Description: This was a very difficult drawing to sketch, and I can explain why. Recently, I submitted lessons on some of your favorite heroes in chibi form. Popular heroes like Spiderman, Batman, Hulk, and others, are amongst the characters I drew. As I thought about another chibi hero to draw that was from Marvel Comics, it finally hit me that doing a lesson on "how to draw chibi Iron Man", step by step, would be super cool, and extremely fun. Unfortunately, drawing out the chibi version of Iron Man was quite a task. I had a hard time getting the head or helmet drawn properly, so that it was accurate in some sort of way. I know that chibi versions are supposed to look a bit off from the real thing but, for Iron Man, the real thing was extremely hard to turn into chibi form. I think I tackled this very same lesson when I was drawing live the other day, but because it was difficult, I got frustrated and said forget it. Needless to say, I went back to the drawing board and finally finished the sketch on chibi Iron Man. Now, I present this drawing to you all, and the only difference is, it's a lesson instead of a picture. If you are a big fan of this superhero, than you will love this tutorial on “"how to draw chibi Iron Man", step by step. I have some other cool stuff for you guys coming up in the next two hours so try and sty tuned in or keep checking back now and again. Peace out people, and have a fantastic drawing day!
Description: Now, this might be a bit complex to start, just take your time, and be patient. Start by sketching out the top part of the head, or mask. Next, draw sharp cheek mounds, and then draw the shape of a square looking jawline, and chin. Lastly, draw the widened "U" shape to create the brow part of the mask, and then draw in the eyes.
Description: You will start drawing the defining lines that are within the masks make-up. Start at the forehead, and then work your way down, When you're done, you should have a well detailed chibi style Iron Man mask.
Description: Once the head is all drawn out, it's smooth sailing here on out. All you need to do for step four, is draw out the shoulders, and small chibi sized arms. The arms are drawn in three parts. This is to create the illusion of a steel or metal armor design. Once that is done you can then draw out the torso, and belly area.
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