How to Draw Pink Floyd The Wall, Pink Floyd The Wall

Artist: Dawn / July 8, 2013

Step 1.

The first thing you need to do is draw an oblong shape for the face then sketch in the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

You will define the lining of the head and face, then draw the stretch lines from each side of the face.

Step 3.

You will now sketch in the forehead wrinkles, then draw the eyes which are in a straining expressive pose.

Step 4.

You will draw out the wide open screaming mouth hole, then proceed to step five.

Step 5.

Next, draw the teeth from both the top and bottom parts of the mouth.

Step 6.

Draw the nose, and color in the nostril holes.

Step 7.

Next and lastly, sketch in the stretch marks on the sides of the face, then draw in the crease lines on each side of the mouth to show that the mouth is really opening wide. Erase your mistakes if you made any along with the guidelines you made.

Step 8.

Here is how the face looks when you are all done. Now you can choose to color in your work.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: July 8, 2013
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Tags: how to draw faces, how to draw logos, draw music
Description: I have for you a lesson on a popular image from an album cover known as 'Pink Floyd the Wall'. I wanted to make this lesson for a long time but I totally forgot about the idea. It was a request that brought back the spark for me to make a tutorial on "how to draw Pink Floyd The Wall", step by step. It's basically a face trying to break through a brick wall. There are speculation as to what he brick wall is supposed to represent, but one common belief is that it's supposed to be a depiction of the character's (Pink) mental wall that he builds to keep people out. Every brick in the wall is for all the things that has happened in his life which also includes how Pink is oppressed by his overprotective mother. Anyways, I know all you Pink Floyd fans will enjoy making the face that comes from the wall. I had an awesome time with recreating the image so I know you will too.