In our previous drawing classes, we taught you the art of drawing Captain Marvel. However, as you are aware the name is used not by a single individual, but by a variety of characters. We’re going to draw the very first person that wore the name. We’ll begin with our lesson on drawing Mar-Vell.
Let’s begin with the sketch of the skeleton of our character. The first step is to sketch the head in the shape of an oval. Then draw a line around the spine, over which we draw the pelvis and chest. With simple lines, sketch legs and arms. Remember that all lines must be drawn using very thin lines.
Then, draw the face with intersecting lines using which we’ll draw the details for the facial features. Then, we trace the neck as a form of a cylinder and outline the contours of the body. Be aware that the torso must be broad at the shoulders, and taper towards the waist. Then with simple geometric lines, draw the legs and arms.
In this stage, we’ll complete the most basic aspects. On the head, draw out the nose, eyes, and mouth using the aid of intersecting lines that we sketched in prior steps. Next, sketch out the outline of the costume, then move on to the next stage.
Beginning with this step, we will be using black and white lines. Make the eye, nose, and mouth, as illustrated in the example. Be careful when drawing the mask and hair of our superhero.
Then, meticulously draw the outline of the necks and the torso. With clear and dark lines, carefully draw large abdominal muscles and pectoral muscles. Remove all guidance from the torso and draw the specifics on the costumes.
Then let’s focus on the arms. Draw out the outline of the muscles of the deltoid such as the biceps and triceps as well as the muscles of the forearm. Try to replicate the outline of the muscles like in our illustration. Remove all guidance from the arms, and sketch out the specifics of the costumes.
We will now focus on Mar-Vell’s lower limbs. Utilizing dark lines, sketch out the outline of all the muscles on the legs, as illustrated in our illustration. Eliminate all guidelines remaining from the drawing by Mar-Vell. This will create a cleaner.
This is an arduous task. We will have to paint certain elements of the costume as illustrated in our example and also add shadows. To create shadows, paint over the elements of the costume make use of the black color and contrast line. To create more light shadows, you can use dense hatching.
This lesson was quite hard however, you’ve acquired the art of drawing Mar-Vell. Join us on our social networks so as not to miss any new drawing lessons.