Learn how to draw a great looking Lego Batman with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Lego Batman.
"Darkness...no parents...really, really rich...kinda makes it better..."
- Lego Batman, The Lego Movie
The Lego Batman Minifigure debuted in 2006. He has appeared with a number of cosmetic variations, including the "classic comic suit" in grey and dark blue, the 2008 Dark Knight film suit, the white "Arctic Batman," and many others.
Even as a Lego figure, Batman remains a crime-fighting icon. Along with Superman, Robin, and others, he takes on villains such as the Joker.
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Would you like to draw Lego Batman? This easy, step-by-step superhero drawing tutorial is here to show you how. All you will need is a pencil, an eraser, and a sheet of paper.
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Lego Batman
How to Draw a Great Looking Lego Batman for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin by drawing three straight lines, like the sides and bottom of a square. The lines should connect with rounded points. Then, connect them at the top with a curved line, forming a sharp point on one side. This outlines Lego Batman's head.
Easy Lego Batman Drawing - Step 2
2. Use a curved line to enclose a rounded triangular shape above the pointed side of the head. This is one of the batlike ears of Batman's mask.
Easy Lego Batman Drawing - Step 3
3. Use curved lines to enclose the rounded triangular shape of the remaining ear. Then, detail both ears by drawing a curved line down the middle.
Easy Lego Batman Drawing - Step 4
4. Use a curved line to enclose a flat, irregular shape beneath the head, forming the neck. Then, extend three curved lines downward, forming the front and side of the torso.
Easy Lego Batman Drawing - Step 5
5. Draw three rectangles at the bottom of the torso. Give them a three-dimensional appearance by enclosing a smaller rectangle along the side of each. Connect them using pairs of lines. Draw another pair of lines to meet the far side of the figure. This forms Batman's utility belt.
Easy Lego Batman Drawing - Step 6
6. Use curved lines to enclose an irregular "L" shape at Batman's side, erasing as necessary. This is the arm. Detail it with lines, giving it a three-dimensional appearance. Beneath the arm, enclose a "C" shape. Draw lines in the center of the "C," and enclose a rounded shape alongside it. Connect the "C" to the arm using three straight lines.
Easy Lego Batman Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw a "C" shape on the opposite side, partially hidden by the belt. Draw lines across its center, and indicate the arm using a series of lines. Connect the two hands using a straight line.
Add More Details to Your Lego Batman Picture - Step 8
8. Draw Batman's legs. Use straight and curved lines to enclose the form, then detail the shape of the legs using additional straight and curved lines.
Complete the Outline of Your Lego Batman Drawing - Step 9
9. Detail Batman's face. Enclose irregular shapes to indicate the eyes and mouth. Use curved lines to form the frown, the nose, the side of the face, and the furrowed brow. Then, draw Batman's cape. Extend long, curved lines from the neck, and connect them to the body using a series of curved lines. Finally, draw the Batman logo on his chest. Enclose a large oval with the jagged bat shape within. Shade the bat.
Color Your Lego Batman Drawing
Color your Lego Batman. He wears a black suit with a yellow logo and belt.
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