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How to Draw Tribal Robert Downey Jr

Artist: Dawn / April 30, 2014
How to Draw Tribal Robert Downey Jr

Step 1.


Start off by drawing the sunglasses like so, then draw the shape or lining of the nose.

Step 2.


Next, sketch out the structure to Robert's face like so, then make sure to add the facial hair and mouth.

Step 3.


In this step you will draw the side of his head, then sketch in the few chunks of hair.

Step 4.


Draw the left side of the face which is in the form of his hair, then move to step five.

Step 5.


Almost done folks. All you have to do is draw the fuzz on top of his head, then add some patched marks which will later be colored in.

Step 6.


Now you can finish off this lesson by drawing Robert's neck, shoulders, suit tie and jacket lining. Erase the mistakes if you made any so you have a clean image to color in.

Step 7.


Here is what the drawing looks like now that you are done. Now you can use this line art as your guide to color in the tribal version of Robert Downey Jr.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: April 30, 2014
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Description: Here is Mr. Iron Man himself in tribal form. Up next and lastly for today I will be showing you "how to draw tribal Robert Downey Jr.", step by step. This guy has always been one of my favorite actors even when he just came out from rehab. People judge other people way too much leaving everyone all fuzzed up about what the truth really is. At some point in everyone's lives people go through some hardship that they are able to deal with, or not deal with until they are pushed to a point where they themselves say "enough is enough". Everyone knows that Robert Downey Jr had a ruff patch, but he is obviously over that now and in a much better place. Now he is Iron Man, as well as the serious Peter Highman from Due Date. He and his travel buddy Ethan Tremblay (Zach Galifianakis) made that movie one of the funniest I have ever seen in a long while. I do hope you enjoy this tut on drawing tribal Robert Downey Jr.