Hello! This lesson is dedicated to comic book drawing. Today we’ll draw Captain America, one of the most beloved heroes in the Marvel Universe. Today, we’ll draw Captain America.
Drawing the stickman is the first step. This step requires the use of the stickman because the stickman helps us to determine the proportions, pose, and location of the character in the paper’s list. The main proportions of our stickman are:
The sum of the lengths of seven human heads adds up to human growth.
The shoulder width equals 2-2.5 inches (wide). This rule applies to men’s shoulders, but women’s shoulders tend to be smaller. We draw Captain America so that the shoulders are wide enough for three heads.
Shoulders are wider than the line of the pelvis. This applies only to men’s figures.
Our stickman’s hands must reach the first quarter of cuts between the knee and waist. Our stickman does not have a palm in this step.
We have already said that the growth of a superhero is equal to the total length of seven heads. The length of the legs should be equal to the length of four of these seven heads.
These rules can be used for almost any superhero. Thor has almost the same proportions.
Okay, let’s add flesh to our stickman. The body’s main parts look like simple geometric shapes. The neck, for example, is the cylinder-shaped part (we can only see a small portion). From top to bottom, the torso should look narrow. The pelvis area should look like a triangle.
This scheme was created to be easy in drawing the contours and lines of the hands. The shoulder muscles can be seen:
It was the main muscle that formed the contour of the shoulder. Number four denotes the forearm. Number five denotes that the forearm should not be wider than the palm.
Let’s now talk about the legs. The leg can be divided into:
Each part is unique. Although the hip is quite wide, the area of the leg that runs from the body to the knee is smoother. The calf muscle (also known as gastrocnemius), creates a typical bending of the shin. You should know that muscles such as the core or forearm group muscles, or gastrocnemius are full athletic figures.
Okay, let’s move on to the tutorial. We discussed how to draw Captain America (the leader of the Avengers team). We now have the contours for the figure. Let’s draw a sketch of the face. You should first draw the vertical line that represents facial symmetry. The full-face view shows that this line is located in the center of the face.
Next, draw a horizontal line indicating the location of your eyes. This is the highest horizontal line. Below is the line where his nose and mouth are.
Step 2: Continue drawing the face. As a guide, use the lines drawn in step 1. Draw the mask. The mask’s border should be drawn in straight lines. The little wings and foramina around the eyes are important.
This step is where we draw details of the face. The lines drawn in the previous step should be darkened. Draw the ears and draw the eyes.
Okay, now let’s draw the body. You will first need to draw the pectoralis major muscles. These muscles form the contours of the upper body, together with the deltoid and shoulder muscles. As a guide, use the contours of had’s muscle. The area with vertical stripes is located under the pectoralis major muscle.
Next, draw the contour of your neck. The neck is a series of vertical lines that run between the chest muscles and the mandible. This is the last step.
Yes, it is hard to draw lessons. This step should be used to draw the hand. This step is the most important. It details the major muscle groups that formed the contours of the shoulders. The rounded contours of your shoulder biceps and deltoid muscles can be seen.
The glove covers almost all of the forearm. We should only draw the contours of the glove and not the fist. This is difficult because the human hand is the most mobile part of the body.
This step is where we draw the opposite hand of our hero. You can see the more prominent roundness of the deltoid muscles. The lines of the cubital fossa are important. These lines look like the letter “Y”. The rounded lines draw Capitan America’s shield. We have a slightly different view of the first in this step:
We have now completed the picture of the first avenger. Next, draw the pelvis and legs. Draw the belt and darken the triangle in the pelvis area.
Next, darken the contours on the legs. Draw the quadriceps femoris contour. Because the quadriceps is almost at the front of the hip, we haven’t marked its contours.
The knee joint is located below the femur. A patella is part of the knee joint. You can see the patella under your skin so you can draw it. Next, draw the boots. The rim at the bottom of the boot is important. Don’t forget to include the skin folds. These lines look like horizontal ones.
Although it’s hard to believe, we have practically drawn Capitan America. We now have one task: the shadows. Our drawing lesson’s final result looks like the comics-style drawing. The shadows are therefore bright black contrast stains. This is the correct way to draw shadows.
A solid pencil is used to draw the contours of shadows;
This is ours was painted black with a soft pencil