How to draw Colossus from X-men. This video tutorial shows you how to draw Colossus, a character from X-men. You can scroll down further to see step by step images with instruction. There is a second part of the tutorial if you would like to see. How to color a character Colossus.
Growing up on his parents’ farm, Piotr Rasputin saw his older brother Mikhail become a Cosmonaut. Piotr learned that he too was a mutant, and could transform his flesh into steel, but he was content to use his powers to help his fellow farmers. Colossus can transform his body tissue into an organic, steel-like substance that grants him superhuman strength enabling him to lift/press up to 75 tons and makes him impervious to most injury. His armored form can withstand ballistic penetration as well as temperature extremes from 70º above absolute zero to approximately 9000º F. Colossus cannot become partially or selectively armored; his body is either entirely converted, or not at all.
In this tutorial, you will learn to draw Colossus from step by step drawing instruction. The step by step process will show you how to draw a face and his metallic body and costume from start to finished drawing. In this drawing, you will draw him from natural standing pose from the slightly side view of the character. Colossus doesn’t wear a mask. Though his body is huge, bulky and extremely muscular. It is all cover up with steel. You will need to know male’s muscle structures. The best way I would suggest learning anatomy is to attend life drawing session nearest you. If you cannot, you can always find any anatomy book for artists as a reference source. Another useful method, before you start drawing if you can look at any subject and able to break it down into simple geometry shapes. Start with big shape first, then break it down smaller within the big piece to get his muscle groups correct.
Below is step by step how to draw Colossus from X-men. Again, I usually start drawing a head and facial construction lines. Step two, I then drew his eyes, nose and mouth over the guidelines. Step three, I slowly added his torso and massive right arm. Step four, I drew some costume detail over his body. Step five, I then added deltoids, bi-ceps, and tri-ceps onto his huge arms. Step six, I drew his steel plates detail over his body. Finished!