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Drawing Jedi Younglings

Drawing Jedi Younglings

Ever wanted to draw Star Wars characters and vehicles just like the professional comic book artists? In this step-by-step series, Star Wars artists and illustrators show you how to draw some of the most beloved characters in the saga.

Star Wars illustrator Katie Cook explains with these easy-to-follow steps how to draw the cute Jedi younglings — Nautolan boy Zinn Toa, Gungan girl Roo-Roo Page and Rodian boy Wee Dunn — from the “Children of the Force” episode in Season 2 of The Clone Wars.

Steps 1-4 are drawn lightly with a pencil. No pen, no dark lines. Finished lines and details will come at the end.

Step One:

When Drawing Jedi Younglings start by lightly drawing your basic shapes.

Step Two:

Lightly begin to rough in some more of the bodies and head shapes.

Step Three:

Now that you have the basic forms roughed in, you can start adding more detail like facial features and hands.

Step Four:

Start adding your final details on the face and clothes. Your pencils are done!

Step Five:

You can use any pen or marker that you’re comfortable with. I use Pigma Micron Pens, but any good black pen or marker will work great! When your ink is dry (and make sure it is!) you can erase all your pencil lines and you’ll be left with nice, clean black lines.

Drawing Jedi Younglings

Step Six:

Color, color, color! You can use markers, crayons, colored pencils or even your computer to color your Jedi Younglings! This drawing was colored using colored pencils.

For more fun and helpful tips on how to draw your favorite Star Wars characters visit our Star Wars drawing tutorial archive.

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