How to draw Obi-Wan Kenobi from Star Wars. Learn to draw the great Obi-Wan Kenobi step by step with instruction from professional concept artist. In this tutorial, you will learn to draw the young Jedi version of Obi-Wan Kenobi. This step by step tutorial is easy enough for beginner to follow, especially if you already understand how to draw and shade. With some basic drawing and shading skill you will learn a lot from this. If you are a beginner, you will also learn some step by step process and you can give it your best shot to follow. I made this to be basic drawing but still base on realism sketch base. The drawing of this Obi-Wan Kenobi resemble an actor Ewan McGregor in illustrated sketch style. You will learn to draw facial structure and partial body with costume from a rough scribble to finished black and white sketch of Obi-Wan from Star Wars.
Obi-Wan Kenobi, later known as Ben Kenobi during his exile, was a legendary Jedi Master who played a significant role in the fate of the galaxy during the waning days of the Galactic Republic. He was the mentor of Anakin and Luke Skywalker, training both in the ways of the Force. He had a long and tumultuous career that helped shape the fate of the entire galaxy. Kenobi fought during many battles of the Clone Wars, and was one of the last members of the Jedi High Council. Even after his apprentice became a Jedi Knight, Kenobi and Anakin Skywalker fought together many times, becoming a widely renowned pair. Kenobi re-emerged in 0 BBY, shortly before the Battle of Yavin. After Leia Organa was captured by the Empire, she contacted him desperately. Kenobi gave Luke Skywalker his father’s lightsaber and traveled with him to save her.
Below are step by step instruction how to draw Obi-Wan Kenobi. Step one, I drew basic shape of his head and shoulder along with his body. The vertical line in the middle is a measure line for his facial structure, a pair of horizontal lines are half its height . The parallel lines is where I would place his eyes. The nose mark is half way between the eye lines and bottom of the chin. Then the mouth is half of that. Step two, I sketch initial eyes, eyebrows, nose, and lips over the grid lines. Then I sketched out his cloth and coat roughly. Step three, I added medium gray on his hair and coat. Step four, I applied more medium and dark gray on his face to get basic light and shadow. Step five, I added some highlight on his facial feature and some on his clothes. Step six, at this stage I can add some black to bring out the contrast and finish the sketch by clean up.