How To Draw Colossal Titan Step by Step -

How To Draw Colossal Titan Step by Step

How To Draw Colossal Titan Step by Step

The easy step-by-step drawing instructions below.


Step 1

Like always, let’s start with some guidelines. Make the line of your brow as well as the rest face into a single form. For the lower part of the face highlight the cheekbonesas well as the chin and jawline. Draw a small V to highlight the neck muscles in front. Wrap it around by drawing the remainder of the neck as well as the collarbone.

Step 2
I prefer starting with my eyebrows So let’s start with eyebrows. Take note of how the eyebrow is shaped like an S angle to its side. The more exaggerated you make the shape, the more angry the person will appear. The forehead wrinkles created a look of anger and intimidating.

Step 3
The nose is rather simple. The guy has very thin hair on the body. Therefore, his ears and nose are the only parts that give him the appearance of humans. Nose wrinkles are a sign to the look of anger.

Step 4
You’re looking to draw little eyes to this guy. A little too small. Make sure they are squinting.

Step 5
Then, we sketch an outline for the skull, and the open-faced shapes of the skull, which are around the eyes and on the other side of the head.

Step 6
The guy is oddly has lips, and even lost the majority of his facial skin. The exaggerated gaping smile can help us showcase our teeth in the future. Do him a favor and give him a huge lower lip, since there’s only muscle beneath.

Step 7
In this drawing, we’ll draw the jaw, chin and ear. You can also draw some skin that wraps over the face and hooks that are under the jaw in the area of the mouth’s corner.

Step 8
The most important thing here is the open design in the cheek region. After we’ve completed drawing, we’re able to go into the sketch and add details to the face and head. Make creases on the head to highlight the skull’s form. Make stretching marks onto the skin bands and tendons that connect them.

Step 9
The next step is to add teeth. Teeth of normal people do not look this way. In the movie, characters from Attack on Titan are extremely stylized. Even though some details aren’t exactly correct however, they’re visually appealing and provide a uniqueness to the design. Begin with the upper row. Be sure that your teeth are in alignment between the front and the side faces. We can add some shading around the eyes and then add jaw muscles around the ears.

Step 10
He’s beginning to appear familiar. The lower teeth receding. Create vertical lines along the lower lip and apply a stretchy layer of skin beneath the lip. This is where the leather ends. Make the upper lip appear slightly and create shadows beneath the nose. There is a covering of the cheekbones with muscle that is exposed therefore draw vertical wrinkles to highlight the muscles fibers.

Step 11
Then, draw muscle details in the chin and the side that face. You can also add detail to our ears, and the skin’s ribbon.

Step 12
Then we begin. If you’ve not drawn gums before check your mirror or feel your gums and teeth using your tongue, so that you can imagine what you want to draw. The gums are exaggerated and stylized, however the fundamental shapes are rooted in real life. Make sure to put weight on the lines that are near the skin’s top and bottom bands in order to make shadows.

Step 13
This time we’ll revisit and improve the shadow with small lines of dashed lines.

Step 14
After the head is drawn then I’ll speed up the movement across the neck and the the torso. To get a deeper analysis of how to draw an athletic human body look at my instructional video about How to Draw Muscles. Here , I’ve listed all the main muscle shapes.

Step 15
Although it’s not necessary to draw this level of detail on the muscles… it will function this way when drawing. At this point I’m mostly focused on shadows in the lower regions that are the neck. The left-hand side the trapezoid’s radius appears smaller than the opposite side. It’s the camera angle we’re employing. Make sure you highlight the muscles fibers.

Step 16
You can see that I’ve increased my weight under my jaw and the chin. The fact that the lower and upper dashes too close to give that muscle a reflective and shiny appearance. Block larger muscle segments with a curly curve. Start adding dies, as well as “slashes” to shape the muscles fibers. You can be as exact as you’d like but make sure to be consistent through the entire drawing.

Step 17
Make use of large shadows to illustrate the overall structure of each muscle. The areas that are open and have thin lines get more light than recesses that are located at the ends of muscles. Here’s an example is more of what you DO NOT draw rather than what you do… Do I understand? If you attempt to draw one long line for every muscle fiber, your picture is likely to be messy. The lines will be flat, and will be lost in distinct forms. Additionally the slightest curve will make the effect impossible to create. If you only draw the muscle’s ends as they merge and create shadows, the brain of the viewer immediately fills in image. Therefore, focus only on the texture instead of drawing the entire muscle. It’s a shame I didn’t begun with this.

Step 18
Our shoulders lie closer in comparison to the remainder of our body and even the arms are more close to our bodies in the picture. This means that the lines of muscle fibers will become thicker when they are closer to us. The space between them will be slightly bigger. Take a look at the drawing, adding details in order to make sure that you don’t have “blank” parts of the drawing. You could go over in this direction but try to avoid doing it. If you’re unsure you’re not sure, stop and return to the drawing after one hour to examine the way it appears. If it requires a little more details, then you can include it.

Step 19
Here is my final drawing in ink. This was done digitally drawing from sketches I had drawn in pencil that I then scanned. It is possible to draw using a drawing tablet with the computer. If you’re drawing it on paper it is the perfect opportunity to draw using brushes that are made of Indian black ink. It’s best to use a hairbrush, or something similar. I suggest making use of Bristol paper if you’re planning to be using liquid ink. Paper that is thin can fold and get locked in therefore if you are able to afford the expense of a Bristol you must always have it in your arsenal. It is possible to use a technology pen such as that of the Sakura Pigma Microns to capture the finer aspects of the face, and also to provide a greater amount of shading. That’s great! Thank you for watching this tutorial! If you enjoyed the subject I invite you to check out the other Attack on Titan drawings at Stay up to date for further Titan tutorials on DragoArt. (Meanwhile, Dawn is dealing with human characters. Maybe I can defeat her in the battle against Reiner Braun!)

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