How to Draw Hannibal Lecter From Hannibal

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STEP 1. Step 1 , cut a hole in the box..........just kidding . Begin by drawing the outline of the face and suit , along with the guide lines for the face . The second picture may look like Adolf Hitler but I assure you that was not my intention .Finish off with the eyes , nose and mouth .   STEP 2. As you can see here , there are squares all on the sketch , why ? because I used grid sketching in order to make a perfect sketch . How do you do that ? Simple, get the picture you want to draw after, add squares using whatever program is in handy (I used MS Paint lol) then , on your paper, make the same number of squares which you have edited on your reference picture . Then sketch in each square individually , what this does is it reduces the working surface on which you have to concentrate , a bigger surface is harder to control . If you do each square really well then the sketch will be an exact match .   STEP 3. Shading will be done differently from my other tutorials , doing overall layers of different shades of grey (kinky),just to get the feel of depth , I thought this might be easier way to shade . After this you can add details .   STEP 4. Layers , think of them as the foundation on which you can build a house or whatever .   STEP 5. This is the last layer shading step , although it looks very rough don't worry , there will be more shades of grey as you begin detailing different parts of the face at a time .   STEP 6. Details . Use a really dark pencil around the eyes and a kneaded erase to make the eyebrow effect .   STEP 7. Detail the space between the eyes and then go down the nose .   STEP 8. Now the mouth . You don't need to make the whole thing darker, the last image is just a bit brighter than this one .   STEP 9. From the mouth down to the chin . You can see how there are increasingly more shades of grey than at step 5.   STEP 10. Now for his right cheek and a few extra details under his eyes .   STEP 11. Left cheek, probably should have united this picture with the last one .   STEP 12. Try not to make the lines on his forehead too prominent , you don't want to make him look too old, even thought the actor's 47. If you can observe there are bright lines right under the dark ones , this give the effect of depth .Using only dark lines would make it look like he has some kind of marks on his face .   STEP 13. The hair is dark and easy to make with just a few lines .   STEP 14. The suit, again very dark , use a 7B and some paper to smudge it so it won't look rough.   STEP 15. You're done, do a very dark background otherwise your doctor will look cropped .   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.