How to Draw Napoleon, Napoleon Bonaparte

Artist: Dawn / February 4, 2013

Step 1.

Draw the guide for the head, then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

Sketch out the shape of the face like so paying close attention to contours of his face. Draw the outline of the ear, then sketch in his hair which is sort of flat and messy.

Step 3.

Sketch out the brows and shape of the nose. Draw the nostrils, then proceed to step four.

Step 4.

You will sketch out the shapes of his intense eyes like so. Color in the pupils, then draw in his mouth. Make sure the bottom lip is full and finely detailed. Sketch the detailing inside of the ear, as well as along the face.

Step 5.

Finish drawing the head as well as his hair. This should be pretty simple.

Step 6.

Lastly, sketch out the shape of his neck, then draw in design of his military jacket. Erase the mistakes then you're done.

Step 7.

This is Napoleon when you're done. Color in your drawing or leave him as a sketch. Great work on sketching Napoleon.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 4, 2013
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Description: When you sit back and think of other famous people from history that made an impact another person's name comes to mind. Here we will learn "how to draw Napoleon", step by step. Despite him being part of the French military he was actually from Italian ancestry. From 1804 to 1815 Napoleon was Emperor of France. He is best known for his ruthless role as a leader in the times of the French Revolutionary war. In 1812 he led the Peninsular War when France invaded Russia. Napoleon was considered a military genius, commander, and above all things a master strategist. Being the Emperor of France is an important title to carry so one has to be great to hold this title for the length of time Napoleon did. Drawing Napoleon will be an educational experience so have fun with tackling the task. I shall return in a bit so stay tuned in. Peace folks!