Okay, we have posted a lot of cute / chibi /kawaii styled super heroes / and comic book characters lately. So, I figured I would combine them all into one post to make them easier to find. Below you will find drawing tutorials for chibi Harley Quinn, Robin, Spiderman, Thor, Captain America, Wonder Woman, Deadpool, Superman, and Batman. This style is much easier to learn how to draw, so are great for beginners and kids. Have fun!
Composition in a drawing is the arranging of the objects, the lines, and the dark and light spots, so that the important parts of the drawing stand out, yet a feeling of unity throughout the drawing is apparent. In arranging the composition of your drawings, there are several rules that should be kept in mind if your finished cartoon is to be effective and interesting.
We have already posted an article about shading cartoons and comics...so you can consider this part 2 of the cartoon shading tutorials. This article will discuss sketching simple objects and people in different positions in relation to a light source and how it affects the shadows and shading of that subject.
Today we will show you how to draw Spiderman with the following easy-to-follow, step by step drawing lesson. Spider-Man is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero that was featured in several comic book series, as well as tv cartoons, and the star of many movies. Find out how to draw him on the following instructional page.
Today, we will show you how to draw Green Lantern from Marvel Comics series. The Green Lantern possesses a power ring and power lantern that gives the user great control over the physical world as long as the wielder has sufficient willpower and strength to wield it. The ring is one of the most powerful weapons in the universe, and can be very dangerous. The following drawing tutorial will show you how to draw Green Lantern in an easy-to-following, step by step format. Have fun.
Today, we will show you how to draw Flash from DC Comics series. The Flash is a name shared by several fictional comic book superheroes from the DC Comics universe. Nicknamed the Scarlet Speedster, all incarnations of the Flash possess "super-speed", which includes the ability to run and move extremely fast, use superhuman reflexes and seemingly violate certain laws of physics.
Today, I will show you how to draw Marvel Comic's Spiderman (his face) in simple steps. Spiderman is one of the most popular Super Heroes of the Comic Book fan base, as well as with boys (and some girls) of all ages and teens. Spider-Man is a fictional Marvel Comics superhero that was featured in several comic book series, as well as tv cartoons, and the star of many movies. Find out how to draw him on the following instructional page.
Today I will teach you how to take an ordinary capital letter 'A' and draw a Cartoon Wizard and Wizard's Hat with 5 Pointed Stars on it. If you like drawing cartoons out of alphabet letters, then this will be a fun drawing / cartooning tutorial for you and your friends. This is a great drawing lesson for kids and preschoolers.
Today I will teach you how to take an ordinary capital letter 'B' and draw a cute cartoon bird sitting on a branch with it. If you like drawing cartoons out of alphabet letters, then this will be a fun drawing / cartooning tutorial for you and your friends. This is a great drawing lesson for kids and preschoolers.
It is so much fun to draw cartoons & comic characters from the shapes of alphabet letters and numbers. But have you ever tried drawing a cartoon character out of a letter 'E'? This cartoon character man’s face was drawn from the shape of a letter– ‘E’. Kids will love to draw this and it is an especially great activity for small children, toddlers, and preschoolers – if an adult sticks around to help them draw the character.
It is so much fun to draw cartoons from the shapes of alphabet letters and numbers. This cartoon character man’s face was drawn from the shape of a capital letter ‘B’. This old man is smoking a bubble pipe. Kids will love to draw this and it is an especially great activity for small children, toddlers, and preschoolers – if an adult sticks around to help them draw the character.
People come in all different shapes and sizes....and this goes for people's faces and heads as well. Today we will be covering the different proportions of a 'normal' human head / face....such as the distance between the eyes, nose, mouth, chin, ears, eye brows, hair, etc. Then we will cover the different shapes of comic / cartoon heads and how distorting the proportions and distance between facial features, you can draw humorous faces and even just different shaped faces.
It is so much fun to draw cartoons from the shapes of alphabet letters and numbers. This cartoon character man's face was drawn from the shape of a capital letter 'A'. Kids will love to draw this and it is an especially great activity for small children, toddlers, and preschoolers - if an adult sticks around to help them draw the character.
Good composition in a comic picture means that certain rules have been observed to make the finished effect harmonious and pleasing. When one item in a picture stands out it becomes the central point of interest, so be careful that nothing else conflicts with the element you wish to make more important. Read and study the following comic strip layout and composition instructions lesson to find out how to draw pleasing comics & pages & comic panels.
There are many different methods, techniques, and strategies to drawing the comic cartoon head and face. We are going to cover the oval method of cartooning faces today. This is one of the more popular methods of drawing a cartoon face. The below example is for drawing the comic face from the front.
Shadows are dark tones which result from some object being in the direct path of light, while shading in a drawing represents the tones on an object that vary from dark to light according to the way the light strikes it. Though comic pictures seldom need any elaborate use of shadows, the forms of figures and objects are brought out effectively by shadows if drawn correctly.
Five forms that can be used as a basis for a variety of heads are the round head, heart-shaped head, long head, wide head, and the pear shaped head. By shifting the 'eye-line' up or down, the same type of face can be made to look entirely different. Find out how to draw the different shapes of head by looking at the comic cartoon faces and heads with different shaped heads tutorial below
Find out how to start your own comic strip. This very comprehensive article / tutorial will guide you through coming up with a comic strip idea, how to lay out your comic strip page, how to write comic lettering, and how to keep continuity in your comic strip from day to day, week to week, year to year. There are also many illustrated examples that will guide you through the cartooning / comic strip process. Good luck.
Being able to draw cartoon characters is just one part of the cartooning equation. You also must know how to draw the comic figure in action and in motion. Today, we will learn how to draw a cartoon man, strutting / marching down the street, twirling his cane around his finger, and about to slip on a banana peel.
Do you love your toy teddy bear and want to learn how to draw one? We have put together a simple tutorial detailing how to draw a bigger teddy bear, hugging a smaller toy teddy bear. It is something that you will be able to do, because we give instructions for building up the bear's form with simple shapes, letters, and numbers.
Do you want to learn how to draw the comic cartoon body? You will find it helpful to have methods and techniques to follow when drawing the human figure, so we have put together this tutorial to give you some routines to follow. With the application of a few simple rules, you will be able to create amazing cartoons and comics in no time flat. Today, I will be showing you a technique to draw a proportional cartoon figure from the front view.
If you are interested in becoming a comic book artist or in drawing comics of any form, you will need to be able to draw characters in many different poses. The kicker is that you will need to retain the character's appearance and 'look' so that people know who is who in each scene. This is a drawing exercise for you to learn how to retain the appearance of a comic / cartoon character.