head, then draw in the ears.

Step 7.

Completely sketch in the face so you don't have to waist time going back to it again. Start by sketching out the eyes, eyebrows, then the wide nose. Add the creases or folds on the forehead, then draw in his mouth or frown as well. You will need to a   

Step 8.

All you have to do here is sketch out both the shapes of each neck. Of course the bigger head has the normal looking neck. Add skin detailing and then draw the necklace and pendant that he wears.

Step 9.

We will start from the left to right. Begin by sketching out the left shoulder, as well as the shoulder pad, thick heavy duty chain, then sketch in the chest and all the toned definition for his torso. You will also need to add some detailing to the    

Step 10.

Add cracks and a solid looking center to the shoulder pad which seems to look like it's made from bone.

Step 11.

On the larger shoulder the padding has an animal skull. The horns and snout make it look a lot like a bull or cow skull. Color in the hollow sockets, then proceed to the next drawing step.

Step 12.

Continue to work on the skull, and when it's fully drawn in you can sketch in the eyeball, holes, and all the cracks on the surface of the skull to make it looked aged.

Step 13.

For the last drawing step all you have to do is first finish sketching out the giant's torso, then sketch in the chest, toned arm which is ripped with muscle, then draw the strap that goes across the chest. It also has a chain as well. Add detailing    

Step 14.

Here is Fallon the Giant when you are all done from Jack the Giant Slayer. Color him in then you're finished.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 15, 2013
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Description: On again with another tutorial based on a character or two from a film called “Jack and the Giant Slayer”. It’s supposed to be out March 1st of this year, and its’ already getting good reviews. The kid that’s in Warm Bodies (Nicholas Hoult) is playing the role of Jack, Stanley Tucci is Lord Roderick, Ewan McGregor is Elmont, and there is a few other actors that I’m not sure of. Anyways, this lesson is going to be on the actual giant in the movie who also happens to be the leader. Here is "how to draw Fallon the Giant" from Jack the Giant Slayer. Fallon is a giant that has two heads, one is voiced by Bill Nighy, and the other is voiced by John Kassir. Bill Nighy is the big headed giant which is also the one that makes the decisions. I watched the trailer for the future film and even though I’m not a fan of Jack and the Beanstalk, the fantasy aspect of the movie looks cool. So go ahead and have fun drawing Fallon, and I will prepare other lessons for you all. Adios and good luck.