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How To Draw Seth Rogen, Seth Rogen
Step 1. To draw Seth Rogen, we should first sketch out some basic construction lines. Use a 2H or harder pencil and sketch very lightly so that the lines are easy to erase later on after we ink. Sketch the basic oval shape of the head, neck, and upper shoulders. He will be looking almost directly at us. Be sure to draw crisscross construction lines for the center of the face, the eyes, nose, and mouth.
Step 2. Start with the eyes first. Be sure they rest evenly on the center construction line. Eyes are roughly one eye width apart from one another, and should be almond shaped. Draw his eyes open wide so that we can clearly see the entire pupil and iris of both eyes. Draw fine lines in the iris of each eye, bursting outwards from behind the pupil. Fill in the pupils with black, but leave a small white dot near the top of each. Be certain to draw the pupils looking directly at us. Draw creases above and below each eye for the eyelids.
Step 3. His eyebrows should be raised high on his head. His left eyebrow can have more of a curve to it, just to make things more interesting. Draw a few horizontal wrinkles on his forehead.
Step 4. Now draw his nose, which should be fairly large and long. Use your vertical guide line to help you keep the nose in the center of the face. The tip of his nose is very large and round. The outer edges of the nostrils should align with the inner edges of his iris's. Also draw thin creases emerging from the corners of his nostrils, falling down either side of his mouth.
Step 5. Rogen has a large chin, so his mouth should be a tad closer to his nose than to his mouth. He should have a tight smile on his face, causing him to have very thin lips. Draw thin creases on either end of his mouth, as well as a crease beneath his lower lip where it meets his chin. Be sure to draw the indentation above his upper lip as well.
Step 6. Now draw the outer contours of his face and jaw line. He has a large, rounded jaw. The contour line of his face can end just above his eye level.
Step 7. Draw his ears which are slightly high on his head. The tips of his ears should align with his eyebrows, the bottoms should alight with the top of his nostrils. Be sure to draw plenty of curved creases inside the ears. Notice how the right ear is more visible than his left since his head is turned ever so slightly.
Step 8. Rogen has a thick head of wavy hair. It should be a few inches long and brushed away from the face. The strands near the top of his head should curl over each other. Notice how much additional height his poufy hair adds to his head.
Step 9. Seth Rogen often has a short beard, or at least heavy stubble. Sharpen your pencil so that you have a fine tip and patiently draw thin, short whiskers covering his lower face. Be sure not to draw the whiskers too high up his cheeks, and do not draw whiskers covering his skin just below his lower lip.
Step 10. If you'd like, you can draw him wearing vision glasses (this is optional). Make sure that the frames are identical on both sides. Be sure to draw the arms of the glasses pointing towards the back of the head and getting lost in the thick hair.
Step 11. Nest, draw his thick neck. Is should be almost as wide as his face. The bottom of the neck can be cut off by a curved line for the collar of his shirt.
Step 12. Give him a second shirt, that of which we can see the open collar hanging from his neck. The back of the collar should rest high on the back of his neck. Draw a few creases in the fabric.
Step 13. Now that we are done penciling the image we can ink it. Use either Micron markers, or a brush and India ink to do your inking. A brush works great when inking hair, since it allows you to feather nicely. Carefully go over each line with patience and be sure not to ink any guide lines. Take your time with the facial whiskers, and use a fine tipped Micron to ink them. When the ink has totally dried, erase your pencil marks with a kneaded eraser.
Step 14. You can add a greater sense of depth to the image by giving it shadow. Use either a thick felt tip marker, or a brush and ink to do so. Establish your light source, and in this case it is coming from above his head. Shade the underside of his nose and jaw line. Black out the frames of his glasses. Use a brush to add shadow to the hair. Also add shadow just above his eyes, and around the collar of his shirt.
Step 15. If you need to make any corrections you can use white ink or opaque white paint. You can also use it to add highlights, like I did here on the glasses. And that's how you draw Seth Rogen! Awesome job!
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I've been a huge Seth Rogen fan ever since his early days on Freaks and Geeks. I'm so excited to see him alongside a myriad of other extremely talented, comical actors in the new film, This is the End. Learn how to draw the funnyman in a comic book style, step by step.