Description: So I did the lesson on a regular Rick Grimes which was in the top 50 for a day or two. Today I will follow the momentum and upload this tutorial on "<strong>how to draw chibi Rick Grimes</strong>" from Walking Dead, step by step. Tomorrow is Sunday, and every Walking Dead fan out there knows that Sundays on AMC is the day that The Walking Dead comes on. I am so excited to see what happens next because honestly, that is my show. I'm not one to watch a television series, but Walking Dead is definitely more than just a series to me. The fella that plays Rick Grimes is actually English actor Andrew Lincoln. I have never heard of him before, nor have I seen him in any other movies, but his acting is deserves an Emmy for his role in The Walking Dead. It was a treat for me to make this lesson on drawing chibi Rick Grimes. I hope you all enjoy it, because I know I did. Peace out fellow walker hunters!
Description: Begin this step by sketching out the hairline using a light stroke. When that is done add detailing to the actual head of hair. These lines should align with the bumps that you drew as part of his head in step two. Draw in the ears, then add some detailing to those as well.
Description: The next thing you will do is begin drawing out chibi Rick's tired, worn out, stressed eyes. The lining should be sharp and bold, and the eyebrows should be in an expressive pose. Add the bags or winkles under the eyes, then draw the mouth. Add detailing to the sides of his head.
Description: Rick's face and head is all done. Now we can tackle the body. Start with the shoulders, then draw the arms as well as one of his hands. Finish drawing the torso as well as the tucked in shirt.
Description: I decided to equipped Rick withe the ax he used to chop off Hershel's leg off with. So in the left hand, draw the ax, then draw the rest of the hand and arm. Erase the mistakes and guidelines.