When we think about our childhood and today’s generation of kids, we often remember cartoons, animations, and comic books.
Most of us were lucky enough to get our hands at least once on a friend’s comic book and dive into that imaginary universe of superheroes saving the world from the most ill-intentioned antagonists.
For some of us, such stories bring nostalgia, motivation, and fantasy into our lives, and we love sharing these superhero stories with the younger generation of teens and kids.
Superhero stories may also serve as a cultural bridge between our children and us; it’s something they enjoy and want to share with us.
And since their love for the world-saving characters can be so profound sometimes (the whole room is covered with Spiderman posters, for example), why not allow them to learn how to draw and paint their favorite superheroes?
Learning how to draw from scratch can be frustrating at times. The image we have in mind is different from what our hands can scribble on paper, or we need a lot more practice to feel confident in ourselves when drawing and painting.
That is why choosing to paint your beloved animated hero can help make the process of learning more fun and motivating.
Children often aspire to be like the heroes they admire, so kids can even draw themselves in the posture and costume of their preferred character.
It could be an excellent creative project for the little ones and an opportunity for parents to get to know their kids better.
Before starting our art piece, we first have to decide which superhero we would like to make the most.
There are many heroes and heroines to choose from, and all of them are super cool and awesome, but we must take one at a time.
For those who can’t decide on a single preferred hero, we thought enumerating them would be helpful.
If you enjoy watching the Teen Titans, you can paint Robin, Cyborg, Raven, Starfire, or Beast Boy.
Or, if you are into Japanese anime, there are a lot of fantastic heroic characters like Naruto, One Punch Man, Sailor Moon or characters from My Hero Academia.
We can teach you how to draw superheroes from the Marvel universe:
Or you might like some popular superheroes from the DC Universe:
We are open to your suggestions and can’t wait to explore your ideas and tastes together in our fine art classes.
From simplistic hero drawing for beginners to more advanced superhero posters with multiple characters and great poses, we are prepared to teach anyone how to draw and paint step by step.
Our experienced instructors will go through the basics, from building a sketch, understanding shading, and values in creating three-dimensional superheroes to more advanced techniques and art mediums.
Anyone can start to learn how to draw and paint no matter their age or previous experience with artistic activities.
So teens should not be shy to give our art classes a try and learn how to make their beloved animated characters into an art piece.
Adults are also encouraged to draw their favorite childhood superheroes and reflect on those days when they had fewer worries and more time playing with imaginary universes and chats about which superpower it’s the best.