How to Draw an Alien for Beginners
The topic of today’s drawing lesson is how to draw an alien, which, in the classic view, appears to be frightening and menacing.
In this lesson, we’ll draw an aluen, a person with a head shaped like an egg.
We’ll draw the alien’s skeleton, which will be made up of many small bones and cartilage, using a couple of lines to show the position of the eyes. Note that the eye line is lower than the visual center of the head.
Draw cylinder-shaped arms and rounded figures for joints; under the head, outline the neck (slightly longer than a human neck); below it, draw the torso, which is slightly extended downward; and draw the legs, which are cylindrical shapes.
Draw the eyes in the shape of rugby balls, and then draw the mouth with a pair of curved lines; this alien has very few facial features, so any issues with the facial features should be minimal, especially when we consider that the eyes and mouth are all that is visible.
Draw a few lines under the eyes and a line just below the mouth, as well as a pair of lines on the chest and the location of the knee on the leg with another stroke. Clean up the pattern and circle the contours to get something like this.
We need to add some shadows to give it a finished look, which we can do by adding light cross-hatching to the areas where light doesn’t fall, such as the head and torso.
How do you draw a easy spaceship step by step?
Step-by-Step Drawing Instructions for a Spaceship
- Draw two long curved lines to outline the flying saucer.
- Draw a long curved line to connect the tops of the short straight lines.
- Draw ovals just above the previous line.
- Draw a curved line to outline a semicircle below the ship.
What is a Xenomorph Drone?
Drones build Alien Hives using a resin-like secretion that they produce and collect hosts for impregnation, and they are the Xenomorph’s first stage of maturity after passing through the Chestburster stage.