Learn how to draw a great looking Batman with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Batman drawing.
"I am the night." - Batman
Batman is the Dark Knight, the Caped Crusader who defends Gotham City from the clutches of evil. You can learn how to draw Batman with the help of this superhero drawing tutorial.
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Batman debuted in the Detective Comics #39 in 1939. He became an orphan when his parents were killed, and he declared war on the city's criminals. He dedicated his life to protecting the innocent.
Unlike most superheroes, Batman doesn't have superpowers. Instead, he is a billionaire who uses his money to create crime-fighting technology. He wears a mask and cape to keep his identity secret. Along with Superman and Wonder Woman, Batman is a member of the Justice League.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Batman
How to Draw a Great Looking Batman for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by sketching Batman's face. Use curved lines to outline the back of his head, the point of his ear, the round forehead, squared chin, and "M" shaped opening around the mouth. Don't forget the triangular eyes. Draw the frowning mouth, lower lip, and wrinkle at the side of the mouth using curved lines.
Easy Batman Drawing - Step 2
2. Use two lines that meet at a point to enclose the remaining triangular ear. Then, use curved lines to sketch the shoulders, the bulging biceps muscles, and the fist. Then, draw curved lines across the chest, just below the shoulder.
Easy Batman Drawing - Step 3
3. Band Batman’s arm with a curved line, indicating the top of his glove. Complete the fist using overlapping curved lines for the fingers. Then, enclose several curved triangles on the back of the globe.
Finally, use curved lines to begin sketching Batman’s pectoral muscle and muscular remaining arm.
Easy Batman Drawing - Step 4
4. Use a series of curved lines to complete the forearm and the hand, with the fingers curved across the palm. The hand is holding something - the Batarang! Use curved lines that meet at sharp points to begin sketching this bat-shaped boomerang.
Easy Batman Drawing - Step 5
5. Complete the outline of the bat using curved lines that meet at sharp points. Notice the bulges of the bat’s ears, tail, and wingtips. Then, use long curved lines to sketch the muscles of Batman’s chest and torso. Finally, band the arm with a curved line to complete the glove, and draw the triangular spikes on the back of it.
Easy Batman Drawing - Step 6
6. Extend a long curved line to form the front of Batman’s leg. Draw parallel curved lines across his stomach to form the utility belt.
Band the belt with straight, vertical lines. Then, use curved lines to complete the torso of Batman’s suit.
Easy Batman Drawing - Step 7
7. Use long, curved lines to complete Batman’s leg and begin sketching the remaining leg. Notice the contours of the muscles of the upper leg and calf, the gently pointed foot, and the bulging knee.
Add More Details to Your Batman Picture - Step 8
8. Complete the remaining leg and foot using a curved line. Indicate the knee cap with a “U” shaped line. Then, draw an inverted “V” below each knee to indicate the top of the boots.
Extend long curved lines between the arm and leg and behind the feet. The lines should meet at sharp points, outlining the cape.
Complete the Outline of Your Batman Drawing - Step 9
9. Use long, curved lines to complete the cape below Batman’s arm. Texture the cape with long curved lines.
Then, draw the Batman logo on the superhero’s chest. Sketch a small bat, just like the Batarang, using curved lines that meet at sharp points. Then, enclose the bat within an oval.
Color Your Batman Drawing
Color your cartoon of Batman. He’s worn many different uniforms over the years, but his most famous is black and grey with yellow accents. Sometimes, he even dresses in blue and silver!
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