The basic step-by step drawing guide that follows
Let’s begin with creating the Predator. Let’s begin with these steps. This is the form of the head with none of those tentacles.
Lighten your guide lines. After that, we’ll begin drawing the helmet of the Predator. I like starting with an L-shape to draw the eyebrows. Then, the lower portion of the face is a big box. The front slopes upwards as if it were a bowl.
Draw a square to represent the eyes. It’s like a pair of sunglasses. Draw the contours of your forehead.
Draw the cheekbones as well as how much slope is in the cheeks. Draw the reverse of the helmet’s upper part.
Fill the lines of the back in the jaw. Add a few dashes to outline the front of the jawbone. Above the eye, you can apply a thin line to provide some more detail and outline the laser’s location. It’s a tiny circular shape. It pointed straight to the object the person was watching.
In this section, we’ll add the eye’s lens, and also add a gradient to the face area. You can also add additional details to the laser site.
We will now begin with the flesh on his forehead. The jutting edge behind the helmet is the place the fear originates. Make inward curves the base for every tendon.
Make use of long lines that are curved to draw the main dreadlocks.
Utilizing the same shape apply the same shape to fill in the hair in the area around the spills. Vary the length, the thickness and curvature of your hair in order to make it appear more natural. The jaw teeth are thin and curly back above the rest of your hair.
Create small curves in the scarecrow in order to make “beads” as proof of the success of hunts. The armor plates for the Predator are in a sort of trio design, so you can use this type of crustacean for the shoulder pads.
We can now outline the rest of the torso as well as the neck.
This is where we could provide additional details. For the chest and back make sure to repeat the curves to keep that trilobite appearance of the body armor.
The next step is to draw our head for the Xenomorph Alien. Start by following these steps. There’s a lot happening in this tutorial and you should be patient and get the proper ratio.
Lighten your guide lines. Begin by drawing the front shell, which rests over the lower “face”. There are wrinkles all over the upper lip.
Draw the jaw’s diagonals muscles and then outline them with some curves. Then draw the upper gums and teeth. In the forehead region we will draw irregular curves that indicate the slopes inward. Be aware of the line’s thickness. The lines that are thicker suggest shadows. When taken together these curves create a bony appearance.
Draw the jaw’s lower line and draw the other teeth. The tough portion is drawing the muscles in the jaw.
To begin this process, start by drawing a central line running along the face. Then draw the shoulder’s “girdle.” Then we can draw the organ to the left of the head, as well as that great neck muscle beneath. Utilize small, alternating curvatures to make the contour in this sketch.
Draw lines across all of those neck muscles in order to create a kind electric cable. Continue by drawing the neck’s front and back muscles. Take note of the thin and thick lines that are used in this. We’d like to create shadows whenever we can, to indicate that these forms have been created on a separate surface as opposed to the surface.
We’ll begin by in defining the regions that lie between neck muscles. We’ll again employ thin and thick lines to give more depth and flesh for the neck. Then we can draw from the top of the shoulder.
Create tiny, blob-like shadows in order to create holes or pits around the curve of the neck’s interior. The slightly longer rectangle shadows that are drawn on the neck muscles offer some reflection and add a little more depth to the shape. The agency mentioned above receives lots of attention. Each of these forms is just a loose rectangle. I altered the line’s weight and divided the lines to give them an organic look. The lines are more thick toward the uppermost. You must imagine them in your mind as you move your fingers down. If you can visualize touching something, it’s easy to draw it and imagine the scene.
To create on the face’s top, we mostly repeat the head’s shape on the front of the face. As we progress towards the back part of our head, these patterns become stretched. They also get smoother so that we get an oval-shaped bulb at the final. The armor plates at the bottom that make up the skull are also elongated.
We can now create”the “girdle” on the opposite shoulder. I’m not sure what it is. A bone? A tube? I don’t know. The neck’s back is where the power cable looks into it. The segments are rectangular with lines smaller at the center. In addition we can also add forms that resemble the open valve of the heart. Thicker to thicker with the largest on the bottom. Create small creases the gaps that are between armors on one sides and the back of the head.
We will now shape the major ridges and pits of those armored walls. Thick-to-thin again. The thickest areas of the lines exhibit the biggest distinction in the surfaces. Consider circles as eye sockets with bony ridges in your eyes.
Include a few smaller elements on the top. There’s plenty of texture that can be added to the jaw line. From thin to thick. Deep wrinkles begin at the jawline’s base gradually becoming more shallow to the lower chin. This can be achieved by drawing the mouth’s secondary by drawing a shadow of a large size in the upper area.
Then here’s your finished line art. It was necessary to cut the images to make the lines to be a good fit. It’s a very intense couple. I hope you are enjoying working with me. I’d like to explore new Predator or Alien styles in the near future and keep this in your thoughts. Thank you for watching!