How To Draw A Knight Helmet easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawings for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Alright, let’s start this step by drawing out the shapes and instructions for the rider’s frame. Start with a circle for his head and then add guide lines on the face. You will then draw a neckline and then the shape of the shoulders, torso, legs, and waist. Shape his arm and then move on to the next step.
Now you are on the second step and what you will do now is draw out the shape of the face facing down. Add the bottom lining of the hood and then start outlining the shoulders and plated sleeves. You will add some details or lines on the sleeves of the upper in a horizontal position. Finish this step by drawing the leg and parts of the foot or boot.
Okay, you’re on the third step and as you can see your knight is getting more and more comprehensive. Add all the detailed definition lines along the chest and right shoulder, then draw the fingers and the rest of the legs. Detail and thicken the sole of the foot and move on to the next step.
This is a very short and simple step and all you need to do is add strokes to the helmet’s mask. Add definition to his arms, then the legs and ankles of the plated armor as you can see here.
Well, you have reached your final drawing step and what you will do now is draw out the baking sheet that looks like a mouthguard and two slits for the eyes. Next, add detailed rib holes that outline parts of the armor along the shoulder pads and then color in the slots for the grills and eyes. You will then draw the sword and the rest of the straps at the knee. Erase all the principles and shapes that you drew in step one.
When you finish your sketch will appear like this. All that’s left to do now is color it. I hope you found this drawing lesson on how to draw a medieval knight step by step informative and enjoyable.