Hello! The current draw lesson will be dedicated to the warrior of old among the greatest free and free people during the turbulent period of the Middle Ages and modern times.

Our guest today and his fellow citizens are united in communities and groups the leaders of which were chosen at the meeting in which every vote is considered. Everyone knows that we were speaking of the Cossacks. Let’s find out the art of drawing the image of a Cossack formidable warrior!

Step 1
Similar to other drawing classes, we begin with a stickman. A man composed of circles and sticks and circles is drawn to show the position of the figure in relation to its proportions as well as the location of the figure on paper. In the details of the drawing, we notice that the body is hefty and his size is somewhat small. The ideal man’s height, as per the drawing manuals, is equal to the sum of the lengths of seven heads. However, here growth is less, at around six heads. A different rule for proportions: arms extend to around the middle distance from mid-section to knee. Be aware of the curvature of the spine. This is what makes the figure magnificent and stunning.

Step 2
In this stage, we increase the volume of this cossack’s physique. Create a horizontal line in the face’s symmetry that will split the body into two equally sized parts (though it should be slightly moved to the left according to the direction of the face). It should cross three lines. The top line indicates how the eye is situated. Then, below it, are the shorter lines that indicate the location of the mouth and nose.

Let’s begin to work on the body of the cossack. Draw out the torso in the form of a large cylindrical, and the arm is shaped like the elongated cylindrical shapes. Draw out the legs, wearing pants and broad pants. Don’t forget to sketch out your hands.

Stick, feet, and feet.

Step 3
With the markup you created from prior steps, draw the most prominent characteristics on the face. Heads of the Cossack must be slightly elevated since this warrior is impressed and proud, most likely someone close to the chieftain. Draw the eyes using almond-shaped designs. Over the eyes draw the eyebrows using curving dark lines. Utilizing the vertical line drawn in the previous step draw the nose. Draw the hanging mustache as well as the hair tuft on the shaved hair of his head.

Step 4
Draw the face. The wrinkles will appear as short and slightly curving horizontal lines. They’re usually located on the forehead and underneath your lower lids. A small number of wrinkles are located at the temple. Draw the nostrils of the big nose, draw the cheekbones’ line and apply facial hair which is depicted by a pigtail as well as an extended mustache. In both cases, hair is to be drawn in the direction from the root to the ends.

Step 5
Mark the body on the Cossack. Draw the sketches of silhouettes for the fur cape’s on the shoulder of the Cossack It must be made up that is composed of two shapes, namely the rectangle on the left side from us and a triangle to our right. Be aware of the shape of the figures. They seem to be sloping, similar to falling from the head downwards towards the shoulders. Make the line of the unbuttoned upper clothing, similar to our illustration. With a few lines, sketch the outline of the belt as well as the weapon with a barrel that was very long This is exactly the type of the first gun. This isn’t like the gun that was short of Nick Fury.

Step 6
Continue our drawing lessons on drawing the Cossack. Include details on the clothing and weapons we’ve drawn in the earlier step. Draw crude, “furry” edges of the cape as shown in our illustration. Additionally, draw small buttons in the vertical rows. In the middle of the body, outline folds that appear like lines that are slightly curled. The lines of the left side of the cossack and add the horizontal folds with differences in size and intensity. Don’t forget to erase the lines. Complete this stage with an image of a weapon from the past and hang it with a loosely tied belt.

Step 7
We will work using our right hand of the cossack. Similar to prior steps remove additional guidelines, draw the outline of sleeves and trace the folds. Be aware that the folds create shapes of the sleeve uneven. It was difficult to see the hand when we did the previous step, as it was concealed in his belt. But now we see it lying on a strong staff. Draw the phalanx across every finger and then make a nail on the thumb.

Step 8
This is the stage where we will add more specifics to the left leg of the cossack. This is not the, however, it is a traditional wide-legged pant. The pants are actually quite large (as in the character from previous lessons – drawing Samurai) or even baggy which means joints and muscles should be drawn, however, folds should be drawn exactly as they should. Just below the belt, draw the pocket like in our example. Include a button and a few pockets to the pocket. Then, for trousers – trace the contours of your trousers and remove the lines that are not needed. With long vertical lines, trace the folds of trousers. Drawing the visible portion inside the boots, make marks on all folds of leather, both inside (a few oblique lines others similar to icons like the check mark) as well as external (they create the outer shape of the boot, making the boot appear uneven).

Step 9
The next step is to move to the left side of the cossack. The next step is to be completed similarly to the one before. Like the previous step erase the lines on the other side and then circle the waistline. By drawing long vertical lines, you can draw the folds as that of the earlier step. In this particular step, we are drawing a lengthy sword referred to as Shashka (that is quite like the Scimitar). Be aware that the shashka needs to be quite long and slightly curled. Draw the boot like in the previous step then move on to the final step.

Step 10
The drawing is nearly completed, all that is left is to draw the shadow. They’re very light. To create shadows like in our case, employ light hatching. First, identify the source of light after which you apply shadows to the areas where light doesn’t pass through. In areas where the shadow is thin, you can apply an additional layer of shading laid in a cross-wise fashion.

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