How to Draw Joshua Balz, Josh Balz From Motionless in White

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STEP 1. Begin with a simple circle then add the facial guideline like so.   STEP 2. Because we're drawing Josh at a downward angle, we have to draw the facials pointing 'downward' which means that facials seem to be closer to the chin. The chin and outline of the face become shortened and compact. The eyes are also larger, with the eyebrows pinching the shapes of the eyes 'underneath' and close. You'll see what I'm talking about once we get to draw the face of Joshua.   STEP 3. Sketch out the structure of Josh's face the way you see it here, and since he is going to be looking up from a downward stare, the bottom of the face should be drawn to look narrow.   STEP 4. Next, use the facial guide to draw out the very dark, thick lining for his eyes. There should be points on the inner parts of the eyes, as well as a catty swoop at the ends or corners too.   STEP 5. Start sketching out his eyebrows very slowly so you end up with a realistic look to the brows. When that is done draw in the actual eyeballs, color in the pupils, then sketch in some of his hair which will be scattered a but under the hoodie.   STEP 6. Slowly start sketching out the shape of his nose like so, then draw in his mouth or lips the way you see it done here. Notice that there is plenty of definition around the lips. This is very important to get his expression just right on paper. Draw in the piercings, then add that arch for his chin.   STEP 7. Draw in the bang strands that hang right in the center of his forehead. They should be long enough till the longest piece is right between his eyes. Add detailing then proceed onto step eight.   STEP 8. Whenever I draw hair, I draw the outlines really thick and then use thinner, closer lines for the inner detailing. This will avoid the eye from becoming distracted and confused if you use excessive boldness of lines throughout your drawing.   STEP 9. You are almost done. Draw out the hood from the hoodie that he is wearing of hiding behind. You will also need to draw out the shape of his neck, as well as the base of the collar for the sweater.   STEP 10. What looks like earrings are actually his ears with a very big gauge plug in is lobes. Draw out the ears, then finish the sweater or hoodie by drawing the right shoulder, as well as the trimming around the rim of the hood. Erase the mistakes before leaving as well.   STEP 11. Here is Joshua Balz when you're finished. Color him in if you want, or leave the drawing as a sketch. I have some neat coloring tips below if you want to stick around for those.   STEP 12. Lighten up the face.   STEP 13. Then add a nice warm glow contrast.   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.