Drawing and coloring Spiderman (Marvel vs Capcom 2 version)
First of all, I must clarify that the drawing that you are going to see next is not an original design created by me but it is based as the title of this publication says in the version of Sipderman for the Marvel vs Capcom 2 videogame, which was released at the beginning of the year 2000 for the Sega Dreamcast videogame console. Apart from all this, what motivated me to make the drawing was the design itself, as you can see in the original version, a mixture between comic and anime, something that I found fascinating, and also useful for anyone who is beginning to learn to draw on their own because it allows you to understand other drawing styles.
The realization of this work was not so easy because despite being a mixture between comic and anime, it still has elements somewhat realistic, that is, between both styles it can not be denied that the comic presents human figures with proportions closer to reality as the body shapes -especially the skull-, so the time of duration for this drawing took me a long time. Another thing that also required a lot of attention and work to be done was the character's costume since the amount of details in terms of the spider's web shapes had to be the same as the original and in exact quantities.
While I was doing this work I realized that it requires a lot of effort to create a character like this because of the level of detail it has for the above mentioned, and because of that I became desperate to finish it as soon as possible, which led me to have errors in certain areas of the drawing with the inking.
Another point against that also came to produce is that strange mixture between the colors, specifically between the red and white, something that may be because both are not of the same brand of colored pencils; the white is a Prismacolor and the red is of unknown brand.
As for the materials used we have the following:
2H pencil to design the sketch.
HB pencil to highlight the drawing.
Colored pencils: Prismacolor (black and white), Unknown brands (blue and red).
I hope you liked this work and that many of you are encouraged to draw, no matter if they are designs created by you or not because the important thing is to carry it out to practice our skills and improve them over time.
Without more to say I say goodbye and we will meet in a next installment. Until then, friends.
Note: all images were taken with my Amazon Fire 7 tablet.