|Uploaded:||October 27, 2008|
|Updated:||October 27, 2008|
In this next lesson I will be showing you how to draw another tattoo design. I will show you how to draw a Viking tattoo step by step. The reason for my design is because I have been seeing a lot of people recently with the faces of Vikings tattooed on their bodies (mainly on the shoulders and back). The facial expression of a Viking warrior is so taunting and mysterious; I thought that this would be a good opportunity to show you just how easy it is to draw the head of a Viking warrior. You can use this lesson as aids to help you draw the face of a warrior, then add your own body. You don’t necessarily have to use this character face just as a tattoo you know. Many people in the past had requested tutorials on Vikings and I thought that this would be a neat way to fill those request. The Vikings were people that were explorers, warriors, merchants, and pirates who mainly raided and colonized wide areas of Europe. The typical attire for Vikings consisted of a helmet, shield, chainmail shirt, and usually an animal-skin coat as well as different weapons such as spears, axes, swords, and a bow and even knifes. I have been doing a lot of request lately and pretty soon I will stop submitting cool tattoo tutorials because I want to draw bigger and better things. Anyways this tattoo design will help you sketch out your very own Viking even if you chose to draw him as a character. Learning how to draw a Viking tattoo step by step will help you tackle other sketches on dwarf warrior faces as well because they look so similar. The instructions are easy to read and the steps are simple to follow. All you have to do is take your time and you will soon be drawing your very own Viking head too. I will be back with two more drawing lessons so stay tuned kiddies.