Hey, aspiring artists! Get ready to power up your drawing skills as we tackle the mighty Broly! Follow my step-by-step instructions to bring this legendary Super Saiyan to life on your paper.
Whether you’ve seen Broly in Dragon Ball Z or Dragon Ball Super, we’re going to capture his immense strength and fierce demeanor in our artwork. Grab your pencils, and let’s embark on this epic drawing adventure together! 💥🎨
How to Draw a Broly
Start with a simple outline for the chin and jaw, keeping the lines smooth and slightly angular to represent a strong jawline.
Sketch the hairline with two angled lines that meet at a point above where the forehead will be. This will create the impression of a widow’s peak which is common in such character designs.
Beneath the hairline, draw two downward-tilting lines for the eyebrows, adding angled lines beneath them for the eyes. The character’s intense gaze can be achieved by adding heavy shading to the eyes.
Place the ears aligned with the eyes and add details to the face by drawing the nose, smile, earrings, and facial lines.
Make the hair spiky, radiating outward from the crown of the head, in the character’s distinct style. Add layers of spiky hair, each one larger and more pronounced than the last, to create a full, voluminous effect.
Draw the neck extending down from the ears and include the collar of the character’s garment, which typically stands up around the neck. Outline the shoulders and sketch the upper body.
The character has a muscular physique, so use broad, curved lines to represent the chest and shoulders.
Continue adding lines to define the pectoral muscles and the abs. The lines should follow the natural curvature of the muscles.
Complete the body by sketching the rest of the torso and adding details like the nipples and the creases in the muscles.
Lastly, color the character. Usually, this character has green hair and a matching skin tone, but feel free to choose colors that fit your vision of the character.
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