How to draw Robin from Batman of DC comics. Deducing the identities of Batman and Nightwing, Timothy Drake revealed this knowledge to them and argued the need for a Robin to give Batman hope in the face of the darkness he fights. In this tutorial, you will learn to draw Robin, Tim Drake, with step by step drawing instruction. This tutorial provide useful information and insight of general artistic process for comics drawing. You will learn how to draw Robin in a leaping or flying pose. It helps you gain knowledge of drawing whether facial or figure. You will learn to draw a Ingrid’s face and body along with her unique hair style, mask and costume. This drawing of Robin is leaning toward the older costume version. I will also show you how to draw his face, muscle structure along with the dynamic movement pose. Even though most of her character are covered by costume, it is still useful to know anatomy. Most comics superheroes costume design to be fitted so that you can always see muscle structures. It is important to make sure that the visible anatomy is as accurate as possible if you are interested in being a character concept artist. The best way I have learned anatomy is attending life drawing session.
The first incarnation of the character, Dick Grayson. Conceived as a vehicle to attract young readership, Robin garnered overwhelmingly positive critical reception, doubling the sales of the Batman related comic books. The early adventures of Robin included Star Spangled, which was the character’s first solo feature. As Robin, Dick Grayson made regular appearances in Batman related comic books and other DC Comics publications from 1940 through the early 1980s until the character set aside the Robin identity and became the independent superhero Nightwing.
Below are step by step how to draw Robin from Batman. Step one, I sketched his basic head and upper torso. Step two, I finished his face with a mask then drew two of his arms apart. Step three, I then added his pelvis and legs. Step four, then I drew darker line over his upper body and part of his shoulders. Step five, I finished both of his arms and hands along with gloves. Step six, I drew over the body with his costume and cape. Then I am done.