Learn how to draw a great looking Chibi Deadpool with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Chibi Deadpool.
"Come on! Someone has to die for real! I mean, what is this, a Marvel Comic?"
Deadpool began life in Canada as Wade Wilson. He is known as the Merc with a Mouth, "one of the most relentlessly wisecracking heroes in the universe."
He is famous for 'breaking the fourth wall,' or speaking directly to the audience, aware that he is a character in a story.
He wears a mask to cover his scarred appearance and he contains a rapid healing factor.
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This drawing tutorial is a chibi version of Deadpool.
Chibi is a Japanese art form in which characters are "super-deformed," their large heads taking up to half their body size.
Chibi cartoons can make even the most unsavory characters cute and are commonly utilized in fan art.
Would you like to draw the anti-hero Deadpool? This easy, step-by-step cartoon character drawing tutorial is here to show you how.
All you will need is a pen, pencil, crayon, or marker and a sheet of paper.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Chibi Deadpool
How to Draw a Great Looking Chibi Deadpool for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by using a curved line to sketch the side of the character's face.
Easy Chibi Deadpool Drawing - Step 2
2. Use a curved line to complete the outline of the face. Notice that there is an overlap with the previous line on one side and that the end of the current line doubles back upon itself to form a triangular shape.
Easy Chibi Deadpool Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw two large ovals in the middle of the face. These constitute Deadpool's eyes.
Easy Chibi Deadpool Drawing - Step 4
4. Use a pair of lines to draw Deadpool's upper arm, and another pair of lines to draw the lower arm. Notice the bend of the elbow and the overlapping lines. Then, enclose the hand using "U" shaped lines for the fingers. Draw a curved line across the arm at the wrist.
Easy Chibi Deadpool Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw Deadpool's remaining arm. Use a pair of curved lines for the upper arm and another for the lower. Enclose the hand using "U" shaped fingers and draw a curved line across the wrist.
Easy Chibi Deadpool Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw Deadpool's utility belt. Use two "U" shaped lines to form the pouches on each side. Connect the lines at the top. Draw a small circle at the bottom of each upper "U" to indicate the closure. In the center, draw a circle to form the Deadpool emblem. Within it, draw two half circles. Draw a small oval in each, then shade around it. Connect the emblem to the pouches using pairs of lines.
Easy Chibi Deadpool Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw the bandolier, using a pair of curved lines at a diagonal angle. Then, draw a zigzag line diagonally across the torso.
Add More Details to Your Chibi Deadpool Picture - Step 8
8. Use a series of curved lines to outline the legs and feet. Band each leg with a curved line to indicate the top of the boots.
Complete the Outline of Your Chibi Deadpool Drawing - Step 9
9. Draw the weapon strapped to Deadpool's back. Use straight lines to outline the blade, the guard, and the grip. Texture the grip with diagonal lines in opposite directions, forming a checkerboard pattern. Draw an oval within each eye and shade around it. Then, connect the eyes to the top of the head using curved lines.
Color Your Chibi Deadpool Drawing
Color Deadpool. His costume is red and black.
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