How to draw Claire Bennet from Heroes. Learn to draw Claire Bennet comics style from step by step with instruction. In this tutorial, you will learn to draw Claire Bennet in the comics style that resemble Hayden Panettiere the actress. You will learn to draw facial structure or portrait of a person from a TV series Heroes.
Claire was a typical teenage cheerleader, she was popular and pretty and even smart. Claire soon discovered that healed at an extraordinary rate and could not break bones, get burned or harm her body in any way. She only told her friend, Zack and after school they would go shoot videos or her jumping off towers or getting hit by a car and never getting hurt. She soon found out that there is a place on her head that if got anything impaled in it she would die but if it were removed she would come back to life.
She realized her life was full of lies when she found out her dad was not a paper factory worker but a man that would track down people with powers and tag them like animals, even doing experiments on some.
Claire, having discovered that she has the power to rapidly heal herself, asks her classmate Zach to video her jumping off an abandoned gravel plant and surviving. Walking home, the two come across a train wreck, from which Claire rescues a trapped man, but never takes credit for the incident. Claire is the adopted daughter of Noah Bennet (HRG). Claire discovered she had amazing healing abilities and was soon targeted by the evil Sylar.
Here is a final drawing of Claire Bennet or Hayden Panettiere.
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Below are step by step how to draw Claire Bennet. Step one, I start with an egg shape drawing, this portrait will be in three quarter view of a face. Never draw just the head alone. Step two, imagine a flat plane on front surface of an oval shape, think in 3D, then draw two vertical lines across the imaginary plane. After that, draw a vertical line to divide the flat plane in half from top to bottom. Then draw a horizontal line to separate the top and bottom distance in half. This horizontal line would be where humans eyes should be, they are usually right in the middle of the face horizontally. Step three, I add some hair. Step four, I fill her face and body with half tone value then begin to add detail to her eyes then eyebrows, and nose.