Negasonic Teenage Warhead Drawing Tutorial

Artist: Dawn / February 16, 2016

Step 1.

Make the guidelines to create the frame for your comic book character and in this case it's Negasonic Teenage Warhead.

Step 2.

Use the head/face guide to draw out the angled shape of her face. When that is done draw the hairline which will also form the shape of the head. Draw in the ears and detail the insides.

Step 3.

Up next, sketch in the face using the facial guidelines. Draw the eyebrows, shapes of her eyes and then the nose and mouth. She wears a black colored lipstick so color in the top lip.

Step 4.

You will now draw in her thick, long scarf that she often wears. Add the ripple to the cloth and then proceed to the next step when you are done.

Step 5.

Up next, draw in her long leather coat focusing on the left side first. Draw in the jacket collar and the jacket lapels. Add the seam line at the shoulder and sketch in the crinkle at the inside forearm area.

Step 6.

For the last drawing step all you will have to do is draw the right side of the body/jacket. Repeat the same exact thing you did on side left. The only difference for the right side is you will draw more of the jacket lapel because there is no scarf    

Step 7.

That's it. Color in your new drawing for Negasonic Teenage Warhead. I hope you had fun, and I also hope you will upload your finished art when you are done.

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Artist: Dawn
Date Added: February 16, 2016
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Description: Here is a character that is in the new Deadpool movie and to me she is one cool looking character. Today we will be learning how to draw Negasonic Teenage Warhead, step by step. She is played by Brianna Hildebrand which is an actress I never heard of before but I do feel that she did an excellent jog portraying her comic book character. Once thing I will say, the comic book version of Negasonic Teenage Warhead looks way different then the character in the movie. The comic book version is so much cooler because of the hair, clothing and personality, but I do understand that the movie has to be based on reality so it's acceptable. Anyways, drawing Negasonic Teenage Warhead shouldn't be too bad. I tried to make the lesson as easy as possible while keeping it cool and exciting. If you have seen the movie, you will love the lesson. I will return with some other lessons so don't go anywhere too far.