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Spiderman has been a popular superhero character among fans of Marvel comic books, cartoons, and movies since his 1962 debut in Amazing Fantasy #15.
Spiderman and his alter ego, Peter Parker, are characters to whom many people can relate. Peter was just a kid from the city, dealing with bullies, crushes, and high school - until a bite from a genetically altered spider gave him super powers.
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Is your "Spidey sense" tingling? Web-sling into action by drawing the Spiderman Logo using this easy, step-by-step drawing tutorial. All you will need to begin is a piece of paper and something with which to draw, such as a pen, pencil, or marker.
Notice that in each illustration that accompanies this drawing guide, the new lines are highlighted in blue. Also, sketch lightly at first, as you will be erasing many of your early lines as you go along.
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Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing Spiderman's Logo
Begin by drawing a set of perpendicular lines. The vertical line should be longer than the horizontal line.
Draw a straight line from each end of the horizontal line. The lines should meet in a point at the bottom of the vertical line, forming a triangle. Draw two short, straight lines extending diagonally from the top of the vertical line. Draw an oval, connecting the ends of these lines to the triangle below.
Draw a small triangle above each of the short, diagonal lines.
Draw a hexagon on each side of the oval. Each hexagon consists of six straight lines.
Draw a straight line from the top to the bottom of each hexagon.
Draw a straight line in each hexagon, parallel to the first line, between the first line and the oval. Then, form three triangle shapes between the first and second line in each hexagon. The points of the triangles should be directed toward the center.
Draw six straight lines from the middle line of each hexagon, extending to its outer edge. The lines should connect to those of the small triangles. The top line should be horizontal, and the remaining lines should slant diagonally. These will form the legs.
Draw another triangle beside each of the triangles at the top of the oval.
Extend two straight, diagonal, parallel lines upwards from the top two lines of the left hexagon. Connect these using a short, straight line. Then, draw two more lines extending from this point, diagonally right. These lines should meet in a point. Then, repeat this process as a mirror image on the right side.
From the second set of parallel lines within the left hexagon, extend two straight, parallel lines. Connect these at each end using a short, straight line. Draw two more straight, parallel lines, extending upwards from the left end of this rectangle. Connect these lines at both ends using a short, straight line. Repeat this process to form a mirror image on the right side. This forms the second leg.
Extend two lines diagonally from the top of the second leg. These lines should meet in a point. Repeat to form a mirror image on the other side.
To form the third leg, extend two straight, parallel lines downward from the third set of parallel lines within the hexagon. Connect the lines using a short, straight, horizontal line that extends pasts the outer line. Then, extend another line diagonally downward to form an open triangle shape. Repeat on the other side.
From the open triangle, draw two parallel, vertical lines. Connect the lines on each end using a short, straight line. From the bottom of this rectangle, draw two straight, diagonal lines that connect in a point. Repeat to form a mirror image on the opposite side.
Draw two long, parallel lines from the bottom of each hexagon. Connect these with a short, straight line. Draw two diagonal lines from the bottom of each rectangle, ending in a point.
Erase the guide lines from within the upper legs. Also erase the remnants of the hexagons from between the legs.
Erase the guide lines from within the body of the spider.
Next, you will clean up the appearance of the bottom three legs, rounding them. Do this by drawing curved lines between the joint and the tip.
Erase any remaining guide lines from within the image.
Shade the spider.
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