how to draw zombie simba, simba from the lion king

How to Draw Zombie Simba, Simba From the Lion King

Step 1.

You will begin drawing the framing and guides for the head. Start with a circle, then draw out the snout. You will then sketch in the facial guide. When that is done you can draw out the profile of zombie Simba's face, Sketch in the nose, and line the lip area with an extra bold stroke. You will now work on the eyes. Draw the brow lining, then sketch out the ripped skin at the corners of the mouth. Draw the teeth as they sit closed on one another. Sketch out the shapes of Simba's ears, then draw the jawline. Notice when you draw out the jaw you will also be sketching the torn flesh which is exposing the muscle lining. Add some detailing to the side of the face, then you're done.

Step 2.

Now for the full body lesson of on zombie Simba. Draw the shape of the body, then connect the two with a neck line. Sketch in the facial guides before you go.

Step 3.

Next, sketch out the shape of Simba's head starting with the top center. Draw out the ears, then work on the cheeks, jawline and chin. Have some of the chin hang from the chin like you see here, then add some of the premature mane fuzz.

Step 4.

Add detailing inside of the ears like so, then draw out the shape of the nose, followed by the top part of the mouth which is the upper lid line. When that is done draw the brows, then you can proceed to step five.

Step 5.

Okay, now you can begin working on the body. Start with the width of the neck, then draw the shoulder blades, chest, and front legs. I love the lion design that Disney created because they are so big like a real lion cub's paw would be.

Step 6.

Now that we have half the body drawn, we will continue with sketching out the back, back legs, and hind feet or paws. Draw in the toe lines which should be lined to looked arched. Sketch in the open flesh that is on the side of the stomach. Make the edges with tears.

Step 7.

You will draw in Simba's tail in this step, Try not to forget that Simba has a tail with a long haired tuft.

Step 8.

Here is where all the magic happens. You will need to take your time as you sketch out all the detailing and definition on Simba's body and face. Sketch in the detailing on the inside of the ears, then tackle the face including the wound on the forehead. Draw in the ripped jaw that is torn to shreds, followed by all the massive injuries that was inflicted on poor Simba when he was attacked by zombies. Add your detailing accordingly and when you're done you can start erasing the mistakes.

Step 9.

Here is what the finished results look like when you are all done. Now you can color him in, then you're done.

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Uploaded: October 10, 2012
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 9
Updated: October 10, 2012
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Okay guys, so I know a lot of you have been waiting all day for the submission of the zombie character I created based on the Disney lion cub, Simba. I received a whole lot of e-mails and requests from other artists asking and making suggestions for new tutorials. A bunch of them asked for "how to draw zombie Simba", step by step. When I started to think about the idea, the more I realized that I could make an awesome drawing of Simba as a zombie. So the task was on. I began the sketch earlier yesterday, I finished the coloring last night, and I tweaked the drawing and coloring today. So here is my finished sketch and colored tutorial on drawing zombie Simba. I do hope this is everything you’d expect Simba to be if he ever turned into a zombie. I had a lot of fun being creative with this tut, and I hope you will too. Adios people!

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