How To Draw A Cartoon Super Hero
This is an old, old question: do you want to have extra flight power or invisibility? I would go with invisibility, but I can not teach a long lesson about how to draw a cartoon superhero. So, I will teach you how to draw a flying caped hero sinking into the sky.
Drawing comic book superheroes is always a lot of fun, but sometimes it’s fun to draw cartoony-looking heroes as well. That is the direction we are going.
How to Draw the Basic Body of a Cartoon Super Hero
Let’s start by drawing ideas for the red line you see running through the picture. That’s our line of action and helping us build a character with the proper flow. Because of the funny perspective, we had to draw some kidney-bean shapes for his body. We will place a circle for his head and then remove the chin. Finally, we’ll take the curved triangle at the bottom to make her waist.
How To Draw A Cartoon Super Hero Of Arms
We will draw each arm into four parts: Shoulders, upper and lower arms, and hands. Notice how I draw the parts that alternate with each other on his right side. Draw several shoulders overlying the edges of the bean shape. Exercise your time when you draw fingers and hands. Draw a hand that is massive to show it coming from the viewer. If you notice, it’s about the same size as the bean shape we drew for the body.
Draw Legs Of Cartoon Super Hero
We will draw each leg in three parts. You can remove the feet as accurate triangles and then round off the sides. It is essential to draw the legs tiny to show them off in the distance. Still, make sure to draw some swells on his legs to show off his powerful muscles.
Draw a Cartoon Super Hero Face
Unless he’s the Hulk, the object, or some other freaky monster hero, the chances are that your hero will be great-looking. We will draw our hero in classic, beautiful looks. Follow the lines drawn through her face to balance her facial features. Get her eyes big and expressive to give her that vibe of cartoony. Draw a mask, and change my mask design if you like.
How To Draw The Cape And Costume Of A Cartoon Super Hero
The reaction responds to gravity. When you draw any clothing, the cages will react to two things: gravity and a body part that pulls it or prevents it. Since most of her clothes are tight leather, they won’t complain of gravity. However, the cape must be drawn such that the force of its flight drags. It is through the wind and against the force of gravity.
At this stage in our lesson, I want to encourage you to step away and be creative with yourself if you wish. You can skip the cape and mask, or you can draw crazier combinations. Have fun designing your character with this one.
Color In Your Super Hero
Congratulations! You have finished drawing the superhero. Select any colors you like as you fill him. Perhaps you want to change her race by changing her hair or skin color or her hairstyle. Have fun drawing your quality, and understand that there are no incorrect answers. Please see below where you can upload your cool drawings based on this character. I would love to see what your future holds.
Thanks for drawing me!
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