How to Draw Nikola Tesla, Nikola Tesla

Artist: Dawn / June 18, 2013
How to Draw Nikola Tesla, Nikola Tesla

Step 1.


For the first step you need to draw the outline of the head, then draw the shoulder. Sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.


Draw the first lining for Nikola's face, then proceed to step three.

Step 3.


Next, sketch out the hairstyle which is sort of long in a neat combed manner.

Step 4.


We will tackle the task of sketching out his eyes starting with the eyebrows, then with the shapes of his eyes. You will also need to draw the nicely lined shape for the nose as well.

Step 5.


Next, draw the ear, then sketch in the detailing inside of the ear.

Step 6.


Draw the mouth and lips, then sketch in the mustache as well as add solid coloring.

Step 7.


We will finish Nikola off by sketching out the shape of his neck, then draw in the jacket, jacket collar and then his undershirt collar. Erase your mistakes as well.

Step 8.


Here is what Nikola Tesla looks like when completed. I hope you enjoyed this lesson folks.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 18, 2013
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Description: I know no one recognizes the name or face you see before you now and if you do it's because you are pretty fluent with your history. Today I will be showing you "how to draw Nikola Tesla", step by step. I'm sorry to say that I personally never heard of Nikola Tesla, but someone asked me a while ago if I could make a lesson on him for a school project. I know the tutorial is pretty late, but at least you will have it for next year. Anyways, Nikola Tesla was the guy who developed the alternating current electricity supply system or otherwise known as AC. He didn't solely design this type of system, he just played a part in the invention. Anyways, I know you will enjoy this lesson especially if you know who he is. Thanks for joining me with this lesson folks and be sure to stick around for more.