How to Draw EREN YEAGER in TITAN FORM (Attack on Titan) Drawing Tutorial

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This is one of those videos that I hesitated to do for a long time because it is a huge spoiler for those who have not yet seen ATTACK ON TITAN. But since the first season is already four years old, I figured it should be okay now to let you know that yes, EREN YEAGER does transform into a titan in the anime show as well as the manga.

Keep in mind that season 2 just recently finished as of the date this video is posted. So no, I won’t do any tutorials that spoil season 2 reveals anytime soon.

Also, try not to spoil any season 2 stuff in the comments too, please! Thanks.

Happy drawing,


Eren Jaeger (エレン・イェーガー Eren Yēgā) is a member of the Scout Regiment and the main protagonist of Attack on Titan. He is the only son of Grisha and Carla Jaeger and the adoptive brother of Mikasa Ackermann, and he possesses the power to transform into a Titan.

As a Titan, Eren’s appearance changes quite drastically. Along with a massive increase in height (to 15 m), his hair grows long enough to graze his shoulders, with his tongue and ears becoming elongated. His facial features also undergo a transformation. Along with a prominent, hooked nose, his eyes are deeply sunken within their sockets, and his mouth takes on an unusual, jagged shape that is unsuited for intelligible speech, though he is capable of howling and roaring when expressing his exhaustion and anger. He also lacks lips and flesh on his cheeks, exposing all his teeth.



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  1. Marco Lehmann
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    Hello Ramnutt
    I’m Marco, a comic drawer in Switzerland. I love you tutorials, because there are so good explained and also your technics are great.
    So, what shall I say, I’m a good drawer, but sometimes I think – oh, I want to be better. So your tutorials are very helpfull. I try different styles of inking, with pigmaliners or I discovered the water brush pen and was surprised how good it could work. If I can support you and you can help me too to developp my style, please let me know.
    Greetings from Switzerland.
    Marco Lehmann

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