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How to Draw Winston Churchill, Winston Churchill

Artist: Dawn / March 20, 2013
How to Draw Winston Churchill, Winston Churchill

Step 1.

You will draw a large shape for the head, then draw in the shoulders as well as the facial guidelines.

Step 2.

You will then sketch out the shape or structure of Winston's face and notice how the lining is loose with a double chin. Draw in the ear, then sketch in some of the hair.

Step 3.

All is well which means you are doing great. You will tackle the task of drawing out his old tired eyes. Using the facial guidelines all you have to do is sketch out the shapes of his eyes, then draw in the bags or wrinkles that are under each eye. S   

Step 4.

This is when Winston starts to look like Winston. Sketch out the shape of his nose, followed by the mouth or lips, then the frown lines that come from the side of each nostril.

Step 5.

Sketch in the rest of this thinning hairstyle, then draw the forehead wrinkles, as well as the indents on the sides of his head. Add wrinkling or loose skin on his neck too.

Step 6.

Lastly, draw in his shoulders then draw the shirt collar and bow tie. You will need to add detailing to his bow tie before you start erasing your mistakes.

Step 7.

Here is Winston Churchill when you are finished. Now you can choose to leave this public figure as a sketch, or color him in.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 20, 2013
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Description: I know this next lesson is not going to be on a figure that you will be excited to draw, but at least itโ€™s on someone that is part of world history. Up next we will be tackling the task of drawing Winston Churchill, step by step. But who is Winston Churchill? Is he a politician, writer, author, I mean what is he known for? The answer to those questions is all of the above. Winston Churchill was born in 1874 and he died in 1965. He was the Prime Minister of Britain during WWII, as well as the First Lord of the Admiralty in 1940. He reigned as Prime Minister from 1940 to 1945, then again during the years of 1951 to 1955. He was also a writer, a statesman, and even a soldier for the British army. Even though Winston Churchill was so many things, his livelihood came from the royalties of his book sales as well as articles that he wrote for magazines. He won the Nobel Literature Prize in 1953, and since then he has been a figure that one has heard of at some point in their lives. This lesson on how to draw Winston Churchill may look boring, but it will come in handy one day when you have to do a paper on this public figure. Have an awesome time with this tut folks, and remember to leave some feedback. Peace people!