It is possible to refer to the easy step-by-step drawing instructions below.
Let’s begin this part by drawing the basic shapes and the instructions for the frame of the rider. Begin with a circle for his head . Then, add guidelines on his face. Then, draw an outline of the neckline, and then the form of the shoulders and torso, legs and the waist. Form the arm, and then move onto the next stage.
Now you’re in the second stage and what you’ll do is draw the design of the face, facing down. The bottom lining will be added to the hood. Then, start drawing out the shoulders and sleeves with plated. Then, you will draw some lines or details on your sleeves for the top, in an horizontal orientation. Then, draw the legs and other parts of the boot or foot.
Now, you’re at the third step and you look around, your knight’s progress is getting ever more thorough. Complete all the detail lines across the right shoulder and chest Then draw fingers as well as others along the leg. Incorporate and strengthen the sole of the feet and move to another step.
It’s a short and easy process, all you have to do is add strokes onto the helmet’s face. Give definition to his arms and legs, and then to the ankles of the armor, as shown the image below.
Now, you’ve reached your final drawing stage and what you need to do is draw the baking sheet that appears like a mouthguard, and two eye slits. Then, you will add rib holes to outline the parts of the armor on the shoulder pads. Color the slots to make eye grills as well as the eyes. Then, draw the sword, as well as other straps below the knee. Eliminate all the patterns and principles you sketched in step one.
After you’ve finished your sketch, it will look something as follows. All you have to do now is to color it. I hope that you find this drawing tutorial on drawing an medieval knight step-by- stage instructive and enjoyable.