How to draw Troll from World of Warcraft. Learn to draw a male Troll from a drawing video instruction. We also include step by step images with in depth detail description inside this tutorial. In this tutorial, you will learn to draw a Troll, one of playable races from World of Warcraft. This drawing took me about twenty minutes to draw just for tutorial purpose, it is not a finished refine drawing by any mean. This tutorial will show you how to draw a Trolls head, body and hair. First, I usually start drawing the character using simple geometry shapes. It is an easy way to sketch out just shape first then draw over. It is important to get correct shape, proportion, and position for initial sketch. This way, when you make a final drawing your drawing will be more accurate. Remember to observe the object carefully then keep it simple and keep the foundation correct before you drawing on top of it.
Trolls are a diverse sapient race in Azeroth and can be found in every part of the world. They average seven feet in height and two hundred pounds in weight. Two exceptions to this are the Drakkari and the Zandalari, who tend to be somewhat larger than their kindred. As with other races, there are also scattered trolls who far exceed the normal size range. The savage trolls of Azeroth are infamous for their cruelty, dark mysticism, and seething hatred for all other races. Yet one exception among the trolls is the Darkspear tribe and its cunning leader, Vol’jin. Plagued by a history of subservience and exile, this proud tribe was on the brink of extinction when Warchief Thrall and his mighty Horde forces were driven to the trolls’ remote island home in the South Seas during a violent storm.
Here is a final drawing of Troll from World of Warcraft.
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Below are step by step images how to draw Troll, from basic simple geometry shape in lines to finished drawing of a Troll. Step one, I sketch out simple geometry shape for its head and shoulders. Step two, I then begin to build on top of the previous shape a nose, ears, and hair. Step three, at this point I can draw a solid final line with detail. It can be a finished drawing at this point. Unless you want to add shading and rendering, you can follow step four and five.