How to Draw Deadpool Easy

Artist: Dawn / March 28, 2012

Step 1.

Like always you will begin with the head guide. This is easily done by making a circle shape for the head. Sketch in the facial guideline and proceed to step two.

Step 2.

Using the shape that you made in step one, begin drawing out the entire outline of Deadpool's head and face structure.

Step 3.

Using the face guide, start drawing the shapes that surround each eye. This is all part of the Deadpool's mask design. It sort of looks like Venom right now doesn't it? Be sure to add the crinkle between the eyes for the brow as well as expression.

Step 4.

Next, you will begin drawing the eyes in a very expressive manner. Once the eyes are drawn out, you have to sketch in the detailing the surrounds the eyes. This is wrinkles, creases and even folds. Add some detailing on the temples, then sketch in so   

Step 5.

Well you have reached the final step and as you can see all you will be doing is sketching out the shoulders as well as the neck definition and shoulder or collar bone detailing. This will define the upper body in a muscular manner. Clean up the guid   

Step 6.

When all is said and done you should have a drawing that looks just like this. I do hope you enjoyed this tutorial on drawing Deadpool easy.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: March 28, 2012
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Description: Here is what I call one cool looking character from the Marvel Comic book series. I was trying to think of some cool characters that would make awesome lessons when broken down in an easy fashion. After raking my brain, I remembered what someone suggested. A member suggested that I make a tutorial on "how to draw Deadpool easy", step by step. As some of you may know there is a movie coming out that is going to be dedicated to Deadpool some time in 2014. Ryan Reynolds will stay playing the lead of Wade Wilson, and not for nothing, but I think he makes a great Deadpool. I think it's because of his body build and sense of personality. I tried drawing Deadpool as he looks in the comic books and overall I think I may have achieved that goal. Now it's your turn to tackle the task of drawing Deadpool using this easy step by step tutorial. I am going to love seeing some of the artwork from others based on these characters. I shall return so stick around. Adios people and enjoy!