How to Draw Joseph Gordon Levitt, Joseph Gordon Levitt

Artist: Dawn / March 20, 2013

Step 1.

Begin by making an oval shape for the head and face like so, then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Next, start sketching out the structure of Joseph's face like so, then sketch in the hairline at the forehead.

Step 3.

Next, sketch out the rest of his hairstyle which is combed back and sort of long on top. Then you will draw in his ears, as well as more hair behind the ears.

Step 4.

Using the facial guidelines you will sketch out or draw the eyebrows and make sure that the hair comes out looking pretty thick. Sketch in his eyes, and when you do this they should slant a bit. He defiantly has squinty eyes. Add some detailing aroun   

Step 5.

You are almost done with this character so be patient. Sketch out the nose, then draw in his lips or mouth. As you draw the mouth or lips you will need to darken some of the area around his mouth.

Step 6.

Lastly, draw the shape of his neck, then draw the shoulders, shirt collar, then his tie. Erase all the mistakes as well as guidelines, then you are all done.

Step 7.

Now here is your drawing when complete. Color him in then you are done.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 20, 2013
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Description: Some may recognize this face and then again some may not. If you are familiar with '3rd Rock from the Sun' you should be able to pin point this face, or if not you can think of movies that he was in like Stop Loss, Hersher, Brick, and other films. Today I will show you "how to draw Joseph Gordon Levitt", step by step. The reason why I did a lesson on him is because he is played the role of Blake in the Batman Rises film. Of course in the movie you don't know it at first, but he is actually Robin before all is reveled. Anyways, this is a nice drawing as well as coloring job. I tried the best I could to make this sketch look like Joseph Gordon Levitt. Of course you can tweak this drawing any way you like. I will be back in a bit with a few more lessons so be sure to come back around. Peace out people.