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STEP 1. Draw the guidelines for the face. Then sketch the eyes and nose.   STEP 2. Draw the outline of the face along with the ear , beard and shirt. Lastly, draw all the major wrinkles on his face.   STEP 3. First, suggest the eyebrows and made a few light shadows around the eyes. Draw the irises dark grey and leave a very small white dot on each eye.   STEP 4. Add some more shadows around the eyes and darken the irises .Work around the glasses , you'll do them last .   STEP 5. Now shade the wrinkles around his eyes like I did. Be careful not to draw over the glasses .   STEP 6. Now make the whole thing darker, and after that add some highlights on the wrinkles using a normal eraser. Further define the eyebrows as well.   STEP 7. Now using a hard pencil, slightly shade and shape the nose bridge .   STEP 8. Continue shading further down the nose.   STEP 9. Make it darker and add the final details.   STEP 10. Shade the cheeks and blend frequently .   STEP 11. Continue shading downwards . Roughly shade the ear as well.   STEP 12. Finish shading the ear and add the final details to the cheeks . Just small lines, make sure they don't look like hairs. Also shade the area above the mustache .   STEP 13. Draw a few short lines on the beard to suggest the direction in which the hair grows .   STEP 14. Now use a dark and dull pencil to draw a sort of "background" for the beard .   STEP 15. The purpose of the "background is to make the beard look thick . Start drawing the beard using only sharp pencils . Make straight short lines.   STEP 16. After you're done with the beard itself, draw a few lonely hairs here and there, all around it . This makes it look more natural, normal people miss a few hairs when they shave.   STEP 17. Shade the area around his mouth. Add the lines on his lips. Since Walter is 50 years old, those lines are quite visible .   STEP 18. Finish this area and again, add a few rebel hairs .   STEP 19. Darken the wrinkles on the forehead and shade it just a bit.   STEP 20. Blend the forehead and darken it . Don't forget to shade around the wrinkles , not over them .   STEP 21. Darken the forehead some more and add some details.   STEP 22. Finally shade the glasses .   STEP 23. Shade the neck and make his shirt black and you're done . No background on this one .   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9. Step 10. Step 11. Step 12. Step 13. Step 14. Step 15. Step 16. Step 17. Step 18. Step 19. Step 20. Step 21. Step 22. Step 23.