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How to Draw Batman Vs Superman
Step 1. Let us begin like we always do and that's with the shapes and guides for the two superheroes you see here.
Step 2. Let's start with Batman. Draw the forehead and front part of the face and head which is also the mask that covers the face.
Step 3. Next, sketch in the strong jaw structure like so, then continue to draw in Batman's mask that covers the cheek and some of the jaw as well.
Step 4. Finish drawing Batman's head which should be very structured, then draw in some of the shoulder. Add the small bat ears for the hooded mask like so, then sketch in some detailing.
Step 5. You will now sketch out the very large, string looking chest followed by his Batman symbol.
Step 6. Draw in the eyes, then sketch in the detailing around the eyes. Add a mouth as well which is in a frown pose.
Step 7. That's it, Batman is all done. Now you can get to work on Superman. Start with the forehead, then sketch out the nose, lips, chin and jaw structure. Also draw in the angled shape of his ear.
Step 8. You will now draw in the eyes starting with the mean expressive eyebrow, then sketch out the nose, mouth, frown line, chin detailing and then define inside the ear.
Step 9. Sketch out the back part of the neck, then draw in Superman's head which also happens to be his hairstyle.
Step 10. For the last drawing step all you have to do is draw the shape of Superman's thick neck, then draw the cape, chest and the S symbol. Erase the mistakes and you are all set.
Step 11. Here are your two superheroes in a duel pose when you are done. Color them in and show off your work.
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I think I told you guys before that there is a new Batman vs Superman movie coming out and since I only did a lesson on the official logo for the film, I will go ahead and do another tut of the same name on how to draw Batman vs Superman in their comic book character form. No matter how many years go by Batman and Superman will always be the two most popular superheroes of all time. I think you will enjoy drawing Superman and Batman in a profile or side view form. I have to bounce out of here for now but I will return shortly so stick around. Adios comic book fans.