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How to Draw Kratos Easy
Step 1. Draw a circle for the head then sketch in the facial guidelines.
Step 2. Kratos is bald character. Draw the shape of the head and face until you have a chiseled appearance. Add some high cheek bones, then you're done.
Step 3. Step three is going to be tackling some of the facials. Draw the shapes of Kratos' ears like so, then draw in the prominent brows. Draw the cone shaped beard and color it in. Kratos has a goatee style beard.
Step 4. Continue to work on the eyes until you have them completed. Sketch out the very broad nose which has flaring nostrils. Add detailing under the eyes, then draw out his mouth and or lips. As you can see Kratos has a very stern look.
Step 5. Here you will first erase the guidelines and mistakes that you made on Kratos' facials. Once that is done sketch in all the detailing and definition on the face which is in the form of scars, wrinkles and crease lines. Draw the very large tattoo mark on his face. The shape resembles a bolt of some sorts. Before you leave this step you will need to finish the beard, then add detailing to the ears.
Step 6. Lastly, sketch out the very thick shape of Kratos' neck, then sketch in the shoulders. You will detail the neck detailing as well as the collar bones. Erase all the rest of the mistakes before you go.
Step 7. The line art should look similar to the finished drawing you see here. If you are satisfied with your work, start coloring him in.
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November 29, 2012Artist: DawnDifficulty:
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