How to draw Deadpool (Wade Wilson) with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Pencil drawing tutorial for beginners and everyone.
Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below
Video produced by channel: drawholic
You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below
Not confident enough to follow the video tutorial? No problem, you make additional sketches with a 2B pencil as follows:
Let’s start drawing Deadpool? Start with a circle for Wade Wilson’s head and then add facial instructions. Then you will draw the shapes of his torso, arms, legs and then his hands. Once you’ve completed this step, move on to the next dr
Now you can start sketching Deadpool’s head and the mask which has his eyes. Then you can outline the shape of his neck, and then the shoulders.
Outlining his biceps and then starting to outline his chest muscles and then the shape of his torso and ribs. Skip to the next drawing step.
Adding Deadpool’s arm is the forearm first, then adding some muscle definition. Then you will handcuff his gloves and then start sketching the shape of his hand. Finally, you will now sketch out his utility belt
Add some good and detailed definitions to Deadpool’s shoulders and then start lining for the markup designs on his kit. When you’re done, you can sketch the rest of his hand, and then draw the shape of his famous sword. Be sure to draw
Outline the mask in more detail, and then add more muscle definition to his abs and or stomach. Add definition and details to his arm and then draw the cap into his utility belt pocket. Next outline the shape of Deadpool’s muscular legs
You are almost done. All you have to do here is outline the calf, and the muscles that go with it.
All you will do here is add some shadows to Deadpool’s body and then you are done. Be sure to delete all the guides and shapes you drew in step one before you start adding shadows to his body. Once you have completed here move to the next line
You have now completed the Deadpool sketch. Please color him with crayons as shown in the video above.