In this drawing lesson, I will show you how to draw Darth Vader. This lesson consists of nine simple steps.
I suggest you complete another exciting task and learn how to draw Darth Vader. In this drawing tutorial, you will work with a very interesting and unusual character. Darth Vader is a film character lead villain of the popular American science fiction franchise Star Wars. First seen in the movie Star Wars, the towering, black-clad Darth Vader is a menacing villain. His head is covered by a mechanical helmet, and the sound of his breathing is an eerie, mechanical hiss.
I’m sure you’ll do a great job with this drawing lesson and learn how to draw Darth Vader. This lesson consists of nine simple steps.
Now let’s start drawing Darth Vader step by step!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 20 minutes
How to Draw Darth Vader
- Draw the outline of Darth Vader’s head and torso.
Draw the head as a large oval. Add the torso below the head, using a curved line.
- Draw Darth Vader’s arms and legs.
To draw these details, use straight and curved lines.
- Add the belt and feet.
Draw some lines as in the picture. Use smooth and simple lines.
- Draw the outline of Darth Vader’s helmet.
The helmet should be a little bigger than Darth Vader’s head.
- Add details.
Draw some elements around the eyes and nose as shown in the picture.
- Draw a grating on Darth Vader’s helmet.
Depict this element as shown in my example. The bottom of the helmet looks like a triangle.
- Outline the Darth Vader cape.
To do this step, use straight and wavy lines in the area of the torso of our Sith.
- Erase the auxiliary lines.
Take an eraser and remove all unnecessary lines from our drawing.
- Color the drawing.
Use black and different shades of grey.
This step-by-step lesson on drawing Darth Vader is complete. I hope you are happy with the result. Don’t forget to download the PDF with the short version of the tutorial. I have prepared this file for your convenience. Thus, you can complete drawing lessons at any time.