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How to Draw Zombie Hulk
Step 1. Start with four shapes, one for the head, another for the body, then two for the hands which should be connected to arm lines/guides.
Step 2. Just sketch out the structure for Hulk's face shape and head like so. As you can see he has a chiseled jaw structure.
Step 3. Next, use the facial guidelines to draw out the eyes, thick eyebrows and then the nose. Once those three concepts are done, you can add the deep frown lines that start at the corners of each nostril.
Step 4. Keep in mind that a lot of Hulk's flesh will be torn, missing and even rotting. The lining for his mouth should be very uneven and have some gaps instead of lined perfectly. Once the mouth opening is drawn in you can proceed to step five.
Step 5. Add some missing skin to the top part of Hulk's forehead near the hair line like so, then draw in the mouth which is some gnarly teeth and ripped lips. Color the inside of his mouth solid, then add definition where needed.
Step 6. You can now sketch in his hairstyle which is short and simple. Probably the most simple part of the whole lesson.
Step 7. Up next, sketch out the massive body starting with the shoulders and huge chest muscles. Add the torn skin tissue to his shoulder like so, then add some bone detailing to the shoulders.
Step 8. Starting on the left side begin drawing Hulk's massive arm starting with the biceps. When that is done draw the forearm. Add definition to make it look strong like steel.
Step 9. You will now draw Hulk's deformed looking hand that is crooked and broke looking. Add detailing to the palm and then proceed to step ten.
Step 10. We will finish the left arm/hand by sketching in the square shaped nails. To make the nails look rotted, add some splits and breaks. Draw the muscle definition on the forearm and bicep like so.
Step 11. Okay, left side is done as far as shoulder, chest, arm and hand go. We will tackle the right side by sketching out the heavy duty thick muscles. Define them well and then sketch in the huge patch of ripped flesh from the top part of the lower arm. You have to define the muscle well so take your time as you do so.
Step 12. Since there is a layer pf flesh missing from the arm, you will have to draw in the exposed muscle tissue that is protruding through. You will also do this on the shoulder as you can see here then add some popping veins on the bicep muscle.
Step 13. Now you can draw in the hand. I know hands are a pain to draw so take your time with this step and if you get frustrated just take a deep breath and try it again.
Step 14. Again, add the square nails to each finger like so, then sketch in the chips and slits on the nails too.
Step 15. Continue to work on the torso by sketching out the rest of the chest, rib cage and waist. When that is done you can draw the ends of the shorts which are torn or ripped. Define the sides of Hulk's body with some crease lines.
Step 16. Sketch in a huge gouge on the side of the torso which is also the rib cage. When that is done draw the pieces of oozing skin being pulled from torso like so, then when that is done you can draw in the muscle that is coming through on the body.
Step 17. The good news is you guys are almost done. You can sketch in the strong looking muscular neck like so, then sketch in the collar bone to define the chest muscles. When that is done you can sketch in more torn flesh patches as well as the chest nips. Add muscle exposure and more ripped flesh.
Step 18. This is probably one of the nastiest parts of the lesson. As you can see you will draw the stomach area in a very gruesome manner. The stomach tissue is being torn as the intestines pour out. Don't ask me how zombie Hulk is still walking because I'm pretty sure this is a bad injury. But then again he is a zombie.
Step 19. We are now ready to finish off this drawing by sketching out the rest of the thigh. Add the muscle to the leg or knee. Don't forget you have to draw in the calf. Erase the mistakes and guides and then you're done.
Step 20. Here is the finished drawing of zombie Hulk when you are all done. Now you can have fun coloring in this gruesome display.
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This is a sketch that I wanted to do while I was drawing live yesterday. It's a drawing that ended up being a lesson and as you can see its on the Hulk in a zombie ridden form. Having said that, here is "how to draw zombie Hulk", step by step. This may be a complicated lesson to follow if you just started out drawing. Even though it will be very challenging to those of you with little drawing experience, you should still try and tackle this concept even though it will be tough. You can also choose to tweak this version of Hulk to your liking or creation because it's always good to add or take something away from a drawing. Anyways, have fun and be sure to let me know what you thought of this lesson on drawing zombie Hulk.