Learn how to draw a great looking Easy Superman with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Easy Superman.
Even if you think your drawing skills are less than super, never fear - the Man of Steel is here to guide you. Check out this step-by-step easy Superman drawing guide.
Superman was the first comic book superhero ever, and he is still one of the most famous.
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You can recognize Superman by his familiar suit - blue shirt and pants, red cape, briefs, and boots, and a big "S" shaped emblem on his chest.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing an Easy Superman
How to Draw a Great Looking Easy Superman for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the easy Superman outline by drawing his face. Use curved lines to draw the almond-shaped eyes, and shade a round pupil inside each. Use thick curved lines to draw the eyebrows above the eyes, and curved lines for the bridge and tip of the nose.
Easy Easy Superman Drawing - Step 2
2. Use curved lines to outline the head and ears. Notice the “dent” in the top of the head - this will become Superman’s iconic hairstyle. Contour the ears, mouth, and chin with short curved lines.
Easy Easy Superman Drawing - Step 3
3. In the middle of the forehead, extend two curved lines and allow them to meet at a point to form the “Superman curl.” Use curved lines to complete the hairline and texture the hair. Then, Draw two curved lines in a broad “M” shape below the head. This will become the top of Superman’s chest and shoulders.
Easy Easy Superman Drawing - Step 4
4. Extend long curved lines from each side of the “M” shaped line to form the arms. Draw “Y” shaped lines to form the opposite side of each arm. Then, use a rounded “M” shaped line to form the top of the cape.
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Easy Easy Superman Drawing - Step 5
5. Extend curved lines from below the arms to outline the torso. Band the torso with a pair of curved lines, and detail the pectoral and abdominal muscles with curved lines.
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Easy Easy Superman Drawing - Step 6
6. Use overlapping curved lines to draw Superman’s fists on his hips. Extend the line of the torso and double it back upon itself to sketch the leg and foot.
Easy Easy Superman Drawing - Step 7
7. Extend the line on the opposite side of the torso and double it back upon itself to form the remaining leg. Draw a curved line across the top of each leg. Then, draw parallel “M” shaped lines across the calf of each leg, forming the tops of the boots.
Add More Details to Your Easy Superman Picture - Step 8
8. Use straight lines to enclose a pentagon shape on Superman’s chest. Then, draw the Superman logo inside it. Draw an oval and two pairs of straight lines on his belt, and contour the knees with short curved lines.
Complete the Outline of Your Easy Superman Drawing - Step 9
9. Finish drawing the “S” shaped Superman logo. Then, use long, wavy lines to enclose the rectangular cape.
Color Your Easy Superman Drawing
Your easy Superman outline is now complete. Color his hair black and his suit blue, red, and yellow.
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