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How to Draw Splinter Cell

Artist: Dawn / July 31, 2013
How to Draw Splinter Cell

Step 1.

Draw the shape of the face then draw the sides of the neck. You will sketch in the facial guidelines as well.

Step 2.

Sketch out the actual shape of the face which should look strong and chiseled. Once that is done you can add the hair line as well as the bumps for the headlight that he is wearing.

Step 3.

Draw the shapes of each ear, then add detailing inside the ears.

Step 4.

You will now draw three circles one for each eye and another for the middle of the forehead. Add the inner circles then move to step five.

Step 5.

Sketch out the shape of the nose, then draw in the mouth, chin, cheek indents and then the frown lines. When you detail the face make sure the lining is soft.

Step 6.

Sketch out the top of the head then sketch in the hair detailing. Once that is done you can draw the bracket that holds the night vision lens' in place.

Step 7.

Lastly, draw the shape of the neck, sketch out the sides of the shoulders, then draw in the detailing for his suit that he always wears. When you are done you can erase your mistakes so Sam Fisher comes out looking great.

Step 8.

Here he is all done. Now you can have fun coloring him in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: July 31, 2013
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Description: For those of you that have been waiting for a lesson on the main character from the Splinter Cell series here he is now. The main protagonist of the series is called Sam Fisher and he has been part of the game since it's start I think. My brothers used to play Splinter Cell for the Playstation a long time ago, but nowadays they are into military based games. Instead of naming this lesson Samuel Fisher, I just called it Splinter Cell because folks don't associate the name with the face you see before you now. Instead when they see Sam on the cover, they automatically know that it's a Splinter Cell game. Have fun with this tutorial folks and I will be back soon. So have fun learning "how to draw Splinter Cell" or Sam Fisher.