How to Draw Hawkeye from Avengers Endgame Step by Step

How to Draw Hawkeye from Avengers Endgame with this how-to video and step-by-step drawing instructions. Easy drawing tutorial for beginnrs and kids.

How to Draw Hawkeye from Avengers Endgame Step by Step

Please see the drawing tutorial in the video below


Video produced by channel :  Cool Kids Art

You can refer to the simple step-by-step drawing guide below

Step 1

In the first step, we draw stickman – a man made of sticks and circles. We draw him to mark the main posture and proportions. Use the light lines to outline this stickman. You can read here (step 1) about the rules of drawing man.

Step 2

Outline the intersections on the head area. The lines will help to draw the details of the face. Then we mark the neck in the form of cylinders and the contours of the body. Note that the body should be shoulder-width and slim at the waist (If we draw someone with a muscular figure). Then use simple geometric lines outlining the arms and legs.

Step 3

So we start to detail. And, starting with this step, we will use only darker lines. You can place more emphasis on the pencil or use a liner or ink. So draw the contours of the facial details and wear a helmet covering the upper, side, and lower parts of the face.

Step 4

Now let’s move on to the body part. Continuing the necklines draw a trapezoidal muscle. Below a bit draw the clavicle lines and large pectoral muscles. Draw broad back and abdominal muscles.

Step 5

All right, now we turn to the arms of Many. As in the previous action, use contrasting and dark lines to draw the contours of the arms, taking into account the curves under the clothes. Then hand-draw (if you want to learn more about this, read on how to draw).

Step 6

We’re still just drawing the lower part of our superhero. Erase unnecessary lines from the legs gently draw all the lines and muscles. Outline the details of the outfit and the necessary creases.

Step 7

We have a completed figure of the character. And in this step we will draw patterns on his suit.

Step 8

Let’s add some shadows to make our character more realistic. Use dense shadows to draw shadows on the front of the neck, parts of the hand, and in the knee joint area.

 

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