How to draw Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy

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STEP 1. Begin with the very basic shape of the body. Since Groot isn't human, having a body made of wood, his features don't have to be perfect or smooth , wood is random .   STEP 2. Following the guide lines, draw the outline of the body . Give it a rough feel .   STEP 3. These should be his "muscles ", which are basically just branches which resemble muscle because of the way they are placed and are interconnected .   STEP 4. Finish with the details on his face .   STEP 5. So your sketch should look a bit like this . Mine is a bit more detailed a bit. Don't mind the lower part of the abdomen , that is going to be black, so don't sketch anything there .   STEP 6. Begin with an overall layer of light gray . It can look messy , this works well when making wood texture .Focus on the eyes a bit more than the rest of the body .   STEP 7. Now make the darkest parts on him using the darkest pencil you have. I used an 8B.   STEP 8. Make a few thousand little short rough lines on the whole body , this is not very complicated, just hatch in the same direction .   STEP 9. Now do the same thing as in the previous step, only on a much smaller scale, using a very sharp pencil. Here you can see the difference since I only worked on half of the face .   STEP 10. Continue with the rest of the face.You don't have to do half of the face like I did .   STEP 11. Do the same thing on his right arm, but you don't have to go into so much detail as on the face . When you look at this the first thing you notice is the face, that has to look as good as it can , the rest can be blurred out or even left somewhat unfinished .But that's only up to your personal preference .   STEP 12. Continue with the right side of his chest. What should be his "pecks " look more like flat old boards .   STEP 13. Make the other side of the chest and the left arm a bit darker than the rest .   STEP 14. I made the background using graphite powder applied with a paint brush .   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.