How to draw Firestar from Marvel comics. In this tutorial, you will learn to draw Firestar, Angelica Jones, easy to follow step by step drawing. Angelica Jones manifested her mutant microwave energy powers at the age of thirteen, a trauma made worse by the death of her beloved grandmother, Nana. Nana’s passing left Angelica alone with her father Bart, who loved her but had great difficulty coping with Angelica’s mutant nature. Relief arrived in the form of Emma Frost, headmistress of the prestigious Massachusetts Academy, which recruited Angelica and provided special training for her mutant powers.
Before you draw anything, you should observe it carefully and break it down into simple geometry shapes. You should also try to make the 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 Firestar 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.
Firestar’s mastery of microwave energy allows her to generate near-limitless amounts of heat and enables her to fly with enough thrust to carry huge weights aloft. Microwave manipulation, thermal energy blasts. Unlike the Human Torch, she was more than just a fire creator and manipulator; she absorbed and re-directed microwave emissions. She rarely let herself lose control, for fear that she would hurt someone or the environment around her.
Below are step by step how to draw Firestar from X-men. Step one, I started with simple head and torso shapes. Step two, I made two horizontal and one vertical over the face area. We use this line as guide to position her eyes, nose, and mouth. Step three, I drew her eyes, nose, and mouth with careful precision. Step four, I then added her arms, body and hair. Step five, I finished drawing her upper body then added her hips. Step six, I drew her hands, some fire, and finished up her costume.