How Do You Draw Comic Book Muscles?
Drawing muscles well is critical to creating compelling comic book art. Heroes without muscles are boring and simply fail to leap of the page and into our imaginations. The world of comic books is infused with larger than life villains and superheroes and they commonly battle using their intense physical powers. A good working knowledge of how to draw comic book muscles can greatly assist you in creating images that will keep readers turning the page to find out what action-packed sequence is next. Draw the parts of the body in cylinders to create a basic frame for the muscles. Draw the torso with a large cylinder. Create the hips with a triangular shape. Add the upper arms and lower arms with smaller, shorter cylinders and make sure the bottom of these cylinders is slightly smaller than the top. Do the same for the leg cylinders as well but make these larger and longer than the arms. Create the muscles with football-shaped ovals that taper to a slight point at each end. Place the shou