How to draw Aquaman from DC universe. Aquaman, also known as Arthur Curry and Orin, is a superhero and the ruler of the seas. As the king of Atlantis and other undersea territories, he technically controls most of the planet. In this tutorial you will learn to draw an DC character Aquaman along with drawing and shading tips. Whether you are a beginners or novices, this tutorial should and will be very helpful with your artistic development. First, if you can break down each part of the face in to basic geometry shapes before you start adding detail. This method will make your drawing process a lot easier, no more struggling or erasing over and over. No matter what you are trying to draw, once you understand its basic foundation and how it is constructed in basic from, the process can be a lot easier than you think. You also have to make sure that eyes, eyebrows, nose and mouth are in correct shapes and accurate spot. That can be done by visually measure it at your best ability or actually measure it. I usually start of using sphere or circle as a base for character’s head shape, then next step would be figuring out the next geometry form to fit into the image.
Aquaman’s abilities include super-strength, durability, super-speed, staying underwater indefinitely, and telepathy, which he uses to communicate with sea-life. His aquatic nature means he requires water regularly at the risk of dehydration, although he is perfectly capable of staying on land for extended periods. The Aquaman Family also includes his wife Mera and his side-kicks Aqualad and Aquagirl, along with a number of others, fighting together against villains. He is also a founding member of the Justice League of America.
Below are step by step how to draw Aquaman from DC comics. Step one, I sketched basic geometry shape for his head. Step two, I sketched a basic torso and both of his arms. Step three, I then drew his eyes, nose and mouth with basic portrait detail on the face. Step four, I draw the rest of his upper torso and shoulders with some muscle structure hint. Step five, I finished the rest of his arms and hands with muscles detail. Step six, I added scales on his costume and finished the rest of his body with darker lines.