How to Draw Magneto X-Men Apocalypse

Artist: MovieDrawings / July 9, 2017

Step 1.

Draw two lines across each other. Draw a big oval for the body and a little oval for his head.

Step 2.

Draw his eyes and eyebrows.

Step 3.

Make his nose and mouth.

Step 4.

Draw his hair.

Step 5.

Draw the line of his head and make his ear and neck

Step 6.

Draw his right arm. Draw the details on his arm. That's part of his costume.

Step 7.

Draw his chest and left shoulder and draw the details on it.

Step 8.

Draw more details on his costume.

Step 9.

Draw the bottom of his belly and draw details on it.

Step 10.

Draw a part of his left arm and his cape and helmet.

Step 11.

Overlap all the lines with a black pencil. 0.3 mm pencil is the best.

Step 12.

Color in and have fun! Make a lot of shadow effects for the 3D effect

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Date Added: July 9, 2017
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Description: Michael Fassbender as Magneto in X-Men Apocalypse. Magneto is a fictional character appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics, commonly in association with the X-Men. Created by writer Stan Lee and artist Jack Kirby, the character first appears in The X-Men #1 (cover-dated Sept. 1963) as the archenemy of the X-Men. The character is a powerful mutant, one of a fictional subspecies of humanity born with superhuman abilities, who has the ability to generate and control magnetic fields. Magneto regards mutants as evolutionarily superior to humans and rejects the possibility of peaceful human-mutant coexistence; he aims to conquer the world to enable mutants (whom he refers to as "homo superior") to replace humans as the dominant species. Writers have since fleshed out his origins and motivations, revealing him to be a Holocaust survivor whose extreme methods and cynical philosophy derive from his determination to protect mutantkind from suffering a similar fate at the hands of a world that fears and persecutes mutants. He is a friend of Professor X, the leader of the X-Men, but their different philosophies cause a rift in their friendship at times. Magneto's role in comics has varied from supervillain to antihero to superhero, having served as an occasional ally and even a member of the X-Men at times.