In this drawing instruction, I will show you how to draw Black Panther, a Marvel Universe character created by Stan Lee back in 1966.
In this tutorial, I will show you how to draw Black Panther in a simplified version of his modern costume. But of course, you can use this instruction to draw him in his classic costume, or without a mask.
In addition, you may notice that Black Panther is drawn in a simplified manner, close to the chibi style. To bring T’Challa’s proportions closer to realistic, just make the head a little smaller and the torso a little larger.
If you’re ready, then let’s get started!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 35 minutes.
How to Draw Black Panther
- Sketch out the head and torso.
Use really light and smooth lines at this stage.
- Draw the eyes.
Please note that the outlines of the eyes should be angular.
- Draw the arms.
To do this, use two long and flowing lines.
- Add details.
Draw the lines of the gloves and the outlines of the belt.
- Draw the legs.
First, sketch the outlines of the legs with a couple of simple lines, then the outlines of the feet.
- Draw the ears and necklace.
These details should also be depicted using straight and clear lines.
- Add some details.
Using the same straight lines draw patterns on the suit.
- Erase the guidelines.
After that, you can trace your Black Panther drawing to make it more cartoonish.
- Color the drawing.
Use a combination of black (or dark gray) and white for this.
I hope this Black Panther drawing tutorial was helpful for you, your children, or students. Do not forget to download the PDF version of the instruction, which includes the stages of the guide, a coloring page, tracing worksheet, and grid drawing worksheet.