Captain America (Captain America: Civil War) Drawing Tutorial

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CAPTAIN AMERICA was always one of those characters that had a costume that only looked good in the comics. Then the first movie came out, and how they turned his costume from a spandex suit to a tactical army uniform was nothing if not brilliant.

It’s a weird thing to say that I’m glad they stayed away from the classic Cap look from the comics. Fans are usually against that sort of thing. Just look at the Green Goblin from the first Spider-Man, for example. Or Batman from Batman and Robin. Or more recently, the newest Fantastic Four. Or even Iron Fist on Netflix.

Several Cap and Avengers movies later, I’d say his costume is one of the best costumes in the MCU. With the exception of his costume in the first Avengers movie (which would’ve been acceptable if we weren’t introduced to the badass stealth suit from Winter Soldier or the Age of Ultron suit) which verged on being pretty tacky.

The success of the Captain America franchise has bled into the comics, with the movie costume greatly influencing the redesign of the comic costume (Marvel NOW Cap).

Anyway, here’s the tutorial! Enjoy!

Happy drawing,

P.S. I apologize for the background noise! Lawn care workers with loud lawnmowers, hedge trimmers, weedwackers, and leafblowers happened to arrive outside, right in the middle of my tutorial.


Captain Steven “Steve” Grant Rogers is a Super Soldier World War II veteran and was the world’s first superhero. Born in Brooklyn, New York City, the young Steve Rogers suffered numerous health problems, at upon America’s entry into the Second World War, was rejected from military service despite several attempts to enlist. Determined to serve, he ultimately volunteered for a top-secret Super-Soldier program, and the frail Steve Rogers was transformed into the powerful and heroic Captain America.



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3 Responses

  1. Abhineet Rastogi
    | Reply

    can you send me photo from where you draw it please
    I have to color the cap

  2. Eve
    | Reply

    Can you please show me how to color it. Thank you.

    • ramnyt
      | Reply

      Sorry, I only do drawing tutorials.

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