How to Draw Superman for Kids
In this drawing lesson for kids, you will learn how to draw Superman. Even a kindergartner can draw a drawing of this level!
In this drawing lesson, we will show you how to draw Superman for kids in a step-by-step and elementary guide. Today’s hero is one of the most important characters in the DC Universe. Novice artists will be able to draw this drawing without any problems since the object is in a static state, but if you want to draw a realistic Superman in the comic style, then there is such a drawing guide on our website too! For better concentration, we advise you to follow all points of the manual in order to achieve the best result.
Superman first appeared on comic book pages in June 1938. It was invented by the wonderful artist Joe Shuster and the equally wonderful writer Jerry Siegel. Superman has a huge variety of superpowers, as he is considered an alien from the planet Krypton. His superpowers are sometimes forgotten due to the countless number. The main superpowers of the Kryptonian are the ability to fly, superpower, super speed, red laser beams from the eyes, body strength, x-ray vision, and so on.
By the way, although Superman is a very fast character, he is not faster than Flash, who has super speed as his main superpower. But do not forget that their rivalry is only friendly because they are real friends and are on the same team, which is called the Justice League. The only thing that can hurt him is a stone of unknown origin, krypton.
Good luck, super artists!
Time needed: 35 minutes.
How to Draw Superman for Kids
- Let’s draw the shape of the superhero’s head.
For convenience and evenness, you can use a compass or circle something around that is nearby. But we recommend trying to draw a circle with your hand because this way you pump your skills.
- Draw the torso.
Draw Superman’s torso, which is easy to draw. And also sketch out the shape of the hair.
- Draw the ears, legs, and hands.
Start by drawing small ears. Then draw Superman’s arms and legs, following the example from the step you see next to this description.
- Draw the brushes, eyes, mouth of the hero and his boots.
Try to make the lines smooth and smooth. It is elementary to draw all the details, just try to follow the example carefully.
- Draw the hero’s logo, belt, and cape.
The main symbol of Superman is the English letter S—this is the first letter in his name, which people on the planet earth called him from the moment he became popular in Metropolis.
- Color Superman’s drawing.
You can use your own colors, but this one is classic.
- Classic hairstyle.
If you want to do a more complex hairstyle for Superman, then draw black hair like in this example, along with bangs in the form of the letter S. The sixth step shows a more basic hairstyle for those who want to draw Superman faster and easier.
Do not forget that not only the result is important, but also the process, so we hope that this lesson has become not only useful for you, but also an interesting pastime. Thank you for using our lesson and wish you continued success in drawing!
And remember, like Superman, each of us can be the hero of our own story. Do not be afraid to show your talents and creativity, and continue to be inspired by our drawing lessons!