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How to Draw Roger Federer

Artist: Dawn / June 9, 2013
How to Draw Roger Federer

Step 1.

Begin with making the shape for Roger's head then sketch in the facial guidelines and shoulders.

Step 2.

Next, draw out the structure of his face like so, incorporate the ear, then draw in the headband that he wears across his brow.

Step 3.

Using those facial guidelines you made in step one, begin sketching out the shapes of his small squinty eyes. Next, draw and color in the dark eyebrows, followed by the nose. Add frown lines around the nostril, then draw in the simple lined mouth. Sk   

Step 4.

All that needs to be done here is the addition of the wavy style hair which is being pulled back by his sweatband. Add the Nike symbol, then sketch in the inner ear detailing.

Step 5.

We will be finishing up this lesson on Roger Federer. All that needs to be done is the addition of his shoulders in the form of his jacket and shirt collar. Sketch in the shirt line, then add detailing to his neck. Erase all the mistakes then you are   

Step 6.

That's it, you are ready to show off your work to other folks. I do hope you enjoyed this lesson on one of the top tennis players of today.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: June 9, 2013
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Description: Well I guess it's no secret that I am not a big sports fan in fact I don't watch or follow any type of sport at all. Just because I don't watch games like football, baseball, soccer, tennis, or even hockey doesn't mean I won't upload tuts based on your favorite athletes. Having spewed all that nonsense I wanted to upload the lesson on "how to draw Roger Federer", step by step. He is a tennis player that is popular, or shall I say well known. Roger Federer was born in Switzerland and he holds dual citizenship for Switzerland and South Africa. Federer was recently ranked World No. 3 by the ATP in May. Anyways, since my knowledge of tennis and its players are limited, I will stop talking about stuff I know nothing about and let you get busy with drawing Roger Federer. Like I always say, I will be back with more fun for you all on this beautiful day.