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How to Draw Ludacris

Artist: Dawn / March 9, 2010
How to Draw Ludacris

Step 1.

First draw a round shape for the top of his head and then draw the shape of the lower face and jaw. Next add the facial guidelines for his eyes, and then draw the exact shape of his neck.

Step 2.

You will now start sketching out the shape of Ludacris's eyes, and then the bridge of his nose as you see here.

Step 3.

Look at that, you're already on step three which is bringing you closer to the end of this tutorial. Lightly sketch out the eyebrows which should be semi-thick, but neat looking. Next, since Ludacris is African American and Native American, the shape   

Step 4.

Finish sketching out the shape of his face, and then sketch out the shape of his lips which are very full. Draw in his mustache by lightly sketching out the facial hairs, and then define the shape of the nose's nostrils.

Step 5.

Now you are really almost done because after this step, you are only one more step away from the end. Here you will begin sketching out the shape of his forehead, and then his hairline. As you can see his sideburns are neatly trimmed and almost look    

Step 6.

This is your last drawing step and all you need to do is really finish sketching out shape of his entire head, and then sketch out his ear and big diamond earring. Shade in part of his sideburns, and then add some shading on his neck, and around the    

Step 7.

Here is what your finished sketch should come out looking like when you're done. You can choose to color in your portrait, or leave it looking like a sketch. Whatever you choose, it will be great. I hope you liked this tutorial on "How to draw Ludacr   

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 9, 2010
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