How to Draw a Chibi Spider-Man
Spider-Man is one of the most well-known superheroes in comic books. In 1962, he made his initial appearance in the Marvel Comics Amazing Fantasy series. Spider-Man gained his superpowers after being bitten by a radioactive spider.
Japanese anime and manga are known for their chibi or “hyper deformed” artistic style. The characters are short and fat, with their heads accounting for around one-third of their whole height. The qualities of a chibi character make them appear youthful and charming.
What if I told you that Marvel Comics didn’t like the notion of a teenager dealing with ordinary troubles like anxiety and depression, financial problems, and romantic problems becoming a full-fledged superhero rather than a sidekick at first.
Young fans, on the other hand, “Peter Parker was met with a tremendous response.
“Since then, he’s appeared in animated and live-action films and television shows, as well as video games, books, and a Broadway musical.
Do you want to make a chibi-style Spider-Man cartoon? This simple, step-by-step tutorial will show you how to draw a cartoon superhero. All you’ll need is a sheet of paper and a pen, pencil, marker, or crayon. You could want to color your finished character as well.
If you enjoyed this tutorial, you might also enjoy Chibi Supergirl, Chibi Loki, and Chibi Deadpool.
Step 1. Begin by drawing Spider-Man’s face.
Outline the head with a sweeping curved line. Take note of the cheek and chin shapes. After that, draw the eyes. Outline each eye with two curved lines, one gently pointed at the inner corner and the other sharply pointed at the outer corner. Then, within each eye, draw a matching shape.
Step 2. Use curved lines
Sketch Spider-strong Man’s chest, belly, and arm with curved lines. Take note of how the muscles are contoured using a series of curved lines. Near the top of the arm, draw a curved “V” shaped line. Then, in the center of his chest, draw Spider-spider Man’s logo. Use curving “L” shaped lines for the legs and an elongated spherical shape for the body.
Step 3. Next, draw Spider-Man’s arm, ready for web-slinging.
To make the arm, draw two curved lines. Draw a curved line at the bottom to form the gloved wrist. Draw the outstretched thumb, pinky, and pointer fingers with curving lines. Enclose the middle and ring fingers with overlapping ovals.
Step 4. Use curved lines
Outline the remaining lower arm and hand with curving lines. To indicate the end of the glove, draw a curved line around the arm.
Step 5. Extend a long curved line
To surround each leg and foot, extend a long curving line and double it back on itself. Take note to the muscular-looking curves on the legs. Also, the legs overlap, with one lower leg overlapping the upper leg.
Step 6. Draw the spider web pattern across Spider-Man’s face.
Begin by sketching a little hexagon in the space between your eyes. Extend curving lines from the face’s corners to the edges. Then connect them using curved lines.
Step 7. Draw the web pattern on Spider-Man’s gloves.
Draw a curving line through the hand and wrist’s center. On each side of this line, and across each of the fingers, draw curved lines.
Step 8. Draw the spider web pattern
On Spider-torso Man’s and shoulders, draw a spider web pattern. Draw curving vertical lines across his body. Then, between them, draw shorter curved lines.
Step 9. Band the legs
To mark the top of the boots, band the legs with a thick curved line. Then, on the boots, create the web pattern. Draw a curved line down each boot, with shorter curved lines between them and one on each side. Short curving lines can be used to contour the knees.
Fill in the blanks in your chibi Spider-Man cartoon. He’s dressed in a red and blue Spidey costume.
Other chibi superheroes, such as chibi Loki and chibi Deadpool, can be learned to draw.