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The Joker 1
12th Jul 2009, 19:32
Hi! I wanted to ask if someone knows of a good video to learn how to draw a superheroe or a villain? Because I've been having problems with the muscles. I know how to draw The Joker but I have problems with the clothes, and I have problems doing Batman or any other superheroe.

Thanks a lot! I would appreciate it.:D

Why So Serious ?
12th Jul 2009, 19:34
try youtube add put how to draw the joker, batman etc...

The Joker 1
12th Jul 2009, 19:35
try youtube add put how to draw the joker, batman etc...

I tried it friend. That's why I'm asking.:D Because, youtube is an immense universe:D

LOL!:D

Why So Serious ?
12th Jul 2009, 19:37
http://www.cartooncritters.com/drawsuperhero.htm

The Joker 1
12th Jul 2009, 19:42
http://www.cartooncritters.com/drawsuperhero.htm

Thanks!

Game Weasel
12th Jul 2009, 19:49
Speaking as an artist myself, my advice is practice, practice, practice. The eraser is your friend.
I recommend going to your local book store and seeing if you can track down the book Drawing Cutting Edge Comics by Christopher Hart. It's a great starter's guide to drawing comic book characters! :)

Gibraltor
12th Jul 2009, 19:50
Been meaning to get an account on here for awhile, stupid thing wouldn't let me register though awhile back :/
Some excellent video tutorials can be found at
http://stevensanchez.deviantart.com/gallery/?3207100#TUTORIAL-VIDS
You should definitely check out "Drawing Cutting Edge Comics" and "Drawing Cutting Edge Anatomy"(I think that's it's name)
Otherwise the best way to draw is from looking at stuff, not really going through someone else's motions. In which case I advise you to get an artist manequin(with good articulation hopefully), the book "Comic artist's photo reference: People and Poses" and the book "Facial Expressions" you can't go wrong with that lineup. ;)

The Joker 1
12th Jul 2009, 19:53
Been meaning to get an account on here for awhile, stupid thing wouldn't let me register though awhile back :/
Some excellent video tutorials can be found at
http://stevensanchez.deviantart.com/gallery/?3207100#TUTORIAL-VIDS
You should definitely check out "Drawing Cutting Edge Comics" and "Drawing Cutting Edge Anatomy"(I think that's it's name)
Otherwise the best way to draw is from looking at stuff, not really going through someone else's motions. In which case I advise you to get an artist manequin(with good articulation hopefully), the book "Comic artist's photo reference: People and Poses" and the book "Facial Expressions" you can't go wrong with that lineup. ;)

I have The Darwing cutting Edge Anatomy. How to draw the Marvel Way and oHow to draw comic book heroes and villains.

Gibraltor
12th Jul 2009, 19:56
Hey, you're on the right path then! As I said, it's all about drawing stuff from life now :)

akaWarMachine
12th Jul 2009, 20:00
Anything you could ever want and more is on the internet, just LEARN to search. Try the keywords: how to, learn, help, draw, comics, pictures, art, video, book, Batman, Joker. Books and videos are equally helpful if you find the right ones. I am recommending a good book, that is in video form, thanks to YouTube. "How to Draw Comics the MARVEL Way," by Stan Lee and John Buscema. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vahUy5iHaes&feature=related

After the incident last night and this thread, I'm guessing that you are under the age of 16.

While I was posting this, you revealed that you already own this book and many others. The video is still good, but now I'm curious to why you made this thread.

The Joker 1
12th Jul 2009, 20:10
Anything you could ever want and more is on the internet, just LEARN to search. Try the keywords: how to, learn, help, draw, comics, pictures, art, video, book, Batman, Joker. Books and videos are equally helpful if you find the right ones. I am recommending a good book, that is in video form, thanks to YouTube. "How to Draw Comics the MARVEL Way," by Stan Lee and John Buscema. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vahUy5iHaes&feature=related

After the incident last night and this thread, I'm guessing that you are under the age of 16.

While I was posting this, you revealed that you already own this book and many others. The video is still good, but now I'm curious to why you made this thread.

Ok. You don't know my age. And I posted this thread because I couldn't find anything on Youtube. That's why. And maybe someone in here could help me. Which a lot of people in here did. Thanks!

VXR
13th Jul 2009, 13:10
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KM_LPJqsnIw