How to draw Quicksilver from the Avengers. Quicksilver possessed superhuman speed, and could travel on foot at speeds exceeding the speed of sound for hundreds of miles before tiring. He could also use his speed to create cyclones, dodge machine gun and laser fire, and run up walls and across water. In this tutorial, you will learn to draw a Quicksilver or Pietro Django Maximoff in comics style drawing. Quicksilver is about six feets tall with lean muscular body type. This is a basic drawing tutorial, it should be easy for everyone to follow. Unlike some of my intermediate or digital painting tutorials, I try to make this as simple as possible. It is very important for any artist to have some knowledge of anatomy. Most American comics, the uniform are form fitting so you will have to draw character’s muscle groups. Though you don’t have to know all the muscle groups on the body, it is still very important to make sure that the visible part of muscles are correct. The best way I would suggest to learn anatomy from any anatomy for artist book and to attend life drawing session nearest you. Another drawing tips that will make your drawing process easier is to first break down the subject in simple geometry forms. Before I begin to draw something, I will observe and break down the subject in simple shapes. I always make the initial sketch simple, that way it is easier when you draw more detail on top of the established shapes. It is a lot easier to draw once you observe the over all shape of the object or person you are trying to draw. In this drawing, you will see Quicksilver in a natural standing pose. You should not be intimidate with all the muscles, anatomy, and detail of the characters.
Quicksilver exposed himself to the Terrigen Mists, resulting in him now possessing the power to vibrate his atoms so quickly he travels forward in time. His molecular speed that he generates displaces him out of the mainstream time/space so that he is able to propel himself into the future
Below are step by step how to draw Quicksilver. First, I began sketching his head shape and some lines for his facial feature. Step two, I then drew his eyes, mouth, lips and then chest. Step three, I finished up the rest of his face and muscle detail on body then both arms. Step four, I drew his hair. Step five, I added his fist and upper legs. Step five, I then put his thunder logo and collars onto his outfit.