Now you will learn how to draw a villain step by step. I promise that an exciting creative activity awaits you ahead.
I suggest you complete a simple and interesting lesson in which you will learn how to draw a villain step by step. Drawing negative characters is just as fascinating as drawing any good characters. This will be great training for you and in the future you can easily portray any villain if necessary.
As an example, I decided to choose a popular character called the Joker. The Joker is a crazy super villain and serial killer, whose appearance is stylized as a clown. The Joker has an unusual appearance, his hair is green. As a weapon, the Joker uses items that are stylized as clown props. In this tutorial, the Joker is presented in chibi style and has features that are characteristic of this style.
The Joker has a large head, expressive facial features, a small torso, and short limbs. The Joker’s face is disfigured and there are long scars near the mouth. Try to correctly portray the emotion on the face of the Joker.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw a Villain
- Draw the bottom of the face.
With the help of a curved line, depict the lower outline of the face and draw the ear on the side.
- Add facial features.
Draw the eyes, mouth, and scars that go from the corners of the mouth towards the cheeks.
- Detail the eyes and draw the hair.
Depict dark areas around the eyes and use curved lines to depict lush short hair.
- Start drawing the torso.
Depict the long cloak and depict the arms that are bent at the elbow joints.
- Draw other parts of the costume.
Sketch out the shirt, vest and tie under the raincoat.
- Depict the legs.
One leg is slightly bent at the knee, the other leg is straight.
- Draw one hand.
In one hand, he holds the small, sharp object. Try to correctly depict the position of the fingers.
- Sketch out the second hand.
Draw the second hand and add a small object that has a rectangular shape.
- Color the drawing.
For coloring, you will need gray, green and different shades of purple.
I want to remind you that especially for your convenience, I prepared a PDF file in advance, which contains a brief instruction and additional useful content. Save the file so you can return to the lesson at any time and replay it if necessary.