Every comics enthusiast has dreamed to be able to make your own super villain. Well, in this article I'll give you the knowledge you need in order for you to know what it takes to: Make your own Super Villain.
Comics have been part of American culture since 1933. Superheroes, mythical creatures, robots, spacecraft and lettered sound effects are represented in this collection of amazing characters. Flexible images, props and backgrounds allow you to create dramatic art work in minutes or just have fun. this Draw is a complete drawing program, not just clip art images. Select images and drag & drop them in the drawing area to easily create action-packed compositions
What makes these Draw's collection of images unique is Flex-ART. Change heads, torsos and legs; rotate arms and legs; endless variations can be created from just a few characters or backgrounds
So... what should you do to make your own super villain you ask?
If you love comics, chances are you have admired the artistic talent of the artists who draw the characters. You may have even wished you knew how to draw your favorite characters like the pros. Fortunately, learning how to draw comic book characters is not difficult and you do not even need a lot of artistic talent to do it.
Here's a few fundamentals to comics drawing:
1) Choose the character or characters you want to draw.
2) Get out your tracing paper. The easiest way to learn how to draw comic book characters is to trace them. Simply place a sheet of tracing paper over a page in a comic that features the character you want to draw. Then, trace that character onto the tracing paper. Practice tracing this same character over and over until you think you can do it on your own. Then, try it without tracing. You may be surprised at how well you do.
3) Purchase a good book on drawing comic book characters. Believe it or not, there are lots of books on the topic. A good one to start with is the 'How to Draw Amazing Comic Book Characters Drawing Kit' by Christopher Hart. Books such as this one will take you step by step through the process of drawing well-known comic book characters as well as creating your own. You can find all sorts of books on how to draw comic book characters at Amazon.com (see Resources below).
4) Practice with a friend. Learning to draw comic book characters with a friend is not only fun, it is helpful. When you have a friend nearby, you can ask for help with parts of the drawing that are difficult for you and you can also act as sounding boards for each other, critiquing the quality of one.