In this lesson, you will learn how to draw Spider-Man step by step. This instruction consists of only nine very easy steps.
I will show you how to draw a Spider-Man step by step. I promise that the lesson will be interesting and will help you train your artistic skills.
If you like to draw popular characters, then you will definitely like this lesson, because now you will learn how to draw Spider-Man step by step.
This is a superhero that is known from the comics published by Marvel Comics. Spider-Man has extraordinary abilities, he is strong, agile, and able to move freely on any surface thanks to the web. This hero is dressed in a special suit, there is a mask on his head.
In this drawing, Spider-Man is presented in a cartoon form. Pay attention to the proportions of the body, where the head is larger than the body, and the arms and legs are very short. You can easily draw a popular superhero in this way.
This lesson will require your attention and patience, as you will have to draw a lot of lines on the character’s body, but you will get a good result and be proud of yourself.
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 30 minutes.
How to Draw Spider-Man Step by Step
- Draw the head.
To do this, depict an even oval.
- Depict the eyes.
You need to draw straight smooth lines.
- Sketch out the torso.
From the head, drawdown two smooth lines.
- Depict the legs.
With the help of smooth rounded lines add short legs.
- Add the arms.
Draw two rounded lines to depict the arms that fit snugly against the torso.
- Detail the clothes.
With the help of straight and rounded lines depict individual elements of clothing.
- Sketch out the web.
On the head and on the body, consistently draw smooth lines.
- Add details.
Sketch out the small spider on the chest and draw short transverse lines to depict the web.
- Color the Spider-Man.
You will need red and blue for the clothes and gray for the mask on the eyes.
I remind you that for your convenience, I have prepared a PDF file with a short version of the lesson in advance. Download the file and use it if you want to return to this lesson again.