How to draw Margaery Tyrell from Game of Thrones, A Clash of Kings. Learn to draw Margaery Tyrell using Chiaroscuro technique from step by step with instruction. In this tutorial, you will learn to draw by using extremes in values (more light and dark values than middle values) you create a high-contrastdrawing. For a really powerful, strong, and dynamic portrait. The drawing resemble Margaery Tyrell played by actress Natalie Dormer in the illustration style. You will learn to draw facial structure or portrait from a rough sketch to finished black and white drawing of Margaery Tyrell from a HBO series Game of Thrones.
Advantage of using high contrast in drawing is that the extreme values can be used to make your drawings more three-dimensional by accentuating the light and shadows. By using extremes in values (more light and dark values than middle values) you create a high-contrastdrawing. For a really powerful, strong, and dynamic drawing, you can draw very dark shading right next to the light areas.
Margaery Tyrell is from Highgarden, daughter of Mace Tyrell and sister to Loras Tyrell of the Kingsguard. She married Renly Baratheon at the start of the War of the Five Kings, but after he died, she and her family joined forces with the Lannisters and the Iron Throne. In A Storm of Swords, she married Joffrey Baratheon, who died on their wedding night. She then married his younger brother Tommen, who became King of the Iron Throne when Joffrey died.
Here is a final drawing of Margaery Tyrell.
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Below are step by step how to draw Margaery Tyrell. Step one, I start with an egg shape drawing, this portrait will be in three quarter view of a face. Do not draw just the head alone. Step two, imagine a flat plane on front surface of an short egg shape, then draw two parallel horizontal lines across the imaginary plane. After that, draw a vertical line to divide the flat plane in half from top to bottom. The space in between the horizontal lines is where eyes will be located at, they are usually right in the middle of the facial height. Step two, I drew her eyes on the level of horizontal lines, nose half way from eyes level to the bottom of her chin, lips half way from the tip of her nose to her chin. Then I added some hair and assign value to the drawing from step four to six.