How to Draw a Fantasy Warrior

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Drawing a fantasy warrior is a great opportunity to let your imagination run wild. Draw a fantasy warrior with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey, what's up? It's Chris, and today we're going to be learning how to draw a fantasy warrior. Let the fantasy begin. Now the first thing we're going to do is we're going to draw a line across like this and we're going to draw another line down and this one will end here and we're going to make this dome. This is the helmet we're going to come up, we're going to draw this horn, come back down. This horn comes up, it's kind of broken so we're going to draw it with a broken off tip, these little circles here will be the nuts and bolts. This guy has been fighting a lot. Now we're going to come down and draw a nose and there's the eye and there's the other eye, there's his ear and here I'm going to give him some lines and this will be his mustache coming down, mustache, lines on that side, some lines there and here are his shoulders. His shoulders come out here. There's his chest and his armor here, there's his belt, just got to do a square and put some lines in it, bring that down that way, there you go. Here's a muscle, draw some lines on his arms and a gauntlet, a bracelet, draw some circles there, little circles, here's his little fist. There's the other arm, the other bicep and the other gauntlet, put little buttons and here is his little fist. That's his hand. Give him a handle and this is a really scary dagger down here we'll draw some boxes and put lines, a circle and it's a maze. Draw some spikes coming out of that. That's got to hurt. Last but not least, his little pants and his barbarian boots. And that's the other foot, some lines there, some lines there for the six pack of the armor, a little more shading. And there you have it. I'm Chris and this is how you draw a fantasy warrior.


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