How to Make a Drawing Look Robotic

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You can make a drawing look robotic by focusing on a few key elements. Learn how to make a drawing look robotic with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hey guys, it's Chris here and today, I'm going to show you how to make a drawing look robotic. So, what I'm going to do is, I'm actually going to draw like a robot person. And the way I like to do that, is for head, make it a little bit more of a a square shape. For the neck, maybe you want to make it a little bit more like that, with a couple lines going through. Maybe, for the mouth, you want to give him maybe a little bit more of a, like a flat line kind of look. So, you can do it just like that. For the eyes, you can make them square, you can make them really, however you want. It's kind of up to you, just be as creative as you can. Maybe he has an antenna kind of going off the top there. For his shoulders, I'm going to do two straight lines, a couple straight lines going down the side and a little bit of a rounded line at the bottom. And do another rounded line here. Maybe his arms are kind of like pipes there, maybe he has some claws for hands. And we do the same thing on the other side. And maybe, he's got some metal plates or something, for opening up his chest cavity there. And then, for his legs, I'm going to do the same thing I did for the arms. And just follow that along. And when you're doing lines just like that, you want to make sure that it's they're going all at arcs. Because it's going to show the shape of the, the cylindrical shape of the arms and the legs. So, you're going to keep going along, like that. Maybe for the feet, they're just straight like that. And really, you can just get as creative as you want, with it. Maybe, he's got some ears, and make some lights along the bottom and the top. Alright guys, and that's how you make a drawing look robotic. So, good luck and stay creative, enjoy.


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