The easy step-by-step drawing instructions below.
Begin by shaping Rick’s head. Sketch out facial guidelines Then proceed to step 2.
Draw the real-life structure of Rick’s face, as well as the hairline. Since Rick has gone through many trials his appearance is more robust than ever before.
The first step is to draw the outline of the eyebrow. The outline should be drawn by using gentle strokes in the shading motion, so you can get an accurate view. Also you can lightly outline the areas of the nose that are near the eyebrows. Next, draw the nose, and begin filling in the mouth.
Start by drawing out the eyeliner to create the look of the shape of the eye. After that, you can add wrinkles or folds on the forehead similar to that. Make sure you complete the outline of the nose. draw further on the lips or mouth until the drawing is exactly like the drawing you saw in the fourth step.
Then , we’ll draw out then fill in contours of his eyes and ears. It is important to note that we will be using many shades and tones to create the lids because Rick (Andrew) is sporting the ‘tired’, thick cap. Make sure to take your time with this, because patience is essential to create an artistic piece of work that is well-structured.
Then , we’ll begin sketching the beard, but gradually. Begin by using a soft dark pencil to draw in the darker areas first. Then, creating each hair section using quick, but strong strokes. Once each hairline is drawn, highlight the length of the line in the direction it is pointing outwards to the hairless parts. Make sure keeping the lines as well as the thicknesses of the hairs diverse instead of a continuous large and thick.
Let’s draw the hair. The new episode of The Walking Dead (Season 3) the hair of the character is more full than it was in Season 2. I believe this is due to the fact that it’s been one year since they quit the farm. Make sure to draw the contours on the outside larger than the middle ones to give a distinct look. It is not advisable to draw excessively thick lines across the drawing, as it could confuse the viewers.
Draw your neckline as well as his collar in order to frame the face. In the beginning, I wanted sketch his whole body and the gun the man was holding, but I’m thinking that’s too challenging for the majority of novice artists. Therefore, I left with a sturdy shoulder and neck.
This is Rick after you’re done. All you need to do is color it or save this drawing as an outline.