How to Draw Captain Falcon

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STEP 1. Start off by drawing the guides for your character. Start with a head, then make the torso, shoulder and arm guides.   STEP 2. Begin sketching out the actual shape of his head in the form of the helmet, then draw in the minor bumps for the face.   STEP 3. Draw the lining for the helmet to make the actual shape of it, then draw the falcon silhouette on front part. Next draw the eyes, nose and mouth, then add the crease lines for the mouth frown and cheek indent. Also add a small circle to the side of the helmet to where the ear would be located.   STEP 4. Begin the drawing process for the muscular shoulder, upper arm where the biceps are, then sketch in all the tone detail and definition for the arm as well.   STEP 5. Finish drawing Captain Falcon's arm by sketching out the the forearm wrist and fist. Add detailing where needed, then proceed to step six.   STEP 6. Add detailing to the forearm because even forearms have muscle, then draw in subtle definition to his gloves.   STEP 7. Here is the step when we will get started with drawing out the entire shape of his body outline. Start with the right shoulder or sleeve, then sketch in the torso shape which is mainly the back. Draw the waist and some of the hips, then sketch in some detailing where needed.   STEP 8. started   STEP 9. Almost done folks. All that needs to be added here is the other forearm, wrist and hand. The other hand is in an open pose and it is much smaller in view compared to the fist you just made.   STEP 10. Lastly erase the guides and mistakes, then sketch in another falcon on his back followed by some definition to the back which is nothing more than muscle detail.   STEP 11. Guess what? You are all done. I bet you did a great job with drawing Captain Falcon. Now you can color him in if you like, or leave the drawing as a penciled sketch or inked drawing.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9. Step 10. Step 11.