How To Draw Stephen Hawking by pencil with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Celebrity drawings for beginners and All.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: Pencil Box by Kamal
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Start with this oval by lightly drawing it with the #2 pencil or my recommended 0.7mm mechanical pencil.
Draw the bisector to place the Stephen Hawking features symmetrically.
In this step, draw a crescent shape for his hairline and head.
These lines are great tutorials for drawing a. eyebrows, b. eyes, c. nose and finally d. the mouth. Watch closely where his features appear on the principle, then draw them into your principle as we continue the steps.
Now outline his eyebrows, eyeglasses, and eyes. Watch closely to see where his eyes fall on the guide line and notice that the bottom of the glasses is slightly below the next guide.
Now draw his nose, smile line and mouth.
Draw on her hair. Make sure you watch where his hair falls near the crescent guide. I will take a step later to help the hairline.
Pay attention to the position of his ears, the contour of his jaw, and his chin and how they relate to the principles. Now draw them in.
Outline his collar and shoulders. If you don’t have one, you can delete your policy.
I made this line drawing especially for you if you don’t want to do the pencil shading and blending. If not, let’s continue with the pencil drawing.
I don’t want to miss this. The first image shows how to hold your pencil for Overhand (great for writing and detailing) and Underhand (great for shading large areas with wide strokes). You can practice coloring tunes and take it a step further with Melody Exercises.
This is what the tools look like. I used a 0.7mm 2B mechanical pencil, a 9B pencil, a tissue and a mixing base
The best thing you can do when drawing hair is to establish a general shape then work on the main strands by holding your pencil at a 45 degree angle to smooth and cover. Then, as in the third image, you can work in more detail. But here’s a TIP! Do not draw a straight line for the hairline. Make small strokes to represent the section of hair starting at the base. Look at real people and see that their hairline is not a straight line. Practice and your painting will look more realistic.
It’s always great for light shading in your drawings. You can use the circular or diagonal outline direction to shade his face, hair, shirt collar and jacket with a very light 9B pencil. Use the pencil on its face as in step 10 for a wider area (coverage). The 0.7mm mech pencil is great for details like retouching eyes, lips, and eyebrows (even eyeglasses and the plaid pattern on shirt collars).
Be amazed how your painting will look after mixing with tissue paper (like this one). However, don’t randomly apply it to his eyebrows, eyes, nose, mouth, and hair. One more thing, don’t draw small. Draw on A4 (or 8-1/2 x 11) paper (like typing or copying paper). I used almost all the paper for the head and neck drawing so that the shading areas are large enough to avoid important features.
Here are the finished products. Shadows in hair (full), shadows on face and hair are darkened with a 9B Graphite Pencil. Adding the background and blending it makes this contrast rich and bold for our modern day Einstein, Steve Hawking! I am closing right now. But you’re all awesome and I’m happy to have worked with you on this tutorial. Like, comment and show your love here. And I will definitely reply back soon or last. Love, peace, happiness, success and better days come to you!