How to draw a Roman Soldier easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and eveyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Let’s first draw the head of a Roman soldier. Start by creating the outline shape. Next outline the actual shape and construction of the soldier’s helmet. Once that is done, sketch out the shape of his nose, then add details to the metal surface of the hat. This will add texture to your soldier. Finally, draw a long ponytail that looks like the hair is growing from the top of the helmet. Next, sketch his red cape like so, then add some last minute details.
The next thing you need to do is draw three shapes for the body. Make a small circle for the head, the next for a slightly larger body, then draw the hips and legs out. Sketch in the guidelines on the face.
Now that the instructions are drawn, you can start sketching your Roman soldier’s helmet. The face grid will be drawn after you make the round part of the helmet. Draw on the crown or shaft where the hair is attached. Outline the mask part of the helmet, then move on to step four.
You will continue to outline the hair for the helmet that runs down the middle like a Mohawk. Then you will need to add details to the mask, which are the indentations from the mold.
Sketch the Roman neck shape like this, then draw the shoulder straps from the red cape. Next, start drawing the chest plate for your armor. Be sure to draw the breast shapes literally as that’s how armor looks back in those days.
The next thing we’re going to do is draw the shield that looks like the bottle cap. The outer ring looks like a cast instead of a unit. Outline the detail around the edge as stripes, then move on to step seven.
Now begins the hard part. We will need to start drawing the body starting with the shoulders, the shoulder plates and the arms. Once you have sketched out the toned arm, you will need to draw the wrist and the short sword. The sword only needs small details
Now it’s time to start drawing the waist as well as the waist. Detailed sketches then draw skin flaps that soldiers wear on skirts or kilos.
The last thing you need to do is draw your legs, sandals or boots, then paint the rest of the cape red. Add details where necessary, then remove errors.
This is your Roman role as you complete the drawing quest. Color it and that’s it.