How to Draw Christopher Columbus, Christopher Columbus

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STEP 1. Begin with a circle for the head, then draw the wide arched line for his shoulders. You will also need to sketch in the facial guidelines.   STEP 2. Next, sketch out Christopher's face shape like so, then draw the back part of the neck as well as the curly hair line that frames his face. Take your time so he comes out looking awesome.   STEP 3. Okay, here is where you will be using the facial guidelines. Start by drawing out the eyebrows in a serious expressive manner, then color them in. You will then focus on sketching out the shapes of his eyes. Add the detailing around the eyes which is the top eyelid, and light bags under his eyes which will make them look puffy.   STEP 4. Christopher Columbus was said to be a very serious and no nonsense type of man. This is what the expression on his face should convey. Sketch out the shape of his nose, then draw out the frown lines that start on the sides of the nostrils, all the way down to the sides of his mouth. Draw the simple mouth line a little thicker than the rest of the lining then add a chin.   STEP 5. Continue to draw out his hair which is curly and short or bobbed. Draw the lid of the hat line like so, then sketch in some detailing to his hair.   STEP 6. Almost done folks. Draw the shape of his hat which is sort of triangular, then draw in the back part of the hat. Make sure that the ends fold or curl up at the sides.   STEP 7. Lastly, draw the rest of his neck followed by the shirt collar, and his thick cloak that men used to wear back in those days. Add some definition to his clothing, then begin erasing the mistakes.   STEP 8. Now you have an awesome picture to color in and show off. I know some of you will use this lesson for school projects and that's great.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8.