Description: I see that Scorpion from Mortal Kombat received more than a few hits. I'm filling another request on another character from the Mortal Kombat series. Here is "<em>how to draw Sub-Zero easy</em>", step by step. Instead of the sketched version I have been doing, I thought that it would be nice to see some color on the front page. I certainly don't want to have a black and white tutorial layout because that just won't do for people that love color and vibrancy. Sub-Zero is also another favorite character of mine. He along with Scorpion have been two of the top fighters that people pick when playing the game. Of course Princess Kitana, Kano, Sonya Blade, Johnny Cage, Goro, Jade, Shao Kahn, Jax, Raiden, and Liu Kang. There is a lot more fighters that I didn't mention like Reptile and Shang Tsung, but even though I like these Mortal Kombat fighters, everyone has their own favorites as well. Anyway, Sub-Zero is going to be pretty easy to replicate. If there are other fighters that you would like to see laid out in an easy to follow tutorial, just let me know and I will fill the request as quick as I can. In the meantime, have fun with drawing Sub-Zero easy. Adios people and enjoy!
Description: The next thing you will need to do is draw out the opening from the head mask that only exposes his eyes. This can be done easily if you draw this part of his face like you where drawing goggles.
Description: Next, draw in the long, mean expressive eyebrows which are also going to be colored in solid. Once that is done you can go ahead and draw in the shapes of the eyes making sure that the top lids are bold in texture. Sketch in some crinkles or wrinkles between the eyes, under the eyes, and on the forehead.
Description: Next, begin sketching out the structure or shape of the lower portion of the face which is also the design of the mask that Sub-Zero is wearing. Once you have completed this step, you can proceed to step five.
Description: Now that the head and face is all sketched in, you can finish him off by sketching out the shoulders, and by adding detailing to the clothing. Clean up the drawing by erasing the mistakes and guides.