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Practice Drawing Spider-Man With Me :)
Hello, my fellow artists!
You will need patience for this drawing. Remember, practicing is very important! Never give up. :)
Have fun! ^_^
1) Blue marker (Artist Loft Cobalt Blue)
2) Light Gray marker (PrismaColor Cool Grey 40%)
3) Artist pencil (PrismaColor 6H-6H is the lightest pencil of the set, which is great for sketching)
4) Artist pen (Micron 05 or Pilot Razor Point)
5) A black marker (Pentel Color Brush)
Start off with a basic sketch of the body using a 6H PrismaColor pencil.
Add details of the costume and mask. At this point, I fixed the head, by shaping it.
Outline the body with the artist pen of your choosing.
Sketch the face in greater detail-for easier outline. Detail the logo as well.
Start outlining the costume, and coloring in the spider on his chest.
Don't be afraid to fix an outline while marking with a pen! Sometimes it's for the better.
Always have scrap paper under your drawing otherwise the coloring would bleed through the page! If you're using a sketchbook like me, that's a big no-no! (￣^￣)ゞ
I darken the shades with the Pentel Color Brush. At this point I used my kneaded eraser to erase my first outlines.
I colored Spider-man's costume with the prismacolor gray marker. If you rather color it with his original color, blue, feel free.
I started outlining other black shades with a pen. You can do this with a pencil if you feel more comfortable.
Color with the Pentel Color Brush.
Add more shade to the body with the Prisma color marker, it will enhance your drawing.
I outlined with the blue Artist Loft marker (just because this is my style and its optional!) Make Spider-Man as your own, it makes you a greater artist :-)
I love drawing, and I been trying to practice my comic book skills. If you enjoy this please like and follow! Feel free to critique as well.（＾∇＾）