Draw DEADPOOL | Step by Step Tutorial – Easiest Method

Draw DEADPOOL | Step by Step Tutorial – Easiest Method

hey guys! I am backwith the complete step-by-step tutorial of Deadpool drawing, as promised First of all I would like to thank you all for your awesome response on time lapse video it really means a lot to me I recorded each and every step in this video and it was really an awesome experience for me and I hope it will turn out well for you guys so without any further delay let’s get started this specific sketch I am going to use these four types of pencils if you don’t have these specific pencils you can use a little darker or a light shade for example if you don’t have this 3B
pencil you can use a 4B pencil or 2b pencil it’ll work the same so let’s start by drawing a perfect outline with B pencil I already drew this simple outline to minimize the time duration of this tutorial and I use great technique for all of my artworks now add some base shade in this portion using the same B pencil make sure keep the pressure constant on the pencil during shading now blend this shade using a brush
or a tissue paper now take your 3b pencil and add some
darker shade on this left portion of the head and blend the shade let’s darken these outlines
using a B pencil I’m using this mechanical pencil because I hate sharpening the tip again
and again if you have a mechanical pencil you can use it for this purpose or if you are using a wooden graphite pencil you will have to keep the tip
sharp during this whole process moving on to the eyes make sure to keep
the proportion of the eyes perfect okay as we are done with the fine outlines let’s fill this left eye patch with 7B pencil make sure to leave some space for
highlights repeat the same process on the right side now blend both the shades with dry brush technique don’t choose tissue paper here
on the dark shdes Ok let’s add some
highlights on these eye patches I am using a tombow mono zero eraser
for this purpose if you don’t have this eraser you can make one at home click this “i” button here after this video so we are done with the highlights let’s add some shades in the corner of the eyes you don’t have to use a pencil here
just take a small brush and blend the shade around the corners and here you go okay let’s add some base shade on this
right side using a 3B pencil make sure to darken the shade on this
lower part by increasing the pressure on the pencil now blending the shade with the dry brush
technique now take your 7b pencil and darken the
outline of the finger ok lets add some base shades with B pencil you have to make this shape of nose
with shading now take your five a pencil and add some
shade on this lower part and blend the shade now take 7b pencil and fill half of the
finger with a darker shade then take your B pencil or mechanical
pencil and add this type of textures in the finger you don’t have to be precise
in this case just add some random textures like this and it will look cool now shade the portion using B pencil you can also draw this outline if you want but we will shade it after the swords and bag so moving on to the swords portion draw a simple outline first with any pencil you want make sure to keep the lines
straight or you can use a scale if you want now add some darker shade in the middle
part using 7b pencil and add some lighter shade on the left side you can also use 5B pencil for this shade now add some highlight in the
middle part of the handle but make sure to keep it dull repeat the same process on the other one now add some highlights on the tips
after shading it lightly okay let’s make an outline for the bag
and fill it with seven B pencil now draw some outlines with 7B pencils
as you can see in this video okay let’s add some shade in the
shoulders using 5b pencil and blend the shade with a dry brush now add some highlights on the edges
using tombow mono or any sharp tip eraser you have repeat the same shading techniques for bag now make some outlines for the gloves
using a 3B or B pencil adding some shadows on each finger now add some base shade using a 7b pencil now make these lines darker with 7b
pencil and also darken the shadows now blend the shade with a brush
remember don’t use a tissue or blending stump on this darker shade now add some
highlights on the edges using a sharp tip eraser and here you go I’ve invested so much
time making this video for you and it will be a really big help if you share
it with your friends and give it a big thumbs up also don’t forget to share
your suggestions for next superhero drawing Thank you so much for watching and Have a nice day !

70 thoughts on “Draw DEADPOOL | Step by Step Tutorial – Easiest Method

  1. Heyoo i Loved it as usual and sketched frame by frame ^^ Could you please show us one day in the future how to see textures in a photo and convert it into a graphite drawing as well as how different certain textures can be? I had to Draw a young girl with freckles but i dont quiet get it how to make them look realistic. I really thank you for all of your effort and its fun to follow your instructions. Have a nice day.

  2. Thanks brother… ๐ŸŽŠ๐ŸŽŠ
    ..can you make a camera setup vlog…… Or studio vlog where you draw…everything…

  3. Grid lines and outline ke upar ak video banavo na plz….
    (Subscribers if u want a video on this topic hit like)

  4. You are amazing! I've discovered your page only 3 days ago and wow! Enjoying the videos so much.

  5. How great sir.can you make the sketch of the incredible hulk for me.๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Šโ˜บโ˜บโ˜บโ˜บโ˜บโ˜บโ˜บ

  6. This is so awesome!! And your videos make it seem even more easier. Please do a wonder woman tutorial next time!

  7. Haider, This is absolutely amazing. Can you please do a tutorial on a hyperrealistic portrait. A lot of your subscribers want to see a full tutorial on a hyperrealistic portrait. Thanks from Canada

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