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Uploaded: June 18, 2008
Artist: Dawn
Difficulty: Intermediate  Intermediate Skill Level
Steps: 7
Updated: May 17, 2010
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Since the last Iron Man I drew got so many hits, I figured I would teach you "how to draw Iron Man mask" which is a drawing of his head only. I love looking at the face of characters whether it be animals, cartoons, or people. Studying people and images allow me to paint a mental picture in my head. It’s almost like studying an image, closing my eyes, and mentally picture my hands drawing the picture as I see it in my head. When I open my eyes I have either my sketch pad or tablet in front of me as I prepare my self to draw. If you was to ask me what do I prefer drawing on, I would have to say 50 percent sketch pad and 50 percent tablet. These days I love sketching on my tablet because I am learning so many different new things that I couldn’t do before on my other tablet. I have also been studying how to shade and color better as well as draw lines and faces as you can tell. You can see in my earlier work I really didn’t know how to draw and sketch certain things when it came to doing portraits. I absolutely love sketching out faces and shading in all the right areas. Even though I teach people how to draw with my tutorials I too still need to improve on a lot of things in many areas. Sometimes I get so lazy that I really don’t try at all. You could say that I sometimes get burnt out from drawing and sketching and coloring. It is very time consuming and I often spend most of my days in front of my computer drawing and learning new techniques. “Why do I do it then if I get burnt out”? Well the answer to that question is easy, I love to draw. Even when I’m tired relaxing on the couch channel surfing, or reading a magazine whether it be Guns and Ammo, or Car and Driver, or even if it one of my comics, I always seem to find an image or character that inspires me to draw new things. I even research certain things to see what is becoming popular so I can get it out there for my fellow artist to learn from. I chose Iron Man because I watched the movie for a second time and I am really intrigued with how the character came out on film. He is so cool and the story line is so on point right from the comics. The movie I have to say is A-1 awesome. I am happy to share with you my inspirational drawing of Iron Man facial view. I hope you all enjoy this tutorial I put a lot of time into it. If you are a user of Adobe Photoshop I show you how to color and how to add certain effects to get the best possible sketch. Iron Man has become a heavily populated character and I doubt that you can get enough of him.