how to draw biowulf

How to Draw Biowulf

Step 1.

Now since this Evo is somewhat lanky and bold, you will draw the body as two separate sections. Start by making an egg shape for the torso of Biowulf, and then attach the limb lines like the arms, and legs. You will then draw hand or claw shapes, and then draw the small shape for his head that looks like a shoe.

Step 2.

Remember when I said that Biowulf is covered in armor? Well, when drawing him out you have to make sharp edges and points to convey how metal he is. Begin by sketching out the small shape of the head, and then draw the metal looking snout. Add detailing lines for texture and definition, and then draw two fang like lines coming from the top of the metal jaw. Once that is taken care of, you can sketch out the octagon shaped shoulder, and then draw some spiked fur on this Evo's back.

Step 3.

Sketch out an eye, and then color it in too. Next detail the bolts that are protruding from the sides of it's jaw, and then draw the detailing lines that make up Biowulf's body shape and design. Once that is done, you can add more detailing to the raised hair on it's back, and then draw a round design on the shoulder.

Step 4.

You will ne begin the process of sketching out the long, lanky arms of Biowulf. Since he is mechanical in appearance, you will draw some veiny looking lines that covers both arms as you see here. Don't forget to draw the left shoulder too.

Step 5.

Now the fun starts. Biowulf has these wicked long metal claws for fingers. That is what you will begin drawing out now. You have to make sure that the finger or claws looks straight and sharp, almost like knives. Now you can draw the mid-section of the beast, which is very mechanical looking and square. Draw the waist, hips, and pelvic area as you see it here, and then add some lining detail to show the texture.

Step 6.

You are basically all done. Like his arms, the legs are long and lanky as well. Draw out the thighs, knees, and calves along with Biowulf's feet. His feet have two fork like claws at the tips that are designed just like the clawed fingers only smaller. Detail and definition the design of his mechanical looking legs, and begin erasing the lines and shapes you no longer need.

Step 7.

Now that you are done, your new Generator Rex character is all drawn out and ready to be added to your book of art. I think you will have even more fun coloring in the wolf hybrid character, just as I did. Join me again for more drawing fun.

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Uploaded: March 28, 2010
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: March 29, 2010
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Artist comments

The Pack is a group of bad guys that are a part of the new animated series “Generator Rex” that will be airing on Cartoon Network sometime in April of this year. Now since there is new information of some more of the main characters that will be part of the shows line-up, I figured I would draw and submit some really cool villains and good guys. To start, I will first show you "how to draw Biowulf", step by step. He is a howling, loyal servant to his master Van Kleiss, that has super human strength, and speed. He is also a species of Evo that is armored to the bone which makes stopping him somewhat difficult. Biowulf is extremely protective of Van Kleiss, so if you want to pick a fight with Kleiss, you have to go through Biowulf first. I guess you could say that he is what you call the Pack's second leader. There is going to be so many different Evo's in the Generator Rex series, and to tell you the truth, I think this show might even go head to head with Ben 10 Alien Force. All I know is, when it comes to "drawing Generator Rex characters", you're definitely going to get more then you bargained for. Well, that just about does it for me and for this tutorial description. I still have more drawing fun on the way so don't you guys move a muscle. Peace out people, and try not to get infected by any nanites!