How to Draw a Zombie Warrior

Hello, everybody! Today’s article will return to fantasy. Today we’ll show you how to draw a zombie fighter. These zombie warriors are often found in fantasy books, action movies, and RPG games.

Step 1
First, we decide on the pose for the zombie. Our zombie is slightly bent. He will have a sword and a shield in his future hands. Start at the top – sketch the head first, then the spine, chest, and limbs.

Step 2
The body will be volume. Next, draw the parts of your body using simple geometric shapes. Sketch the scimitar sword

Shield. Make sure to draw the lines for facial symmetry.

Step 3
This step is not with the helmet or face of a zombie warrior, but with the head. The main, or. The helmet’s upper portion. Draw the nose protection as well as ear protection. Draw the eyes and mouth in this step. Our zombie looks very dark and gloomy.

Step 4
We continue to draw the head of the Zombies. Remove the guides. Draw the lines for the helmet and the face. Draw some wrinkles on the face and the teeth. You can also draw wounds and other details on your face.

Step 5
This step will finish the drawing of the head and face of the zombie warrior. Draw the rivets for the helmet. You can add some scratches or dents. Cross-hatching is used to attach chainmail to the area around the chin.

Step 6
We are in the middle of the lesson on how you can draw a zombie warrior. In the shoulder area, add armor. Everything from the shield should be erased. Draw the boots and gloves. Draw torn chainmail around the pelvis. Remember that you can also draw other clothing or armor.

Step 7
Now we can draw the torso for a zombie warrior. Remove the shield and torso guidelines. The lines of armor on your torso or shield should be drawn. Add details to the shield such as rivets and rims. You can add scratches or dents to the shield and armor.

Step 8
This is where we draw the visible arm for our character. Draw the arm. You can add some folds to your glove. With your fingers, draw the hand. You can add some cleavages or scratches to the blade.

Step 9
Here are the legs of our terrible and ancient warrior. Draw the lines in the example by deleting the guides. Draw the lines for the muscles. You can also make scratches or wounds on the legs. You can also add a knife to the legs or an Arrow, as shown in our example.

Step 10
As always, the final step is to add shadows. The edges of the shadows should be drawn first, and then the shadows can be created using hatching. A piece of crumpled newspaper can be used to soften the shadow. You can add details to the drawing that aren’t shown. You can hang on the belt a military bag and a Warhammer.

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