When it comes to Star Wars, there are many awesome characters to choose from when picking a favorite.
The character of Boba Fett has been a favorite of Star Wars fans since his first appearance, and he managed to achieve this reputation despite not having much to say in his first appearances.
He has been getting more time in the spotlight with appearances in modern Star Wars shows and other media, so it’s a great time to be a Boba Fett fan!
If you love the mysterious bounty hunter, then learning how to draw Boba Fett should be a lot of fun for you!
This step-by-step guide on how to draw Boba Fett in just 6 steps will show you how to draw the deadly warrior.
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- How to Draw Boba Fett – Let’s Get Started!
How to Draw Boba Fett – Let’s Get Started!
We shall start this guide on how to draw Boba Fett by drawing his shoulder on the left along with the top of his jetpack.
First, draw two curved lines close to one another for the rim of his armor where his arm would poke out.
Then, draw some more curved lines to create the small piece of armor that would go over his shoulder.
Once those parts are drawn, you can then add the outline for his arm dropping down. Finally for this step, we shall draw the top of his jetpack.
This section almost looks like the head of a rocket and it will be drawn in several sections. Once you have it looking as it does in our reference image, you will be ready to move to step 2!
Step 2 – Now, draw more of his shoulders and armor
Now we shall continue drawing more of the body for your Boba Fett drawing whilst also adding some detail to it.
Use some curved lines for the opening of his armor that his neck would extend out of to start. Then, use some more slightly curved lines for the tops of his shoulders.
You can also extend a straight line across the top of his chest to create the top of his armor.
There will also be some more armor over his shoulder on the right. Once all these aspects have been drawn, finish off by adding some weathering details onto the parts that you have drawn so far.
Step 3 – Next, draw the details for his armor
Boba Fett has a rather detailed set of armor that he wears, and we will draw the chest plate in this step of our guide on how to draw Boba Fett.
There will be a lot of detail packed into this chest piece, so you will definitely want to refer closely to the reference image as you draw.
The armor is made up of several shapes that slot together to form the pattern that you see in the image.
There are a few small markings embedded in it as well, and you can then finish off by adding some scuff marks and battle damage to the surface. Then it will be on to step 4!
Step 4 – Now, draw the outlines of his helmet
Perhaps the most recognizable part of Boba Fett’s appearance is his iconic helmet. No Boba Fett drawing would be complete without it, so we shall add it now!
Using the reference image as your guide, you can use some rounded lines for the outline of the helmet. The helmet will also have a T-shaped hole at the front.
The final aspect to add will be the flippable visor on the left-hand side of the helmet. There will be a space left at the base of the helmet, but we will fill that in shortly.
Step 5 – Add the final details to your Boba Fett drawing
You have almost completed this picture, and we have just a few more details before you move on to the final step of this guide on how to draw Boba Fett.
The details that we will be adding will be composed mainly of some more scuff and battle damage detail throughout his helmet and armor. You can also use a small line to draw the base of his helmet.
Once you have added all of these details, you could also add some elements and details of your own!
One idea would be to draw a background, and you could either replicate your favorite Boba Fett scene or create a brand new one. How will you finish off this Boba Fett drawing?
Step 6 – Finish off your Boba Fett drawing with color
This final part of your Boba Fett drawing is where you can finish him off with some color!
In our reference image, we went with the classic color scheme that Boba Fett features in his various appearances. That means that we used some greens, yellows and reds for his helmet and armor.
If you would like to have Boba Fett looking accurate to the films, then you can replicate the colors as we used them in our image.
We can’t wait to see which colors, art tools and mediums you use to finish off this famous bounty hunter!
Your Boba Fett Drawing is Complete!
With that, you have successfully completed your mission of replicating this famous character in our guide on how to draw Boba Fett!
His armor and features have a lot of detail packed into them, so in this guide we aimed to make it much easier for you by breaking it down into smaller steps. Hopefully this made it easier and more fun for you!
Now you can show off how you would like to finish off this image by adding your own ideas.
We mentioned a few ways that you could go about doing this, but now you can also show off other cool ways of finishing it off.
Whether you add some details, draw a background or experiment with some awesome art mediums, we can’t wait to see what you do!
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