New drawing lesson on how to draw MegaMan already here. As you know, this is the hero of old school video games and anime.
We outline the basic proportions and posture. Head slightly wider and slightly shorter than the body, although these two figures are similar in shape. Note that the head should slightly overlap the body. The arm that closer to us should look shorter than the back arm.
Carefully draw out the arms like in our example (yes, it should be drawn very carefully) and draw out rounded contours. Please note that the front arm should not have fingers, there will be a weapon.
It would seem that the character looks pretty simple, but there’s a lot of dangerous moments. So let’s draw the legs. Thighs about the same size that the upper arms but the lower parts of legs are much bigger.
Well here we’ve got something similar to the Mega Man. Now let’s work with the head. Sketch out a simple, but very important lines on the face. These two lines divide the face into four parts. Also draw out the outlines of the helmet.
Continue drawing lesson on MegaMan. Draw out the contours of the helmet. At the sides of the helmet draw the headphones. At the center of the helmet draw square elements.
Draw out the eyes. An important detail of the eyes – they are large, elongated vertically (as in general almost in any anime), and take up almost all the space between the upper edge of the helmet and the front horizontal line. Pupils are very close to each other.
If you have finished the face then you should get something like we have. Here, in general, everything is very simple. And erase all guidelines from the head.
Draw out the lines of the drawing. Draw out the weapon as in our example. As you remember, this gun has a different kind of charge. By the way if you want to draw usual weapon visit the lesson on how to draw a gun.
The shadows here is alos are quite simple. Light falls on our left, it means that you need to shade the parts on the right. We must first draw the contours of the shadows and then add hathcing inside the contours.
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