How to Draw Spider-Man
Superman drawings usually catch the eye with their energy and bright colors. The stills from the movie Spiderman can make a good background for your PC or work cubicle, but they are not always easy to download for free. Let's try drawing our own Spider-Man using the step-by-step method first in pencil and then using colored pencils. At the same time we'll learn how to draw a human being, which is a useful skill to have. Spider-Man can be relatively challenging to draw. Aside from the proper body shape conveying flexibility and dynamics of the character, we have the task of drawing the complex Spiderman body suit covered in spider web. Now we're going to draw Spider-Man in pencil.
Draw the outline of Spider-Man's body. We begin drawing the Spider-Man by sketching the outline of his body, arms, legs, and head. Try to copy the proportions from my drawing because these initial contours are an important foundation for our entire drawing. If you struggle with this step, you can even print out my sketch this time.
Work on the contours of Spider-Man's body. This is a simple step, but again pays close attention to the proportions so as to not make the character appear skinny or overweight. His arms and legs should be symmetrical. Otherwise, imperfections of this sort tend to right away stand out in a drawing.
Erase previous outline. Remove any excess lines from your drawing now that you're done with the basic initial steps. If needed, correct any contours that do not correspond to the right proportions. This may be difficult to do in later steps.
Spiderman drawing. Detail work. The Spiderman's eyes are concealed behind the mask, so you can only see the triangular slits. He has no shoes but only a diving line in the body suit. Accentuate the chest muscles and add dividing lines for both hands.
Spiderman's body suit. Step after step, we are now ready to work on this fictional character's body suit which resembles a spider web. Keep in mind that such design is present only on his hands, chest, head, and partially legs. The rest of the body suit has no pattern, so you can shade it in with a pencil.
Color in your Spiderman drawing. Now on to the fun part of Spider-Man drawing! Even if you shaded in your drawing with # 2 pencil, you can still use markers or colored pencils to add sharpness to your drawing. Moreover, adding skyscrapers against the nightly sky in the background will give your drawing full effect, as if it is a still from the movie.