[TINY TUTORIAL] How to Draw a Mad Scientist

by Lori Rudolph August 12, 2019

[TINY TUTORIAL] How to Draw a Mad Scientist

Runny inkers are a classic. You've probably seen variations on the style by artists like Ronald Searle, Ralph Steadman, and Gerald Scarfe. This is a notoriously tricky style to replicate. Until now.

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to draw a mad scientist in a mid-century comic book style using broken, runny inker brushes from the Broken Inkers Brush Set

We've dubbed this tutorial series "tiny tutorials" because they're designed to get you experimenting with your illustration style and complete the exercise in 15 minutes or less.

So grab the pack, load up your brushes, and follow us along in these eight fiendishly fun and easy steps.

 





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