|Date Added: November 30, 2007|
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Description: I have a new lesson for you guys, and I think you will love what I am going to submit. I know everyone loves Batman, so I thought that it would be a good idea to make a tutorial on “how to draw Batman logo step by step”. Batman's logo is one of the most recognized character symbols in comic book history. Batman's first logo was created back when the first comic came out which was in 1939. On the front page of the comic, the logo read “The Bat-Man” in those exact words. There was no picture, no symbol, just letters. As time progressed the letters where combined with a head shot picture of the comic book hero, but instead of a hyphen separating the words, Batman's head was in the middle of “Bat Man”. When issue thirty rolled around, Batman's ears on his mask had gotten considerably bigger, making his appearance look more like a bat superhero. But when did the creation of the Batman logo really take form? Well it wasn't early on I can tell you that much. The new logo started to take form and it was first displayed on issue number 515. The Batman symbol was born. The logo came in the form of bat wings with Batman's head in replace of an actual bats head. This logo creation was developed to look like the logo that was imprinted on Batman's costume which was surrounded in yellow, and printed black. Drawing the Batman logo is really simple because all you are basically doing is making an egg shape and then drawing a pair curved in wings. The total draw time for the Bat symbol took me an hour which includes sketching it out, drawing it in, and then coloring the logo to complete the picture. Another thirty minutes was used when I took the drawing on “how to draw Batman logo”, and turned it into a step by step tutorial. I have gotten so good at breaking down drawings to make them lessons, that I find myself teaching you how to draw a lot easier than I used to. Anyway, I think you guys will have fun with this tutorial, because after all Batman is a comic book hero, and he is also from DC Comics. DC Comics has some of the coolest characters that you can draw. I'm sure you can visit their website to read about more detailed information on the famous emblem. But if you want to draw Batman symbol, than you can just start by following the steps, and reading the instructions that I provide for you with this step by step drawing lesson. It is also very cool browsing through Batman's official <a href="http://www.dccomics.com/sites/batman/">DC COMICS</a> site. I will be back a bit later with some other cool stuff to draw. In the mean time have fun with this art, and be sure to meet me back here in a few. Peace out kiddies and happy drawing!