Hello! We decided to dedicate today’s drawing lesson to the brutal Scandinavian warrior, the Viking. The Vikings were sea warriors from the early Middle Ages who raided rich ships and coastal settlements.

Let’s get started and learn how to draw a Viking comics style.

Step 1
As with all lessons on drawing, this lesson is dedicated to the human figure in full growth. We’ll begin with a stickman. Stickman is a man made up of circles and sticks. These are used to denote basic proportions, pose, and position of the character on paper. The static posture of our Viking, with his tall and statured figure, allows us to apply basic proportions for male figures.

The average person’s growth is equal to the summation of seven heads or seven heads and a quarter.
The sum of the four heads is equal to the length of the legs;
The arms should reach about mid-thigh when the arms are lowered.
The lines of facial symmetry are drawn in the same step.

Step 2
Although the human body is a complex system, we will describe it schematically using simple geometric shapes. First, draw lines across the face. These lines will indicate the positions of the helmet’s horns. Later, lines will be converted into the nose or mouth.

The neck is a cylinder that serves as a support for the head. Draw big circles at the top of your arms – these will be the deltoid muscles in the shoulders. Next, draw the arms using cylinders and outline the fist using a pentagonal figure. Next, draw the torso using a large, tapering-down cylinder. Draw the belt and groin using a triangle and rectangle. Remember that your legs taper from the waist to the knee when drawing them. The feet are drawn at the end of the stage.

Step 3
When drawing the final character, draw some details that will be helpful in the future. Draw the outline of the horns using lines that you have already drawn. Next, draw lines for the helmet. It should be slightly higher than the eyeliner. Define the contours of hair that fell above shoulders and go below.

Short sleeves are drawn. The upper portion of the glove is denoted by rectangles. We draw a belt line and outline the lapels of our boots. They are located in the middle of the lower limb.

Step 4
Let’s now draw the details for the helmet and horns. Draw a long strip that runs from the top to the nose. Draw frowning and curved eyebrows. From the beginning, draw the eyes using the lines drawn on the face. Don’t forget the pupils! This shows the direction of your view. Draw the wrinkles around your eyes using a few curved lines. The eyebrows of the warrior should be at the upper edge of your ear. The lower edge of your ear should be at the tip of your nose. Draw the earring. Draw a mustache that hangs below your chin.

Step 5
Work completed on the helmet – Draw patterns on the helmet’s horns, in the form of transverse lines. These lines should be drawn at the beginning and middle of each horn. The rivets should be drawn on the helmet line that covers the nose.

The same step is used to draw the hair.

We also outline the shape of the chest and throat muscles. Draw the top edge of Viking’s torn shirt using an uneven line.

Step 6
Let’s now work on the right arm for Viking. Draw the sleeves using the markings made in the previous steps. Draw the contours for the triceps and biceps. As in the example, draw the lines of the muscles. Circle the entire contour of the arms. Draw the patterns for the shoulders and gloves. You can add some folds around the wrist and armpit.

Step 7
Mark the contours of your body and remove any extra guidelines. The shirt’s outer contours are slightly wavy, while the belt’s outer contours are nearly flat. Draw a seam in the middle of your torso. Five horizontal lines should be drawn at the shirt’s center. They will indicate folds of fabric. Draw the outline of the left arm. Do not forget to draw the projected portion of the gloves.

Step 8
Continue drawing the lesson on how you can draw a comic Viking. Draw the right leg. You can fold the groin. These folds aren’t very large and look almost like horizontal lines. Draw the line of the leg. Draw the boot.
The boot’s upper edge has an uneven and torn look. Add some folds to the area of the ankle by drawing the fabric strips below the boot flap. Move on to the next step.

Step 9
This is the final step in our tutorial on drawing a comics Viking. This is the second step. This leg is slightly angled to the side. We will circle the leg lines and erase the guidelines as in the previous step. Draw the seam that runs from the groin to the area below the knee by folding the folds. As in the previous step, draw the lines for the sole. prepared this drawing lesson. If this lesson is too complicated for you, check out the lesson How to Draw an Ogre.

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