How to draw Blink from Marvel’s X-men. In this tutorial, you will learn to draw a Blink, Clarice Ferguson, in Marvel comics style drawing. Blink was created by Scott Lobdell and Joe Madureira. Blink is a mutant from Earth-295, the alternate reality known as the Age of Apocalypse. Clarice was born with odd pigmentation, resulting in purple skin and pink hair. When she was four, her parents moved her from their native Bahamas to Miami, in hopes that the larger population would result in a larger amount of mutants. Before I begin to draw something, I will observe the subject and break it down into simple geometry shapes first. 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. In this drawing, you will see Blink in a natural front view standing pose. I will only draw the top half of the character. It is very important have some knowledge of anatomy as an artist, specially if you want to be a professional commercial artist. 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.
Blink possessed the ability to generate teleportation warps, allowing her to displace people and objects. Her effective range was to the moon and back. Blink also could manifest the energy for her portals in the form of short javelins, which caused their targets to teleport. She used this power offensively and defensively.
Below are step by step how to draw Blink from Marvel. Step one, I sketched head shape and body using simple shape. Step two, I then use vertical and paralleled horizontal lines to constructed her face. Step three, I added eyes, nose, lips and some hair. I also sketched both her arms really rough. Step four, I drew her outfit and gloves. Step five, I shade in gray value on her cloth and gloves. Step six, I drew over the whole image with darker lines and finished the rest of the drawing.