Hello, dear readers and artists of our website. In this drawing lesson, we’ll teach you how to draw the MUSKETEER. The term is widely known and used by those in the 16th-17th centuries who were armed with muskets.

Step 1 The first step is to use gentle lines to sketch the body of our musketeer. Then, draw the head in the shape of an oval. From this head, draw a line along the spine. On top of this are the pelvis and thorax. Utilizing thin lines draw legs and arms. Remember that an average-height man has seven or eight heads.

Step 2
In the next stage, we typically draw lines of symmetry on the face to increase the size of the face and this is no different. Draw two lines across the face, and by drawing simple geometric shapes, trace out the figure of the musketeer. Circles for knees and shoulders, the cylinders to support legs and arms.

Step 3
If you’ve done everything correctly and you’ve got a diagrammatically drawn figure. In this stage, we can make the figure more like an actual muketeer. On the right hand, draw a Musket (a weapon for the musketeer we have named) as well as on the left, draw a Swedish feather. We move a bit lower and draw high boots.

Step 4 Let’s get to the specifics. Eliminating all extra lines precisely draw out the hat, using magnificent feathers. The next step is to draw the facial faces of the face with the lines you traced that you made in step one. Don’t forget to draw a stunning hairstyle and a distinctive beard as well as the beard of the Musketeer.

Step 5 We are continuing to add more information to our warlord. We draw clothing with large gloves and folds. Then, draw a musket and a Swedish feather (by the way that it’s an equivalent weapon to a sword as well as a spear).

Step 6
This is the next step of the drawing tutorial on drawing a Musketeer. Eliminating all guidelines that are unnecessary, make long boots with folds and visible parts of pants. Our musketeer is now almost complete and all that is left to do is make shadows.

Step 5
Therefore, we only need to draw shadows. With a simple single-layer or two-layer hatching technique, we apply shadows to the regions where the light fall. To simplify the process of doing this, we draw the lines of shadows. You can then hatch the interior area of the shadow.

It’s not the simplest lesson we have on our website however, it’s not the most difficult also. If you are a fan of drawing warriors, make sure to check out lessons on the Samurai or the Soviet soldier and the knight.

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