How to Draw Rick Grimes, Rick Grimes From the Walking Dead

How to Draw Rick Grimes (Rick Grimes From the Walking Dead) with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions.

How to Draw Rick Grimes

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

Start by shaping Rick’s head. Outline such facial guidelines, then proceed to step two.

Step 2

Sketch the realistic structure of Rick’s face as well as his hairline. Now that Rick has been through so much, his appearance is more rugged than ever.

Step 3

We will start with the eyebrow outline. This should be done using soft strokes in the shading motion so that you have a good insight. At the same time, lightly outline the sides of the nose near the eyebrows. Then you will draw the nose and start lining the mouth.

Step 4

Start outlining the lid liner to form the eye. Once done you can add some wrinkles or folds on his forehead like that. Complete the nose outline and draw more on the mouth or lips until your drawing looks similar to the one you saw in step four.

Step 5

Then we will outline and fill in the shapes of his eyelids and ears. Note that we’ll be using a lot of shadows and tones for the lids, because Rick (Andrew), has a ‘tired’ thick cap. Take your time on this, as patience is important to creating a well-structured work of art.

Step 6

Then we will start sketching the beard, but slowly. Start with a soft-dark pencil to fill in the dark areas first, shaping each section of hair with quick but thick strokes. As each facial hair is drawn, illuminate the thickness of the line as it points outward into the less hairy parts. Try to keep the lines and thicknesses varied, rather than continuously thick.

Step 7

Next, let’s draw the hair. In the new season of The Walking Dead (Season 3), his hair is fuller than in Season 2. I think this is because it’s been a year since they left the farm. Always draw the outer contours thicker than the middle ones to make a difference. You don’t want to use too many thick lines throughout, otherwise it will confuse the viewer.

Step 8

Finally, draw his neck and collar to frame his face. Originally, I was going to draw his entire body including the gun he was holding, but I think that would be too difficult for most novice artists. So I left with a strong neck and shoulders.

Step 9

This is Rick when you’re done. Now all you have to do is add some color or you can keep this drawing as a sketch.


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