Wednesday, November 5, 2014

How To Draw A Space Soldier Worksheet, Free and Printable

The free worksheet at the bottom of this post may be printed by highlighting it and sending it to your printer or saving to your device to be printed later. If you have problems see the how to print tab for some suggestions.

This worksheet will help the young artist gain confidence in drawing a basic figure. There are more than one way to draw a space soldier this gives an easy approach that many young artists can work with. If the project does not work out perfect do not give up, keep trying learning to draw takes practice so draw every day and soon you will be making beautiful pictures. I have a lot of projects so come back often and try another.

Good Luck.

How To Draw A Space Soldier Worksheet. 

CLICK HERE for a file in photo format that may work better on some printers.

Start with a stick figure that is articulated at the joints like elbows and knees. At this point, we are just trying to get the pose.

After you are happy with the pose then fill out the body with lines around the stick figure. Imagine the stick figure is a skeleton and the lines around it are the muscle.

To come up with a unique and original suit that is both space suit and armor scribble all over the drawing you have made so far. It is like you are trying to ruin the drawing. Look at the scribbles, then choose the lines that you like. Go over these favorite lines and work them into the suit of space armor.

Erase the extra lines.

Use random shapes to design a weapon.
Use shadow technique to give roundness.
Use thin jagged lines for the distant scene.
Use short choppy strokes for the foreground.

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