We are fascinated by the myths associated with the past of Greece and Rome and on you can find a variety of lessons that cover this fascinating topic. Today, in the continuing myths from antiquity, we’ll teach ways to draw Themis. In ancient Greek mythology, it was the Goddess of Justice Titanide who was the Second spouse of Zeus.


Step 1

We begin by drawing the standard female figure. You will notice the increase that is the total lengths for the heads of each. Another significant feature is the pelvis’s width and narrow shoulders.




Step 2

In the beginning, begin by drawing two lines within the contour of the face. This will assist us in drawing the facial details. Then is drawing the neck in the shape of a rather large cylinder. Following that, you draw the torso which narrows towards the waist and increases to the hips.

Utilizing simple geometric shapes, we draw the lines of the arms and legs. This is a crucial step to add some bulk to the silhouette of this imposing woman.



Step 3.

We sketched the outline of Themis then let’s transform it into an actual woman. The first step is to sketch out the outline of the features on the face. We also sketch out the blindfold along with the hair’s long length. Then, we go further down and draw out the libra, sword as well as outline of the fabric. We keep in mind that in the first three stages of this lesson, we employed very light lines but from the next step, we’ll employ dark lines.



Step 4

Then we can start drawing the final details with the contrast of dark lines. We begin with the face. The first step is to carefully draw out the fabric on the nose, eyes, and lips that are plump. Then, we draw the facial contours. By using wavy lines, we make long and large hairstyles. When we have completed the process, take out any unnecessary guidance off the head and face.



Step 5

It’s time to draw your character’s body. With curved lines, carefully draw breasts, the contours of the lower thorax, and folds of the abdominal tissues. Remove all guidelines that are unnecessary and trace lines of clothing across the torso. Take note of the body’s contours underneath the clothing.



Step 6

In this stage, we sketch the most difficult area of the body. The palms are the most difficult part of the body. It’s much simpler to learn on drawing palms and fists. Straight lines are used in order to create a sword or scales.



Step 7

The easiest part of the course on drawing Themis. In this step, we’ll have to draw the upper portion of the feet and legs. In addition, we need to draw all the required folds and remove any unnecessary instructions from these body parts.



Step 8

The Themis is drawing itself, and all we need to do is make it larger and more real. In order to do this, we draw shadows using the traditional hatching technique. As you can see, in this example the hatching is located in the darkest areas of the body, which are, areas where light doesn’t fall.


We would love to see you are as passionate about ancient art. We believe that the renaissance and antiquity are major time periods in the history of humanity that created the present world that we are now. If you’re a lover of antiquity, don’t forget to post about it in the comment section. We’re waiting to hear from you!

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