How to draw Banshee Sean Cassidy from X-men. Banshee’s superhumanly powerful lungs, throat and vocal cords could produce a sonic scream for various effects, in concert with limited, reflexive psionic powers which directed his sonic vibrations. He could hover or fly at the speed of sound. In this tutorial, you will learn to draw a Banshee or Sean Cassidy in comics style drawing. Banshee regular six feets tall muscular body type. He also has piece of special cloth web connect his torso and both inner arms to help him glide in the air. This is a very simple and basic drawing tutorial, it should be easy for everyone including beginners. Unlike some of my intermediate or digital painting tutorials, I try to make this as simple and easy as possible. It is very important to have some knowledge of anatomy for any artist, specially if you want to be good at character design for games or penciller for comics. Most of American comics, the uniform are form fitting so you will have to draw character’s muscle groups. Though you don’t have to know every muscles on the body, but it is still very important to make sure that the visible anatomy is correct. The best way I would suggest to learn anatomy is to to attend life drawing session nearest you. One more drawing tips that will make your drawing process easier is to break down the subject in simple geometry shapes first. Before I draw something, I will observe and break down the subject in simple geometries. I will always make the drawing or initial sketch simple, that way it is easier when you draw more detail on top of the simple 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 Banshee in a natural standing pose. You should not be intimidate with all the muscles, anatomy, and detail of the characters.
Below are step by step tutorial how to draw Banshee. First, I started with the head shape along with measurement lines to align his eyes, nose and mouth. Step two, I drew his eyes, nose and mouth on top of the initial guidelines. I also added his torso in this step. Step three, I drew both his arms out and some addition muscle detail on his rib cage. Step four, I began to roughed out his hips and legs. Step five, I drew his hands, abdominal muscles, and more muscle structure on his forearms. Step six, I then added his web cloth piece in between both his arms and side of the body.