Learn how to draw a great looking Carnage from Spider-Man with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Carnage from Spider-Man.
The supervillain Carnage was once a man known as Cletus Kasady. Kasady was a serial killer, and he encountered the offspring of the alien symbiote Venus while escaping from prison. The symbiote bonded to him in a singular way, entering his bloodstream, and creating Carnage.
As a part of the Marvel Comics Universe, Carnage has encountered many other villains and heroes, including Spider-Man and Venom, who teamed up to defeat him.
At times, he even bonded with others, including Ben Reilly (a clone of Spider-Man), Norman Osborn (the Green Goblin), the Silver Surfer, and the Hulk. Each time, however, Carnage returns to its original host.
The Carnage symbiote endows its host with super-strength, rapid healing, the ability to implant thoughts in the mind of another, to cling to any surface, to use a web-like substance to make weapons, to shape-shift, and to "see" in any direction.
Its abilities may be enhanced or differ when it chooses a different host.
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Would you like to draw the deadly villain Carnage? This easy, step-by-step super villain drawing guide is here to help you take over the world, one line at a time. All you will need is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of paper.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Carnage from Spider-Man
How to Draw a Great Looking Carnage from Spider-Man for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing a large oval. This will help you outline Carnage's head.
Easy Carnage from Spider-Man Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw a curved line downward from one side of the oval. Draw another, shorter curved line crossing from the interior of the oval. Connect them using a series of interconnected, inverted "U" shaped lines. This forms Carnage's upper jaw and sharp teeth.
Easy Carnage from Spider-Man Drawing - Step 3
3. Draw a second series of connected "U" shaped lines below the first. Allow the two sets to connect just inside the oval. This forms the lower jaw.
Easy Carnage from Spider-Man Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw a long, curved line from the bottom jaw to connect it to the side of the face.
Easy Carnage from Spider-Man Drawing - Step 5
5. Erase the lines of the original oval from the jaws, leaving a clean outline of the head.
Easy Carnage from Spider-Man Drawing - Step 6
6. Outline Carnage's eyes. For each eye, enclose the shape using a series of straight and "U" shaped lines.
Easy Carnage from Spider-Man Drawing - Step 7
7. Begin to pattern the top of the head. Use a series of curved lines to create a pattern of liquid.
Add More Details to Your Carnage from Spider-Man Picture - Step 8
8. Draw droplets of liquid around the eye and top of the head.
Complete the Outline of Your Carnage from Spider-Man Drawing - Step 9
9. Use long, curved lines that double back upon themselves to draw tendrils of liquid emerging from the head. Draw several of these of different lengths. Then, use curved lines to enclose droplets of liquid falling from them.
Color Your Carnage from Spider-Man Drawing
Color Carnage. He is typically black and red.
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