How to draw flying Green Lantern. In this tutorial, you will learn how to draw Green Lantern in dynamic flying pose. You will learn to draw his face with mask, hair and body in flying position. This is an easy to follow step by step drawing instruction. First, I usually start drawing with simple geometry shapes to construct the basic Manga head and body. This method will make your drawing process a lot easier. It aims to get the shape and proportion right in the beginning. As for his face, I usually start of with basic portrait sketch and figure just like drawing any real portrait. It is important that you should study drawing figure from real people, then you can always use the knowledge to translate it into comics art. It is more difficult the other way around, but it is possible. Though you will be more versatile if you know how to draw real proportion from real people first hand. Because once you know the actual true proportion then you can use that as a base for any character. In comics, proportion is usually exaggerated in male superhero especially so knowing anatomy will help you in the future.
Green Lantern is a superhero and an intergalactic police officer in the DC Universe. Each Green Lantern possesses a power ring and power lantern that gives the user great control over the physical world as long as the wielder has sufficient willpower and strength to wield it. The ring is one of the most powerful weapons in the universe and can be very dangerous. While the ring of the Golden Age Green Lantern (Alan Scott) is magically powered, the rings worn by all subsequent Lanterns are technological creations of the Guardians of the Universe, who granted such rings to worthy candidates. Hal Jordan was the first human Corps member, and is known as possibly the greatest of all time because he never gives up under any circumstances. He received his ring from his predecessor the dying alien Abin Sur, and was a founding member of the Justice League of America.
Below are step by step how to draw Green Lantern. Step one, I just sketched his basic facial structure with construction line. Step two, I drew his eyes, nose and mouth over the construction lines. I also sketched basic torso. Step three, I then added his arms and legs in perspective. Step four, I refine his facial structure and some of the muscles on his upper body. Step five, I drew out the rest of both his arm and hands. Step six, I finished the rest of his body along with his costume.