How to Draw The Last Supper

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STEP 1. The first thing you need to do before sketching out the figures standing there, is draw the horizontal line that makes up the very long rectangular table. Add the cloth that is dropping off the sides. When that is done you can then start sketching out all thirteen figures starting from left to right. Some of the men has exposed arms which you will need to draw too. Next and lastly, draw the thirteen heads and make sure they are all the same size.   STEP 2. Now it's time to start enlarging each step so that you can clearly see all the definitions and details that you will need to draw. Once you have zoomed into the step, you can see that you will need to start sketching out the shoulders, faces, and beginning hairstyles for each man that you see here. All but one man has a beard, the disciple without the beard is John. Remember, use a sketching motion throughout the lesson because there is so much detail and definition with each figure. Jesus is in the middle, and like the rest, he just has the shoulders, face shape, and hair drawn out.   STEP 3. Start from the left, and begin sketching out the five men's robes or cloaks that they are wearing. Add all of the creasing detailing as well as the arms, hands, and fill in the faces. Sketch in the eyes, nose, and mouths for almost every man in the picture. I didn't include the facial guidelines on for the faces because the features are all small in size. The cloths should look very loose and worn, and some of teh collars have brooches clamped on.   STEP 4. You will now sketch out the arms, hands, and cloths for the rest of the men which includes Jesus, and the rest of his disciples. Use the same technique you used for the other man you drew, and when you are done add some detailing and definition like you see here. There are also a few plates on the table top that you can start drawing in as well.   STEP 5. This is finally your last drawing step so be proud of yourself that you made it this far. You will now start sketching in detailing to the hair of the chosen men, and then define their clothes. too. Sketch out the exact shape of the table, and as you can see there is a table cloth that you need to sketch out before you start drawing the cups, plates, and food. Once the table is all set, you can begin sketching out the cups that are filled with wine, and the plates that are filled with bred and fish. Carefully start erasing all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one.   STEP 6. When you are done, your sketch should come out looking like the one you see here. After it's all cleaned up, you can choose to color it in, or leave the drawing as a beautiful sketch. This is definitely a project that you can start a few days before Easter to give it to someone that is special to your for a present. When Jesus rose from the dead, it was a sacred day that will be celebrated for all time.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6.