In this lesson, I will show you how to draw Voldemort. With the help of an instruction, you will learn how to draw a famous character.
I decided to dedicate this drawing lesson to one of the characters in the Harry Potter series of books and films, and now you will learn how to draw Voldemort. Voldemort is a dark wizard who has tremendous magical power, owns various black magic techniques and knows many spells. Voldemort has a high intelligence and this wizard is able to fly. The Voldemort has a very unpleasant appearance, he has light gray skin, no hair, and two small holes instead of a nose.
In this tutorial, Voldemort is depicted in chibi style, here he is not scary at all and even looks a little funny. You can see that the character has a large head, a small torso and short limbs. Voldemort holds a magic cane in one hand.
Carefully follow all the drawing steps and use small tips. Try to end up with your character easily recognizable. Grab your art supplies and get started with this fun tutorial.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Voldemort
- Draw the head.
The head has a rounded shape, while the lower part is flatter. Draw the eyes at the bottom.
- Add the rest of the elements of the head.
Draw the small ears, nasal openings, lower eyelids, mouth, forehead crease.
- Depict the torso.
With the help of straight lines, depict the torso, which has the shape of a trapezoid.
- Sketch out the hands.
Add the small hands in the same position as in the example.
- Draw the magic cane and hand.
Depict the long cane, which consists of two elements. Draw a rounded line for the hand.
- Depict the legs.
At the bottom of the torso, add two wide, short legs.
- Sketch out the books.
With the help of straight lines, depict two books on which Voldemort is standing.
- Add the small round vessel.
Draw the round vessel near the books and add the short legs below.
- Color the drawing.
You will need several shades of gray, as well as beige, green, and purple.
Now you have completed all the steps in this instruction, and it’s time to evaluate the result of the work. If you were careful at every stage of drawing, then you should get a great drawing. Write in the comments your impressions of this lesson. Finally, I suggest you download a short version of the lesson as a PDF file. Thus, the lesson will be available to you at any time, regardless of the presence of an Internet connection.
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