Learn how to draw a great looking Chibi Supergirl with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Chibi Supergirl drawing.
“I can’t let that stop me from helping the people that need my help. And doing the good that I can do. And you could do a lot of good too. You’re part of my family now. And all heroes are welcome.”
Supergirl - just like her cousin, the Man of Steel, Kara Zor-el was sent to earth from the dying planet Krypton. The difference? She arrived as a teenager. The ultimate "new kid," Supergirl must navigate adolescence while also learning to control her super strength, ability to fly, and other superpowers.
Supergirl made her first DC Comics appearance in 1959. Since then, she has starred in numerous television series, feature films, comic books, graphic novels, animated series, and merchandise.
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Did you know? Before Kara entered the scene, various versions of "Supergirl" graced Action Comics. For example, Lois Lane inherited Superman's powers on several occasions to become Super Woman. Superboy was once turned into a girl, and on another occasion, he used his powers to make his girlfriend into a "supergirl" for a contest.
Would you like to draw a cute chibi style cartoon of Supergirl? Chibi animation uses large heads, large eyes, and small bodies to give characters an adorable childlike appearance. This easy, step-by-step chibi cartoon drawing guide is here to show you how. All you will need is a pen, pencil, or marker and a sheet of paper. You may also wish to color your finished drawing.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Chibi Supergirl
Chibi Supergirl Drawing - Step 1
Chibi Supergirl Drawing - Step 2
2. Use curved lines to outline the face, hair, and neck. Notice the bulge of the brow and cheek, and the point of the chin. Note, too, the sweep of the hairline and the pointed lock of hair. Use curved lines to form the eyebrows.
Chibi Supergirl Drawing - Step 3
3. Outline Supergirl's hair. On one side of the head, use wavy curved lines. On the other, draw individual locks using pairs of curved lines that meet at sharp points.
Chibi Supergirl Drawing - Step 4
4. Texture the hair with curved lines.
Chibi Supergirl Drawing - Step 5
5. Begin sketching Supergirl's upper body. Draw a triangle at the shoulder, forming the top of the cape. Then, use curved lines to draw the arm, hand, and side. Band the wrist and shoulder with curved lines.
Chibi Supergirl Drawing - Step 6
6. Draw the opposite side of the torso. Again, draw a rounded triangle to form the cape, and use overlapping curved lines for the chest, stomach, arm, and fist.
Chibi Supergirl Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw a pair of "V" shaped lines across the bottom of the torso, and connect them at each end. This is the top of Supergirl's skirt. Extend curved lines from each side, and connect them with a series of overlapping curved lines. Texture the fabric with curved lines running down its length.
Chibi Supergirl Drawing - Step 8
8. Use pairs of curved lines to outline Supergirl's legs and feet. Draw a curved line across each leg to indicate the top of the boot.
Chibi Supergirl Drawing - Step 9
9. Use long curved lines to sketch the cape, flowing in the wind. Then, draw the Superman logo on Supergirl's chest.
Complete Chibi Supergirl Drawing
Color your chibi Supergirl. She typically has blonde hair and wears a red, blue, and yellow suit.
Then, learn to draw more cute chibi cartoons featuring your favorite characters!
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