Superheroes are currently in vogue. They can be found in a large number of old comic books, movies, books, toys, and other media. Many children stand in for a timeless piece of childhood. You’ll adore this straightforward superhero, regardless of whether Superman, Batman, Captain America, Wonder Woman, or the Green Lantern are your favorite characters.
Drawing For Kids, you may learn how to draw one of these well-known comic book characters using our How to Draw a Superhero guide. With a nod to Superman, this superhero has a unique spin. Nevertheless, feel free to modify it and use your colors!
Simple Superhero Drawing
Draw your superhero and display it on the refrigerator or a bulletin board as a birthday party activity.
Before you start, an important drawing tip is to center a vertical and horizontal line on your page. Students can use these lines to determine where to place their next drawing point and ensure that their drawing is symmetrical.
Draw the head first.
- Start by drawing a curved line from the top down. At each end of the line, draw a diagonal, horizontal line. Join the two lines at the bottom with a vertical line (the chin).
Step two involves drawing the superhero’s hair.
- This knight is covered with a luxuriant mane of hair. The beginning is a thin vertical line off the side of the skull. To finish the look, pull two V-shaped sections of hair up and over the top of the head (in a U-shape). Don’t forget the superhero’s curly cue! Like Superman, our superhero should have a lock of hair that curls and falls in the middle of his forehead.
Draw the body and neck of the superhero.
- From the sides of the head, draw two vertical lines. A long vertical line should connect the bottom two lines. This will stand in for the superhero’s shoulders. Draw a curved line at each end of the vertical line that converges in the middle. The body should have a triangle-like shape.
In step four, draw the superhero’s legs.
- I tried to give the impression that his legs had some muscle. To do this, draw two lines away from the lower third of the body. These lines should have a small bend to them. Draw a horizontal line, then curl around to form the feet (for the toe area). The legs are finished by two curved lines that intersect in the middle of each inside leg. Thanks to this curvature, our superhero has some noticeable muscle definition!
Sketch the biceps of a superhero (upper arms).
- Feel free to sketch the superhero in other positions, even though I designed him with his arms raised!
- To start the biceps, draw a series of curved and straight lines. See the YouTube tutorial for more detailed instructions on how to do this. This one could be a little difficult. Take your time, that’s all.
It involves drawing superhero forearms.
- Time to sketch the forearms and gloves! These consist of several curving lines. Use the graphic below as a guide.
It involves drawing the superhero’s belt and cape.
- The hero wears a cape. Cut a semicircle from shoulder to shoulder across the cape’s apex. Next, make two diagonal, straight lines with rounded ends. The lines are connected by a curved line (representing the bottom portion of the cape).
- The belt’s primary lines are its structure. Start by tracing two parallel, vertical lines halfway along the body. To finish the belt, draw four straight vertical lines representing buckles.
Create the superhero’s shield.
- This stage can be a little difficult. Let’s begin by creating a straightforward triangle. Inside the triangle is a drawn S for Superman. If you want to keep it straightforward, draw a regular S inside the shield. To make a thicker superhero S, utilize the tutorial’s curved lines. Want more guidance? Watch the YouTube video for a more detailed walk-through. Watch for the tiny steps that make up the letter S.
Finish by sketching the superhero’s face.
- First, I drew his eyes; I used two tiny black circles. His oval-shaped eyes would be equally effective (if you prefer that shape).
- His eyebrows above the eyes are depicted by two little rectangles I drew.
In the center of the face, draw the nose.
- Draw the mouth of the superhero directly beneath the nose. I choose to incline his mouth upward. As a result, he felt a little more assured. I drew a curved line towards the right and joined the two ends to do this.
- Your superhero drawing needs to be colored in as the tenth and last stage.
I particularly enjoy coloring. Furthermore, adding color can elevate an average drawing to special status! You can choose any colors you desire; I just opted for Superman colors.