The Fundamentals of Drawing Bundle

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What's Included

How to Draw Dynamic Comic Book Superheroes Start to Finish
  • Certification included
  • Experience level required: Beginner
  • Access 57 lectures & 9 hours of content 24/7
  • Length of time users can access this course: Lifetime

Course Curriculum

57 Lessons (9h)

  • Introduction
    Introduction to this Course.1:12
  • Basic Proportions of the Superhero Male
    Lesson 1 - Male Superhero Proportions - Forward Facing8:15
    Lesson 2 - Male Superhero Proportions - Forward Facing - Applying Anatomy8:34
    Lesson 3 - Male Superhero Proportions - Profile View6:59
    Lesson 4 - Male Superhero Proportions - Making Adjustments5:04
    Lesson 5 - Male Superhero Proportions - Back View8:38
  • The Superhero Female
    Lesson 1 - Drawing the Female Hero Proportions - Forward Facing10:42
    Lesson 2 - Drawing the Female Hero Proportions - Forward Facing - Adding Anatomy7:03
    Lesson 3 - Drawing the Female Hero Proportions - Side View7:42
    Lesson 4 - Drawing the Female Hero Proportions - Back View5:52
    Lesson 5 - Drawing the Female Hero Proportions - Suit Design4:02
  • Drawing the Muscle Bound Brutes
    Lesson 1 - Drawing the Muscle Bound Brute - Proportions10:08
    Lesson 2 - Drawing the Muscle Bound Brute - Proportions - Suit Design6:04
    Lesson 3 - Drawing the Muscle Bound Brute - Rendering the Materials5:41
    Lesson 4 - Drawing the Muscle Bound Brute - Angled Pose9:46
    Lesson 5 - Critiquing and Editing Your Own Work5:16
  • Drawing Dynamic Superhero Poses
    Lesson 1 - Exercise - Drawing the 3 Main Masses of the Body13:50
    Lesson 2 - Exaggerated Poses for Comics9:32
    Lesson 3 - Drawing Male Dynamic Poses - Practice5:09
    Lesson 4 - Drawing Female Dynamic Poses - Examples7:31
    Lesson 5 - Drawing Female Dynamic Poses - Second Example10:05
    Lesson 6 - Drawing the Mannequin and Refining the Pose6:19
  • Drawing Characters with Perspective and Foreshortening
    Lesson 1 - Drawing Characters in Perspective11:00
    Lesson 2 - Drawing a Character in a 2 Point Perspective14:09
    Lesson 3 - Drawing a Character in a 3 Point Perspective14:33
    Lesson 4 - Drawing a Character in a 3 Point Perspective - Adding in the Details10:48
    Lesson 5 - Foreshortening Techniques12:45
    Lesson 6 - Foreshortening an Arm Pose - Part 111:54
    Lesson 7 - Foreshortening an Arm Pose - Part 214:57
  • Creating a Comic Book Scene - Superhero Flying Towards Camera
    Lesson 1 - How to Use Thumbnail Sketches to Create Our Superhero Concept11:46
    Lesson 2 - Making Changes to our Rough Sketch13:06
    Lesson 3 - Cleaning up the Pose10:28
    Lesson 4 - Adding Line Weight to the Drawing13:52
    Lesson 5 - Creating Our Superhero Suit Design13:06
    Lesson 6 - Drawing in Our Background15:37
    Lesson 7 - Drawing in Our Background - Part 29:19
    Lesson 8 - Drawing in Our Background - Part 37:53
    Lesson 9 - Rendering Our Superhero Design15:39
    Lesson 10 - Cleaning up the Helmet Design and Face of Our Character7:19
    Lesson 11 - Inking Our Superhero - Part 116:14
    Lesson 12 - Inking Our Superhero Character - Part 212:21
    Lesson 13 - Inking Our Superhero Character - Part 36:28
    Lesson 14 - Inking the Background - Part 114:07
    Lesson 15 - Inking the Background - Part 212:42
    Lesson 16 - Coloring Our Superhero - Adding the Flats Part - 111:26
    Lesson 17 - Coloring Our Superhero - Adding the Flats Part - 212:20
    Lesson 18 - Adding Soft and Hard Edge Shadows11:56
    Lesson 19 - Coloring Our Superhero - Adding Highlights10:40
    Lesson 20 - Adding Color to the Cape6:16
    Lesson 21 - Adding Highlights to the Suit Design4:13
    Lesson 22 - Adding Color to the Buildings - Part 111:01
    Lesson 23 - Adding Color to the Buildings Part 214:46
    Lesson 24 - Adding Color to the Buildings Part 34:58
    Lesson 25 - Adding Effects to the Background6:06
    Lesson 26 - Adding Color the Eyes and Face of our Superhero9:57
    Lesson 27 - Adding Motions Lines and Effects11:58
    Lesson 28 - Adding the Final Touches13:14

How to Draw Dynamic Comic Book Superheroes Start to Finish

RS
Ram Studios Comics

Instructor

Robert Marzullo has been a working professional artist for most of his life. He has been published in comics, created 3D animation and characters for television, illustrated storyboards for commercials, and owned and operated his own design firm successfully for over 15 years.

He is also the author of the book Learn to Draw Action Heroes by Impact Publishing.

He's currently a professional freelance illustrator and comic artist where he creates digital art for his clients and shares his knowledge in digital art and computer software through online teaching. With over 75,000 Youtube subscribers, he felt he should create some more in-depth content for students wanting to take their skills to the next level.

Robert's goal is to help aspiring artists realize their potential and break the mental barriers that hold them back from creating the artwork of their dreams.

Description

The comics industry is booming, and not just with stories on the same familiar characters you see in the movies. New characters and storylines are emerging every day and the barriers to entry for artists and creators are lowered. In this course, you'll learn how to draw dynamic comic book superheroes step-by-step so you can invent your own characters and begin creating their stories.

  • Access 57 lectures & 9 hours of content 24/7
  • Break down the major components that comprise familiar superhero comic characters
  • Learn about proportions, anatomy, suit design, foreshortening, rendering, perspective, & drawing dynamic poses
  • Understand how to apply techniques to game art, comics, concept art, & more

Specs

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion not included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level required: beginner

Requirements

  • Internet required

Terms

  • Unredeemed licenses can be returned for store credit within 30 days of purchase. Once your license is redeemed, all sales are final.