Thursday, June 14, 2012

How To Draw The Dark Wizard Drawing Lesson

This free printable drawing worksheet, How To Draw The Dark Wizard, is how to draw a man's face in a hood, it could be a monk or prince if you like. This is a simple and easy face to draw since the chin is covered with the beard and the ears are hidden under the hood.

FIRST, A WORD OF ENCOURAGEMENT; If your drawings do not turn out the way you want do not give up learning to draw takes practice so draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. Come back often and try a few projects for ideas.

A worksheet on how to draw a face of a man wearing a hood.
How to Draw The Face Of The Dark Wizard Worksheet.
To print just highlight and send to your printer or save to your device to print later. Some software works better if you drag the image to your desktop and print from there. If you have problems see the how to print tab above.

Draw the basic shape of the head as an oval. Don't draw the hood yet, save that for later. Draw two guidelines; one vertical and one across the face dividing it in half each way. Draw the eyes on the half way mark going across keeping the eyes evenly spaced from the vertical guideline. His eyes are curved on top and flat on the bottom. Put the shiny spot in the eye before you shade it in or color it.

The nose is half way down from the eyes. The nose is shaped like the letter "u" with two curved marks on each side.  Shadow only one side of the nose.

The mouth is halfway down from the nose.  The lower lip is like two ovals together. The top is covered with the mustache. Shade the bottom of the lower lip.

The tops of the ears are as high as the eyes and the bottom is as low as the bottom of the nose. The ears are in the shadow of the hood, so don't worry too much about them.

The neck starts down at the ears, keep most of it in shadow.

Take your time with the eyebrows and the beard. The hair in the eyebrows go in three different directions, it starts up at the by the nose then tilt over some half way across and the last part points toward the ear.When you do the beard keep the jaw looking hard and square.

Draw the hood last.

Put in a lot of shadows in the face. keep the beard and the eyes dark.
I could have done more with the hood it is supposed to be heavy black canvas material and has heavy thick folds in it.

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