Dear readers welcome to the lesson on how to draw a Troll! A troll is a supernatural creature that originated in Scandinavian mythology. It is a mountain spirit that is associated with a stone. They are often hostile to humans in Scandinavian mythology. In fantasy literature, movies, and games, trolls are often portrayed alongside other monsters such as goblins, dragons, and ogres.
Trolls look very different when viewed from the perspective of human anatomy. They have big heads, long arms, and short legs. Draw an extended head and a spine that has a thorax, arms, legs, and pelvis. All lines in the first step should not be too heavy, as you already know.
Simple geometric shapes can add volume. Draw a broad torso first, then the shoulder with circles and arms using cylinders. Next, draw large hands
With long fingers. As in the example, draw the legs. Don’t forget to draw the lines for the face. This will allow us to draw the details of our faces.
We add details to the face and body of the troll. Trolls can be very evil creatures if you have ever read fantasy books, played fantasy games, or watched movies about them. We need to make their features most horrible. You will see small, evil eyes and a hooked nose. A large mouth is also needed with sharp, but small teeth.
Continue the lesson on drawing a troll. Draw pointed ears. We also give the jaw a longer appearance by drawing a few wrinkles. In the end, draw straight and long hair.
Trolls are strong, but they don’t have beautiful torsos or athletic appearances. We draw a round abdomen, hanging breast, and humpbacked back.
Despite his large torso, the arms of the troll are strong enough (probably because he is a heavyweight powerlifter). We draw the arm muscles.
You can also draw your hands with long nails and fingers.
Trolls almost always appear naked or partially naked. As in the example, we either draw a loincloth for him or a grass skirt. Next, we draw long but strong legs and large feet.
Now it is time to add shadows. This can be done in multiple stages.
Determine the source of light first.
Draw the contours of the shadows.
Apply hatching paint to the shadows.
Our terrible, powerful troll is ready to fight with fearless knights and great wizards. If you enjoyed this lesson and would like to see more such lessons, then please share it with your friends and subscribe to us via social media.