Hello, dear readers! One of the most favorite RPG games of our artists and editors is Gothic. This great game began its way into our hearts back in 2001. The Unnamed Hero is sent for a magical barrier, where he has to deliver a letter to the Fire Mages. Ahead of us the Old Camp and New Camp, hordes of orcs and skeletons, swords and magic, worst enemies and swore friends. So let’s start the lesson on how to draw the Unnamed Hero from Gothic.
At first draw the skeleton of the Hero. Sketch out the head in the shape of an oval. Then sketch out the spine, shoulders, arms and legs using simple lines. This step should be drawn using very ligh lines.
Draw the intersecting lines on the face. Add volume to the body. Draw the torso and pelvis. Using circles draw the shoulders and knees. Using cylinders draw the arms and legs. Sketch out the outlines of the sword.
Let’s add some general details. Sketch out the outlines of the helmet and raised visor. Then using very general lines sketch out the elements of the armor. By the way, if you want to learn more about armor, visit the lesson on how to draw an armor.
Draw out the lines of the helmet and visor. Thoroughly draw out the lines of the face. Sketch out the chainmail at the side of the head. Erase all unnecessary guides from the head.
Draw out the armor on the torso. Draw the lines and patterns on the chest. By the way, in the Gothic this armor called Paladin’s Armor.
Erase all guides from the torso and arms. Draw out the lines armor on the arms of our Unnamed Hero. Draw all plates and rivets as in our example. Draw out the sword.
Do the same actions with the lower part of the body of the Unnamed knight. That is erase all unnecessary guidelines and draw out the lines of the armor on the pelvis and legs.
This is very short and simple step. But in this step we want to show you how to draw chainmail easy. You just need to use cross hatching considering all the curves.
Add some shadows and glare to our Unnamed knight in shining armor.
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