How to draw a Xenomorph step by step

How to draw a Xenomorph easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.

How to draw a Xenomorph step by step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

Video produced by channel: Art Land

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

Use a long, curved line to outline the pea-shaped top. Contour the base of the head and forehead with curves.

Step 2

Use curves to contour the face, including bands along the base of the head. Contour the jaw and use a zigzag line to indicate the pointed teeth.

Step 3

Use curves to outline the alien’s body. Shoulder and side line. Use overlapping curves to indicate the frame.

Step 4

Drawing alien muscle arm. Use the pairs to form the muscles of the shoulder, biceps, biceps, and hands. Attached to a long teardrop shape along lower arm. Surround the three pointed fingers, using two curves that meet at a point for each finger. Detail of ligaments of the hand with curves.

Step 5

Draw the other arm. Use the curves to outline the shoulder, upper arm, lower arm, and hand. Note that the short line represents the bend of the elbow and the teardrop shape extending over the forearm.

Step 6

Draw the halo legs of the alien. Use pairs of curves to create pointed upper, lower, and pointed feet. Stick a teardrop shape to the upper leg and wrap it with diagonal curves.

Step 7

Draw the other leg. Use pairs of curves to outline your upper legs, shins, feet, and pointed toes. Notice the curvature on the top of the hips. Draw water droplets along the upper and lower legs, and tape them with curves.

Step 8

Stretch some curves from the back, duplicating them back to yourself to form the dorsal tube. Then stretch a pair of curves from the hips to form a long tail. At the end of the tail, draw short lines outward. Then stretch the two curves that meet at one point, forming a curved triangle.

Step 9

Draw triangular spikes along the tip of the tail, erasing as needed. Line the tail with loose “S”-shaped lines.

Step 10

Coloring your alien cartoon. They are usually black or gray, but can be pale and pinkish when newly hatched.

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