I suggest you complete the lesson, in which you will learn how to draw Thor step by step. This simple lesson consists of nine steps.
So, I have prepared for you a wonderful drawing lesson in which I will tell and show you how to draw Thor step by step. This is an exciting lesson dedicated to drawing characters. If you are a fan of comics published by Marvel Comics, then this lesson will definitely not leave you indifferent.
Thor is a comic book superhero published by Marvel Comics. The character is based on the image of the god of the same name—the thunderer from the German-Scandinavian mythology.
Thor is one of the most powerful heroes in the Marvel Universe. While on Earth, Thor keeps most of his powers at bay, even when fighting opponents similar to his level of power.
Now, I suggest that you prepare the art supplies you will need to complete this tutorial, and then you can follow my instructions. I wish you enjoy the creative process and get a great result!
- Coloring supplies
Time needed: 35 minutes.
How to Draw Thor Step by Step
- Draw the outline of the character’s head.
To depict this element, draw a free form shape using a curved line.
- Add facial features.
Depict facial features inside the outline of the head using circles, a wavy line and a trapezoid.
- Finish drawing the facial features.
Now depict the eyebrows and elements in the lower part of the face using curved lines.
- Sketch out the character’s hair.
Around the outline of the head, add curved and wavy lines as shown.
- Draw the upper body of Thor.
Below the previously drawn head, draw the neck, shoulders and two arms of the character.
- Add the hammer and the lower torso of the hero.
On the left side, draw the hammer, add elements of the costume using lines of different lengths.
- Depict the Thor’s legs.
Below the previously drawn elements of the costume, add two symmetrical legs.
- Finish drawing Thor’s costume.
Draw the cloak and elements behind the back using curved lines of varying lengths.
- Color the drawing.
To color the Thor, use beige, blue, shades of gray and shades of brown.
Traditionally, for your convenience, I have prepared a PDF file that contains a short version of this lesson, as well as training materials that will help you complete this lesson. Download this file right now so as not to lose this lesson and return to it at any time convenient for you, even if you are not connected to the Internet.
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