How to Draw Lubbock from Akame Ga Kill

Artist: Dawn / January 21, 2015

Step 1.

Alright, like always, let's start with the basic guidelines for this character. Take your time sketching this part and make sure that you draw them on your paper very lightly.

Step 2.

Next, let's work on the overlapping bangs of hair which frame the face shape. Once you've drawn those bangs, drawing the face shape should be fairly easy.

Step 3.

Then, work on the head shape of hair as well as the goggles which frame the top part of the head.

Step 4.

To finish the face, carefully draw the facial features like the eyes, nose and mouth. Use light lines for this part as well.

Step 5.

Next, let's work on the collar and neck part as well as the cowl which frames the coat.

Step 6.

Now, let's work on the shoulder and arm. Take your time with this part and work from top to bottom. Sketch the wrinkles at the top part of the arm and the wrinkles which detail the bottom part.

Step 7.

Then, sketch the hand and make sure the hand is drawn sort of warped to give that comical impression of action. Don't forget to sketch the right arm and the clothing details.

Step 8.

Lastly, draw the details for each of the fingers and the circle medallion at the center of the glove.

Step 9.

Once you've reviewed your sketchy draft, go ahead and ink out your drawing and you should have something very similar to this (depending on your line art style/thickness.) I hope you fans of Akame Ga Kill enjoyed this tutorial. Hopefully it was easy    

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: January 21, 2015
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Description: Here is a tut for those of you who are fans of the Akame Ga Kill series. Up next I will be showing you How to Draw Lubbock from Akame Ga Kill, step by step. This character was requested by few members so I figured I would go ahead and finally make a tut on Lubbock. I hope you have fun with this lesson, I will be back shortly with more fun lessons so stay tuned in.