Learn how to draw a great looking Batman's Face with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial. You can now easily create a beautiful Batman's Face drawing.
Batman is a fictional superhero. He first appeared in DC Comics' Detective Comics no. 27 in 1939.
After his parents were murdered when he was a child, Bruce Wayne dedicated his life and his fortune to crime-fighting. He has also been known as Bat-Man, the Dark Knight, and the Caped Crusader.
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Batman's logo or symbol is the silhouette or shadow of a bat on a round yellow field. In many Batman stories, the city of Gotham can alert him to danger by shining a spotlight in the sky, reflecting his logo on the clouds.
Would you like to learn to draw a cartoon of the famous superhero, Batman?
This step-by-step comic book drawing tutorial is here to show you how. Sharpen your pencil and grab an eraser, it's time to draw!
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Batman's Face
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing a large circle. This will serve as a guide for sketching Batman's face.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw a pair of curved lines down from the circle, outlining the sides of the face. Connect them with a series of three lines, sketching the pointed chin.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 3
3. From the sides of the face, draw curved lines upward, passing through and out of the circle. Then, draw curved lines from the tips of these lines to the circle, outlining Batman's pointed, bat-like ears.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 4
4. Erase the guide lines from the sides of the circle.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw a curved line across the face, below the bottom of the circle. This forms the nose of Batman's mask.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 6
6. Erase the remaining guide lines of the original circle. Notice that traces of the circle remain at the base of the ears.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw Batman's eyes. Use two curved lines to enclose each.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 8
8. Draw curved lines at a diagonal angle from the inner corner of each eye to the bottom of the mask. This outlines the sides of Batman's nose.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 9
9. Contour the face with a curved line near the top of the head and another down the center of the nose.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 10
10. Draw a line across the base of one of the bat ears, and another line down its middle.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 11
11. Repeat the previous step, forming a mirror image. Draw a line across the base of one of the bat ears, and another line down its middle.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 12
12. Draw Batman's frowning lips. Use a wide "M" shaped line for the upper lip and a curved line for the lower lip.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 13
13. Draw curved lines downward from the edges of the mask, outlining the neck.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 14
14. Draw curved lines overlapping the bottoms of the lines of the neck drawn in the previous step. These form Batman's shoulders.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 15
15. Contour the neck with diagonal curved lines.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 16
16. Draw a curved line from the tip of one shoulder to the other to enclose the figure.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 17
17. Draw a curved line across each cheek, from the base of the mask to the bottom of the chin.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 18
18. Erase the guide lines from the mask, leaving a clean outline.
Batman's Face Drawing - Step 19
19. Detail the fabric of Batman's suit using curved lines at the base of the neck. Your cartoon of Batman is complete. Add some color - his suit is usually black, grey, or dark blue.
Now that you've mastered drawing Batman's face, challenge your skills and learn to draw the entire Dark Knight.
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