If you are looking for things to draw when you're bored, these easy, step-by-step superhero drawing tutorials are coming to your rescue!
Want to learn how to draw aliens, magical symbionts, giant robots, and more fun art projects? Each of these simple cartoon drawing ideas will show you how.
You can look at the illustrations, adding the new blue lines from each step. You can also read the text descriptions for more tips.
So, which sketch will you start with? A cute teen hero? You'll find plenty of those, from the Teen Titans to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Miraculous Ladybug, and her friends.
You can even explore the genre-breaking characters who started it all. There's Superman, the very first comic book superhero. He's accompanied by other long-time crime fighters like Batman and Wonder Woman.
What about villains? We've got those, too - or anti-heroes, at least. Check out Catwoman, Venom, or the classic anti-hero, Deadpool.
These drawing projects might inspire you to create your own superhero character. Can you combine the skills you learn as you sketch your way through this list to create something truly original?
Pro tip: After you've drawn several of the above characters, pick one to use as the basis for your original character. Sketch the basic body outline, but fill in the details of the costume to make it your own.
Alya Césaire has always been a fiery redhead. But with the help of her kwami Trixx, she becomes Rena Rouge - a really foxy lady! The Fox Miraculous gives her super speed, super strength, and the ability to use a flute as a weapon.
Created just three years after Superman, Captain America is Marvel's star-spangled superhero. He was the hero people wanted during World War II - injected with a secret serum, Captain America took on real-world villains in his comic book pages.
Garfield Logan was an ordinary kid. Then, he contracted a rare disease and received genetic treatments. This left him with green skin and the awesome ability to take on the appearance of almost any animal.