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How to Draw Chibi Superman

How to draw chibi Superman

One of the favorite comics book characters of the team of artists and editors of our site is Superman. In the previous drawing lessons, we already drew Superman and the Superman logo, and today we want to show you how to draw chibi Superman for beginners.


Step 1

Let’s begin with the head of chibi Superman, depicting it as a circle or a rounded square. Next, draw two lines inside, as in the example from artists of Drawingforall.net.

How to draw chibi Superman

Step 2

Now we move a little lower and draw out the outlines of the torso and limbs of chibi Superman. Draw them with almost transparent lines.

How to draw chibi Superman step by step

Step 3

Orienting the intersecting lines on the head, draw large eyes, eyebrows and mouth. Then draw the hair and ears. Sketch out the outlines of the costume.

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Step 4

Here we will draw chibi Superman’s eyes. Using dense lines draw the eye, eyebrows and nose. Paint the eyes leaving the glare inside the pupils.

How to draw chibi Superman step by step

Step 5

Draw the shape of the face (it should be rounded). Then draw the ears and carefully draw out the hair. The face in our chibi Superman drawing should be very sweet and cute.

Chibi Superman drawing tutorial

Step 6

Now draw the torso and hands of our chibi Superman. Depict the costume lines and draw the Superman logo on the chest.

How to draw chibi Superman

Step 7

The last step of the lesson about how to draw chibi Superman in which we draw the long cape and legs. And now it’s time for an eraser, with which we will remove all the remaining unnecessary guidelines.

How to draw chibi Superman

We love comics personages and chibi-style drawings, and so we want to create many more different lessons about superheroes and supervillains drawn in chibi style. In order for us to draw your favorite comic book character, write about it in the comments to this article or in our social networks. We have pages in Pinterest, Facebook and Twitter. For example, in Pinterest, we publish shortened versions of our instructions, in which we show in the simplest manner how to draw everything in the world. And on Facebook and Twitter, we publish announcements of our upcoming drawing guides.

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