How to draw Spiderman. Learn to draw comics superhero. This video tutorial shows you how to draw Spiderman. Step by step images is also included in this tutorial below.
This one is a bit more stylize than realistic style. I found that it is fun to exaggerate or accentuate the figure. It is also a personal preference. It’s a big different from drawing the Hulk with massive exaggeration of muscle groups from the previous video tutorial. SpiderMan, on the other hand, is very slim but still muscular. So it is a good practice to draw smaller and bigger muscle structures on the figure.
This is a new 2014 version. I updated it from the older Spiderman tutorial 2008 version.
I thought I should upgrade the tutorial because the older one was outdated. This new video tutorial has better pictures and sounds. It also shows how to use contour lines to accentuate form and shape of the body.
Below are step by step drawing SpiderMan tutorial.
For those of you who request more of how to draw action poses. You can look for it below.
If you are looking for a more realistic tutorial for studying then there are portraits tutorials go watch Character Design Face Male Merchant Character or Drawing Male Face Swordman and Learn how to draw and paint a face. Also, basic instruction for step by step drawing “Drawing humans head female face how to” and step by step still images go to digital painting and drawing learn to draw and How to draw a face and head shading. Well, hope these instructions and tips are helpful.
Again, this piece is a quick sketch study. It is not as pretty like my finished piece. Just good fun for me and for demonstration purpose
Here is another Spiderman drawing in swinging pose.
Here is step by step how to draw Spiderman to go along drawing with the video instruction. Watch the drawing video tutorial above for more detail in depth instruction.
Final Spiderman swinging
Anyway, more superheroes are coming up and it’s very refreshing for me to study and do quick sketches rather than never ending painting of illustration from time to time. I was never really a big fan of drawing superheroes, but now it’s addictive. It’s like I don’t have to think much in term of concept, just focus on the accuracy of the figure and have fun with the muscle groups. No wonder, many good artists love to draw them. 🙂
Below is step by step drawing Spiderman 2008 version.