How to Draw Lo, Escape From Planet Earth

Artist: Dawn / February 14, 2013

Step 1.

Make a boxy shape for Lo's head then lightly sketch in some facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Next, you will begin sketching out the actual face structure followed by the small row of horns on top of the skull or head.

Step 3.

Since Lo only has one eye, all you have to do is draw one eye. Color in the pupil then add a crease line below his eye.

Step 4.

Next, draw out the very simple oblong shaped mouth. Draw in the cone shaped teeth, then add all the texture definition on his skin's surface.

Step 5.

He is almost a giant which means his shoulders are going to be massive. Draw out the boulder shaped shoulders, then add some detailing to the edge of the shoulder lines.

Step 6.

Lastly draw in his torso, as well as the arms. Notice how the arms have layers like the stalk of a palm tree. Add some detailing to the torso and arms like so, then erase the mistakes.

Step 7.

Here is Lo when you are all done. Color this orange giant cyclops in, then you're finished.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 14, 2013
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