How to Draw PopularMMOs | Drawing Lesson

by: Cartooning 4 Kids | How to Draw

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hey there today I will show you how to draw popular and the Mo's so we start by drawing the character facing forward holding two swords so let's start at the top of the mask with the opening so at the top here we're just gonna draw a straight line across from here we're going to angle two lines going up one towards the left and then one towards the right from here we're going to angle down at a 90 degree angle so going down so it's squared and we're going to come back in and we're going to need a little gap in the center here so coming down an angle you do the same thing on the right side and now from here we're going to draw two angled lines coming down to the chin area so from here draw an angle line coming down to the bottom of the mask and same on the right side from this point I want to draw the outer trim for the helmet so this opening here I'm just going to start on the left side here drawing an angle line I just want to keep a consistent thickness and lying around that mask opening just working my way around and then as I get to the bottom I'm going to stop a little bit shorter than the bottom line here because what I want to do that I wrap this around this the sides of the helmet so from here the bottom line it's going to draw a short line going across do the same thing on the right side so here I'm going to go up in an angle to the outside edge of the jaw and we're going to curve up into that corner of the helmet curving like this now we can take these little points on the inside and just draw a straight line going out to the side of the mask over here let's draw in some eyes so the inside edge of the eyes I'm just going to draw two curves going up and then you'll draw an angled line going to the outside edge of the eye and we're going to curve these back in just like that let's go ahead and draw the top of the helmet so from this corner I'm going to draw an angle line going up to the top of the crown of the helmet here we're going to do these two little spikes that come in towards the center so from the top go up and I'm going to come down do the same thing on the right side I want to make sure that we got the same height on both sides coming down from here I'm going to go up again now from here I'm going to draw in the skull that's going to overlap on top of these spikes so I'm going to draw almost like a half hole that sort of closed off at the end here or opened up at the end here drawing an oval going around for the top of the skull now see these points here I'm just going to pull these down and just tuck them in underneath the skull from here I'm gonna draw two lines coming down the ends and then straw a few little u shapes just to create the teeth for the skull in the center here I'm going to draw a little tiny triangle and color them in black and then on either side we're just going to draw a circle and then color that in black do that on both sides like this along with these bottoms of these triangles I'm going to draw a straight line and work from the outside in towards the skull just for a little trim detail like that and then from this bottom edge I'm just going to pull a straight line out and down okay let's get down to the back to the face and we're going to draw in the center of the body so in here I'm just going to step up a little bit draw two angled lines coming in towards the center now this is going to create the opening for the uniform or the costume two lines coming down and we're going to draw that first middle hinge or that knot in the center so two lines coming down and it's basically a long rectangle let's go ahead and color all this area in black


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clean this up in the inside there okay so we got that let's keep working our way down towards the way so the wastes are going to draw down to here so I'm take this black strip and just extend it again the two short lines and then draw another sort of buckle going across rectangle I'm going to color the center area in black and we keep working our way down so two short lines again coming down from the middle now we're going to go outwards we're going to go out to split the top this and when we work our way to this side so we're going to draw two lines going out towards the waistline now I don't want to go too far too far out because I don't want to go past the sides of the head here but what I want to do is I want to drop down a little bit and draw an angle line coming from the helmet down to the hips so right up here we draw an angled line coming down to the hip just intersecting that line we'll do the same thing on the right side so angling down this now we're just going to trim around this little shape here for the belt so starting down here go across will go up and will come down on the right side and back across to the side of the body we'll color all this in black


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that's now in here we're going to draw another skull so we're just going to try to match the same sized skull as we have on the helmet down here so starting on the left corner we're going to draw that oval leaving it open on the bottom and we're going on two short lines coming down and it will connect those two sides with a series of u shapes let's draw that little triangle the nose plug that in and then two small circles on either side of the nose for the eyes now we're going to go back from these quarters we're going to draw two lines coming and we're going to basically take this and flip it over so I'm going to go across let's make this a little bit longer and we'll come down to a point we're going to draw in the loincloth so there's a clot that comes down from the corners here your curve down and in you can see that sort of spreads out a little bit this way and it can't goes to point to a straight line but along the way I'm just going to draw these little Peaks just to show the little tears in the cloth and you can make one a little bit shorter than the other if you want you can come up here and just pull a couple lines just to show a little bit of wrinkle let's go ahead and draw a little late so the legs I'm going to draw curved out towards the bottom of the feet now to draw the feet down to about here so from this corner of this hip and curved out to the bottom of the left foot and then go to the right side and do the same things for balancing this out where you go across the bottoms of the feet on both sides like this little bit longer and they're going to curve this up trying to keep this with consistent all the way through so curving up underneath the cloth then up here we'll do the same we'll give these legs some thickness so from this corner and just pull in a couple short angled lines just to give it a little bit of perspective and then from here I'm just going to pull this up underneath that cloth do the same thing on the right side just give a little bit of detail on the legs so from the left to right and you go across we do an upside-down V and then we're going to go across in this area I'm just going to pull a line angled up let's do the same thing on the right side starting from the inside of the leg going across do that upside down V and then going across we're just going to thicken all this up by trimming it out so we're going to go to the top just above that line and just trace above it


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okay so we got the legs let's get into the arms of one arm I'm going to have down one our we're going to have up with two swords we're going to start this off by driving into the shoulder pad so up here I'm going to draw a curve going down now from here I'm just going to draw a right angle coming down like this and draw the bottom edge of that shoulder pad coming across like this from here I'll draw a very simple block arm just like it's sort of similar to how we did the leg so from here about half way down this shoulder pad and go across and up so we're curving up from here I'm going to come straight down for this point I want to draw a curve going up and underneath the body then we're going to go a little bit narrower as I come up towards bar so you can see it gets pitched in as you come up now with the sort I'm going to plug the sword into the hand so simply I just want to put the handle bottom right down here so I'm going to draw two short lines coming down I'm going to intersect a horizontal line across two short lines down and it's going to be like a rectangle basically on top under here or above the hand here we're going to draw the top of the handle so from this corner of the hand we're going to draw an angle up and on this side we're going to go up draw two short horizontal lines for the edge and we'll come in and we'll cap it off by drawing straight line across here let's start the sword so from here on the left side I'm going to draw an angled line going up on the right we'll do the same thing now if we're here I'm going to draw two angled lines from half way down this line up towards the center so we create almost like a diamond shape from the center here I want to draw a line going up to the tip of the sword so a straighter can draw and if at this point on draw curb coming in and then curving back out so we get this sword some shapes are curving in and then will curve and flare back out to that point we'll do the same thing for the right side so I'm curving out in and then flare you back out let's go away to draw a little bit of detail here so I'm just going to draw a couple of separation lines so one here and then one right there let's go ahead and draw the same thing on this side but this arm we're going to tilt tilt up so the shoulder of pad is going to be stretched this way starting from the same height will curve up draw a straight line coming down and then just the bottom of that shoulder pad going across it's drawn the top of the arm so from here halfway across this line will curve up to the tip of the hand we're going to draw the front edge of the hand coming down let make sure that we got relatively the same length lines on both arms from here going to take this point and come right in to the body so in the curved line coming across now if you while you can go ahead and draw in that detail I drew here so try one line here and one line there let's draw in the butt end of the sword two ends coming down so you see this angle that I have here I want to draw the sword in that same angle so the handle will be in that same angle as well little rectangle straight line across let's draw the top edge of the sword handle two angled lines now I want draw again this angle has to be square with everything else in the sword across and down now we're going to draw those two side lines going out here going out now from here we draw that little diamond and then from here I want to make sure that I follow that same line going up to the tip of the sword so coming up like that will draw the flared sides coming out and in I'll pull that back out to that point it will do the same thing so curving out in flaring out and that's pretty much it there we have it there's popular mmo's I hope you enjoyed this lesson please give us a like and share this with your friends thanks for watching we'll see you again soon


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