How to Draw Carnage
In this drawing guide, we are going to tell you how to draw Carnage. As you know, this is one of the creepiest villains in Marvel universe.
Firstly, we sketch out the outlines of the torso and head of our villain. Although Carnage has a rather creepy appearance, his physique is not much different from that of an average, athletic middle-aged man. Therefore, we outline the contours of the head, chest and torso with the same proportions as that of an ordinary man.
Notice that the torso is tilted slightly to our right.
The position of the limbs tends to have a profound effect on posture. In our drawing, Carnage has a fairly dynamic pose. This is expressed by uneven bending of the arms and legs, as in our sample.
It’s time to add some more details, isn’t it? In this step, we will connect the pelvis and chest using two smooth lines. As a result, we should get a figure that gradually tapers downward and forms the waist. And already now we can see some strange features in the appearance of our stickman. We are talking about a long, elongated lower jaw. Let’s outline this.
Let’s continue working with the baselines of the Carnage shape. In this step, we will outline the arms of this villain using drawn cylinders and balls. The hands appear as irregularly shaped, asymmetrical polygons. Pay attention to the ratio of the widths of the hands, large joints and forearms.
Let’s repeat the same action, but now with the lower limbs. Avoid overly strong and visible extensions. Notice the smooth tapering of each leg distally. Feet have different shapes due to the peculiarities of the angle and posture.
Our character has a basic silhouette, we perfectly represent his pose, which means we can start working with details. As you know, we prefer to move from top to bottom, that is, from head to feet. Therefore, in this step we sketch out the outlines of the typically villainous eyes, which look like two slits with a significant curvature. You shouldn’t paint too wide eyes. Pay attention to the distance between the eyes.
The second, lower part of the face is formed by a large mouth with many sharp, shark teeth. It looks pretty creepy, doesn’t it? Let’s draw this.
Let’s draw the final outlines of the torso. To do this, we will repeat the lines that connect the chest and pelvis, and also draw the outlines of the muscles of the torso. By the way, we have a special guide on how to draw a male torso, do not forget to drop by to make it easier for you to complete this task.
Now we will draw the final outlines of the hands. Avoid too sharp bends and too wide shapes. Try to stick to the layout from the first steps.
Another gruesome detail of Carnage’s appearance is the long fingers that turn into sharp claws. As you remember, Carnage is able to change the contours of his body, however, he prefers just such an appearance. He’s a pretty creepy guy.
So we continue the guide on how to draw Carnage. In this step we will draw the final outlines of the legs. Follow the outlines from the first steps and outline the outlines of the knee joints. Try to keep it slim and graceful.
In this step, we will outline the outlines of our villain’s feet. Add the necessary curves and curves to your sketch from the first steps. Don’t forget the pointy claws.
Oh yes, that scary Carnage costume. Spider-Man had a hard time fighting this guy. Let’s sketch elements of a live costume that look like grape vines.
This is a great time to take a look at our work in general. In this step, we check the proportions of the picture as a whole and evaluate individual areas. If you haven’t identified any problems, you can proceed to the final step. You can correct all found errors with light lines and an eraser.
As you know, Carnage has a bright red color. In different comics, his creepy costume has had different shades of red. So let’s paint our villain red. If you want, you can add small areas of shadow. Don’t forget the bright white teeth and eyes.
So we have finished the guide on how to draw Carnage. We love comics and we hope that among you, dear readers, there are also many comic fans. Don’t forget to write to us about how well your drawing turned out. We are waiting for your feedback!
This was so easy! And even thought it was easy the final picture was fantastic!
Loved this drawing lesson.