Spider-Man (Classic Comic Version) Tutorial

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I’ve had this channel for two years without a classic SPIDER-MAN tutorial!? Absurd!

Well, that’s about to change.

Over the years, artists have put their own spin on the classic Spider-Man look. From the elongated little eyes by Steve Ditko to the big, insect-like ones by Todd McFarlane. There’s variations on the armpit webbing, the hue of the blue part of the costume, the spider emblem in both the front and the back, it’s all slightly different. But the basics remain the same. White eyes. Red and blue costume. Red boots.

When you have such an iconic design, there’s no need to change it.

In all the movies I think the costume in Amazing Spider-Man 2 is the best and most comic-accurate. So I based this tutorial around that design.

The hardest part of doing any Spider-Man drawing is the webbing. I give you some tips in this tutorial on how to do it right. Practice is key. Learn how the webbing pattern flows over the muscles. It’s not all uniform.

Anyway, enjoy!

Happy drawing,

P.S. If you’re looking for a Spider-Man: Homecoming version, wait till a week or two before the movie comes out — so about mid- or late June.


Bitten by a radioactive spider, high school student Peter Parker gained the speed, strength and powers of a spider. Adopting the name Spider-Man, Peter hoped to start a career using his new abilities. Taught that with great power comes great responsibility, Spidey has vowed to use his powers to help people.

Source: http://marvel.com/characters/54/spider-man


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I’m a schoolteacher who has always loved to draw. One day, one of my students said, “Can you teach me how to draw Baymax from Big Hero Six?” Thus, the channel was born! I’m a big nerd who loves comic books, action figures, and movies. I live in the USA, but I’m actually Filipino-Canadian.

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