In this lesson, I will show you how to draw Terminator. With the help of a simple instruction, you will quickly draw this popular character.
So, now you will learn how to draw Terminator step by step. This is the character of a series of popular science fiction films. The main plot of the film is the confrontation between a soldier and a robot. The film was hugely popular and after its release, posters, stickers and other attributes with the image of the Terminator appeared.
Terminator is a robot with human appearance. Inside it consists of liquid metal, and outside it has the appearance of a formidable, mighty warrior. The evil Terminator brings destruction. This man from the future has excellent eyesight and has great strength and endurance. One of the Terminator’s eyes looks unusual as it is red.
In this tutorial, the Terminator is presented in chibi style and looks quite harmless. The Terminator has a large head, a relatively small torso, and short limbs. Try to depict these features in your drawing.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes
How to Draw Terminator
- Draw the head and torso.
Depict the head in the form of the rounded figure and add the small torso below.
- Add the elements of the face.
Draw two oval-shaped eyes, the small nose and the mouth.
- Depict the rest of the elements of the head.
Draw the eyebrows of the same shape as in the example, and draw two oval ears.
- Sketch out the hair.
With smooth lines, draw the contours of the hair on the head.
- Draw the legs.
At the bottom of the body, draw two legs that are located together.
- Depict the arms.
Using smooth lines, add the arms that fit snugly against the body.
- Add the clothes.
With the help of several lines, draw the short jacket.
- Correct inaccuracies.
Remove any extra lines and correct the mistakes if necessary.
- Color the Terminator.
You will need beige, pink and several shades of gray.
As usual, at the end of the lesson, I prepared a PDF file with a short version of the lesson in advance, in which you will find simplified instructions and additional useful materials necessary for successfully completing the lesson at any time, even if there is no Internet access.