Here in this monster lesson – how to draw Godzilla, the KING OF ALL MONSTERS! – I was going to leave the ‘what’s he melting with his fire beam part’ – up to you. As you can see, this completely fell through, and instead — he’s roasting a marshmallow.
I have to say… this lesson was really enjoyable to make. I hope you like it.
First Step – A Structure to Draw a King… of Monsters!
Similar to a dragon or a dinosaur – this reptile-like beast is simple enough to draw when we map out its structure before-hand. Below is the arrangement I came up with — see if this helps…
And as you can see – I plan on incorporating Godzilla’s ‘fire blast’ – as marked off by the pink line. This’ll be helpful as when drawing the mouth, you can plan the positioning of the teeth – the lower right row will need to be omitted as they will be obscured by the blue fire beam.
Well I don’t know about you but I’m ready to draw! Let’s go…
Second Step – How to Draw Godzilla
Before you tackle this monster, let’s note some key features – that once incorporated into your drawing – will make it look all the more like it’s ‘supposed to’ — a likeness to the original monster.
There’s the ‘puffy eyebrows’ and cheeks, small pointed ears, a broad body width, and the ‘frilly’ spikes along his back. These things all account for his trademark look – thins we need to incorporate for the likeness we’re going for.
That in mind – let’s draw…
So… how does yours look? What did you have him ‘melting away’ with his fire blast? Marshmallow like mine? A little more geared to the movies, and an entire city would be your best bet. 🙂
Well there you go. You’re done!