How to Draw Hannibal, Mads Mikkelsen

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STEP 1. Let us begin with drawing the guide of the head for your Hannibal character. Sketch in the facial guidelines, then proceed to step two.   STEP 2. Using that very same guide you just made, sketch out the structure of Hannibal's face. Draw the chin and jawline, then sketch out the ear.   STEP 3. In this step we will carefully begin drawing his very clean, well groomed hairstyle. Add the roots, then you can proceed to step four.   STEP 4. Now we can get busy with the facial features. Draw the nose, and then go ahead to move to step five.   STEP 5. Sketch out the shapes of his eyes like so, and for the left eye you have to lightly draw in the crease or fold from his loose skin tissue that hangs over the lid.   STEP 6. Draw and color in the eyes which is the iris' and pupils. Lightly sketch in the eyebrows, then you can more forward.   STEP 7. Up next, sketch out the mouth or closed lips like so, then add detailing inside of his ears. Add the age marks on the face like under the eyes, around the nose/mouth and along the cheeks and chin.   STEP 8. Hannibal's face is all set. You will now sketch out the shape of his neck, then draw the shoulders, jacket, and some of the opening for his coat.   STEP 9. Add more defining lines for the suit jacket and tie.   STEP 10. Add detailing to his tie, then sketch in the flaps to finish off the jacket. Erase all the mistakes and guides then you are done.   STEP 11. Here is the lineare of Hannibal when you are all done. Color him in, and then show off your work to the world. Don't forget to check out the tip step below.   STEP 12. Here's my typical process of painting Hannibal. As you can see, I like working in my highlights on an already dark surface, so shading is easier and more accurate. I then as I shade, add brighter highlights when it needs it. Notice how highlights can really make someone's facial features stand out remarkably. Observe the first screenshot and how flat the character looks compared with the 4th.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9. Step 10. Step 11. Step 12.