How to Draw King Tut

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King Tut is commonly depicted in a very specific way that you'll have to capture in your work. Learn how to draw King Tut with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi. I'm Al Krakosky and I'm an artist. Today, I'm going to show you how to draw King Tut. Going to start off with half an oval, and do a slight curve, from the top here. And then come down and curve to a little bit of a point for the chin. Next step, draw a light line down the center. I'm going to do light dots. You could also do that if it's easier, to help place the eyes and nose in the center of the face. Really quick, we'll erase a little bit on both sides, and we'll place the ears, curve out and down, a slight curve on the bottom. Same thing on this side. For the eyes, dark outlined eyes. The same thing over here, like that. Dark circles in the inside, and the nose just come down a little bit, follow up top. Right beneath the nose, draw his little lips, two curves, big curve on the bottom. And above the eyes, long eyebrows. And then you can go back and erase the line or dots you put in to help place th eyes, nose and mouth. They are no longer needed. You can also clean up the lines that you drew for the face, a little bit. I'm going to go up to the top here and draw a curved line right underneath this curve and start to draw the headdress. So, we're going to do a little bit of a triangle up here, come to a curved point up top, and then down. Come down at an angle, curve in a bit on both sides. It's almost like a cobra. That's what it's going to end up looking like, a little bit of a cobra. And come down a bit, curve and connect all the way with a straight line. So, that's the shape of the headdress. On top here, right on the forehead, there'd be a cobra sticking out a little bit, something like that. Color this part in a little bit. And then for the chin, there's a chin piece that sticks out. For the texture, we're just going to put some xs in there, all the way down. And lastly, throughout the whole headdress, there are blue stripes across the whole thing. So, it would be blue and the rest of it would be gold. Put in the same thing for the rest of it. And then one more step, I'm going to fill in the bottom here with some curved lines going up. Then you can go back in and add some details, some shading and then you are done. That is how you draw King Tut. Thank you fore watching and keep on drawing.

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