How to draw Juggernaut Step by Step

How to draw Juggernaut easy with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginners and kids.

How to draw Juggernaut Step by Step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below

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

Step 1

Let’s start with our Juggernaut skeleton. Note that Juggernaut’s skeleton is much wider than a normal human’s skeleton (like Hulk or Rhino’s skeleton).

Step 2

Draw a wide and flat helmet based on the shoulders. A little below shows a very wide body of the Juggernaut that narrows slightly to the waist. Don’t forget that we have to use very light lines.

Step 3

Draw the limbs of the Juggernaut. Mark the shoulders in the form of a circle, then the arms and fists. Under the torso draw a triangular pelvis and legs with feet.

Step 4

Now let’s start adding some details. Let’s start at the top, drawing the eyes and mouth open. Lie down a little lower and outline the chest and abdomen. Sketch gloves and boots.

Step 5

Erase unnecessary lines from the head carefully draw the contours of the helmet and the openings in the hat. Next, draw the eyes, nose and mouth along with a pair of wrinkles around the mouth. Add studs on the helmet.

Step 6

Let’s start adding details to the body. First of all, we delete all the extra lines from the body. Next draw very large pectoral and abdominal muscles. Outline the lines of the suit and continue.

Step 7

Removing unnecessary lines from the arm will take away the muscles and details in the arm, such as the metal ring on the biceps and the glove. Carefully pull out the clenched fists.

Step 8

Now let’s draw the legs. We’re going to draw the legs in a way that closely resembles the arms in the previous step. That is, we must erase the excess lines and draw the muscles of the leg and details such as the boots and folds on the leg.

Step 9

So we have come to the final step in our lesson on how to draw Juggernaut. Use very bold and thick lines and strokes to add shadows. In the same step with the help of shadows, we also add a metallic sheen to the suit.

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