How to Draw Darth Vader
Hello! Today we will tell you how to draw Darth Vader. We already drew this character but it was Anakin Skyoker without armor and mantle. Today we will try to draw something into which this confused and deceived guy has turned.
Firstly we will draw a stickman of our evil lord. You can pay attention to the slight bias of the rounded figures of the chest and pelvis. The rest is an ordinary male figure of medium height (about 7 head lengths). As in all male figures, the chest here is much wider than the pelvis.
Now let’s create the silhouette of Darth Vader. We connect the head and chest, and then the chest and pelvis. After that, we circle the arms and legs with the help of long elongated cylinders. Feet and fists look like angular large asymmetrical figures. At the end of the step, we outline a pair of intersecting lines to outline the contours of the helmet.
This looks like the second step from the Anakin Skywalker drawing tutorial.
In this step we will draw the contours of the special signs of Darth Vader. Firstly, we outline the contours of the helmet. It looks like a small arc that is located behind his head. In the area of the horizontal line of the face, we depict a pair of circles. After that, we outline the contours of the mantle and the long blade of the lightsaber.
These mask contours are familiar to every person in the world. In this step, we will draw an inverted triangle in the area of the mouth and a small adjacent triangle that is directed towards the chin. Under the eyes we place the prototype of the cheeks in the form of a pair of strokes. Draw the top edge of the helmet.
As you know, Darth Vader is an ugly mixture of human and robot. This Sith is literally chained to metal and soldered to metal. In this step we will draw elements of his armor without which he will not be able to breathe and live. This is a large panel on the chest and a small part of the armor that covers it.
This will be a small step. Here we outline the buttons on the block from the previous step. We will also depict a buckle and two similar blocks that are located on the belt.
We are already approaching the finals. In this small step, we outline the longitudinal lines on the limbs. We will also outline the contours of the fingers on the fists.
In this step, we remove the excess guide lines from the previous steps, and also search for errors and inaccuracies. We fix all the shortcomings and move on to the final step.
Now we only need to apply light shadows. This is a light single-layer hatching that is located on the inside of the helmet and on the lateral part of the body.
this is a really well done drawing i like how you put the shading in so it looks like the sun is facing him