How to Draw Storm Easy
Like always when drawing a face you will start with making the head guide. When that is done sketch in the facial guidelines as well as the neck guide.
Next, sketch out the actual structure of her face like so. As you can see the top and side parts of the head and face have thicker, bolder lining.
Start this step by sketching out her very textured or detailing hairline. She has her hair almost always pulled back so that is how you will draw Storm's hairline. When that is done sketch out her long but shapely eyebrows, then draw in her catty bea
Here you will draw the outlined shape of her hair. The style of the hair should be drawn like it's blowing in the wing from the bottom up. The end should tapper off and curl.
Sketch in the hair strand lines to add detailing and texture to her hair, then draw the design of the tiara or crown she wears.
Almost done folks. Draw in her slender neck, as well as her shoulders which are in a raised pose. Add the collar for her X-Men suit, then proceed to the last drawing step.
All you have to do to finish Storm off is draw in her choker, then add definition to her neck and clothing. Erase all the mistakes you may have made to clean things up.
January 17, 2013
Description: Here is another comic book character that I will be adding to the 'easy' drawing collection. This is "how to draw Storm easy" from Marvel Comics. I have an awesome tutorial on Storm in her full bodied form which can be located in the Comic category under Marvel Comics. She is part of the X-Men and is one of the oldest comic book heroes to date. She is unique and beautiful so I wanted to convey that in my drawing. I love how this lesson came out because her look is so piercing and strong. The hair, face, coloring, and everything is exactly what I was going for. Drawing Storm easy is going to be tons of fun because it's always exciting to draw female superheroes. Anyways, that's all I have to say for now, but I will be back in a bit with more for you all. I hope you enjoy drawing another easy lesson on one of your favorite comic book characters. Peace folks.