Long time ago there lived kings. They were great and kind, cruel and fair, attentive and tactful. Today we will draw a king. But first let’s think how the kings differed from our presidents.
- First of all presidents do not wear mantles. It is not very comfortable to wear gilded cloaks.
- You will never see a president with a golden mace or a cup. It would be dangerous for the government.
- Presidents don’t have personal jesters, at least officially. Though, if to have a look at their surroundings, you might feel that you are in a circus.
If to talk about kings, there were some that caused only laughter. Though, we know their deeds and names: Richard the Lionheart, Ivan the Terrible, Humpty Dumpty.
We can say a lot about them and you can read a lot about interesting moments of their lives. But now we will draw. Get your pencils and let’s start.
How to draw a king step by step
Step 1. First we will draw an oval – the head and the curved line under it – the body.
Step 2. We sketch the crown and the hair. We define the location of the eyes and the other facial features. We draw the mantle.
Step 3. We add the lines that will turn into the eyes, nose, mouth and eyebrows.
Step 4. Now we draw the facial features, then add whiskers, beard and hair. We draw the mantle and the crown.
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