How to Draw Gandhi

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STEP 1. Depending on how big you want your portrait of Gandhi, draw each shape to your preference. Start with a circle shape and then draw the lower part of the face as you see here. When connected your face frame should look oblong. Add the facial guidelines and move to the next step.   STEP 2. Because his face is old, your lining should be a bit wavy. Sketch out the left ear, and then continue the same lining until the lower part of his face is drawn. This should be his jaw, and chin. Add some separation lines to show the two parts of his face, and then use the facial guidelines to draw in his small round glasses instead of eyes.   STEP 3. Gandhi was almost bald so you don't have to worry about sketching a bunch of hair. You want to draw the shape of the rest of his head, and then add some inside detailing to his left ear, and draw out the right ear too. Draw the rest of his glasses that rest on the top of his ear, and then sketch out his friendly looking eyes and add some wrinkling lines as well.   STEP 4. Draw the forehead creases, and then sketch in the thick, bold eyebrows. Draw and color in his eyes and or pupils, and then sketch out the shape of his nose. Next draw the frown lines that flow from the sides of his nose, down to the sides of his mouth. Next sketch out the facial hair, and then draw the mouth line and chin detailing.   STEP 5. For your last drawing step all you need to do is sketch in some fine, soft looking hair and then add more detailing to his mustache. Draw the shape of his neck, and then draw the lining for his clothing as you see here. Erase all the guidelines and shapes that you drew in step one to clean up your sketch.   STEP 6. After you add some shading to his face, neck and clothes, your portrait of Gandhi should come out looking like the one you see here. You can choose to color him in, or you can leave him as a simple sketch as he was a simple man.   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6.