This is a request tutorial for Logan Walker from COD: Ghosts! And I will give you some advice this is a challenge:) so practice makes purrrfect=^.^= anyway I hope you all enjoy this tutorial and hope you all have a magical day!
Start off with an outline:)
P.S. So sorry if you can't see it!:(
Bold the outline in a darker pencil or pen:) either works but if it is your first time doing something like this I'd recommend using a pencil;)
Then lightly shade in around his right eye with a regular pencil:)
And add dimension to his eyeball:)
Then do the same as you did with the right eye, to the left eye:)
Make the left eye way darker(cause the left side of his face is heavily shadowed) and for this I used a black pastel chalk, but if you don't have that a 6B pencil works just as good:)
TIP: use a makeup smudge tool or a Q-Tip dipped in rubbing alcohol to blend it into the paper so it won't smear:)
Now using a brown pencil color his eyes:)
And make lines where there will be shading and I'll tell you why in the next step:D
Now using one of methods listed in step four, smudge the lines you made around the eyes:D
Shade all around the white part of his mask, making sure to shade a little more towards the left:)
Shade outside of the mask a little(we want the left side submerged in the shadows)
Another shadow method I use is if you shave some of the lead from a 6B pencil(or any other really) onto a cotton ball and swirl it around on the paper it will create a shadow effect:D.
P.S. Sorry it's side ways I don't know what's happening
Start shading in his jacket collar:) I'm using a 6B pencil:)
P.S. Again sorry it's side ways:(
Now draw "lightly" lines running vertical, this will be a base for the mask texture we will be doing:D
Then make lines that look almost like a pattern called herringbone, this gives it a knitted effect and will make it look more real:) of course that also is very time consuming so if you wish to just do the light vertical lines it still looks real that way as well:)
Fill the entire white part of the mask with the herringbone pattern:D
Create a smoke effect using the lead cotton ball method listed in the eighth step:) and you're done!!:D
I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and if you have tips on how I can improve on my tutorials please lists your comments below! Thanks!
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