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Monday, January 18, 2010

How to draw Batgirl comics

How to draw batgirl comics step by step and video tutorial.


Here is another how to draw and sketch comics characters tutorial, Batgirl.


A bit about Batgirl, Batgirl is the name of several fictional characters appearing in comic books published by DC Comics, frequently depicted as female counterparts to the superhero Batman. Originally created by Bob Kane and Sheldon Moldoff, the first incarnation of the character, the "Bat-Girl" Betty Kane, debuted in Batman #139 (1961) as the sidekick to Batwoman. Following the promotion of Julius Schwartz to editor of the Batman-related comic book titles in 1964, the Bat-Girl character was removed from publication (along with Batwoman) and replaced by the "new" Batgirl Barbara Gordon, police commissioner James Gordon's daughter, in 1967. The new character was introduced in Gardner Fox and Carmine Infantino's Detective Comics #359, entitled "The Million Dollar Debut of Batgirl".


The Barbara Gordon version of Batgirl made regular appearances in DC comics from 1967 to 1988. The official retirement of Batgirl took place in Batgirl Special #1 (June 1988), which was published a few months after Barbara Gordon's shooting by The Joker in the graphic novel Batman: The Killing Joke (March 1988). Editor Kim Yale and comic book author John Ostrander later reinvented Barbara Gordon as Oracle, the premier information broker of the DC Comics Universe and leader of the Birds of Prey organization.


It been almost a week since I post something. I just got a Mac! And this is my first post using a Mac mini. :) I like it a lot, but I still do use PC for most of the time and for work. :) Anyway, now I know why most artists love Mac as their personal computer, everything about it is beautiful...interface and application cosmetic design are very pretty.


Here is a quick Batgirl sketch:
Here are step by step drawing and sketching Batgirl:
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Watch the video tutorial How to draw Batgirl part 1 of 2


Watch Batgirl drawing part 2 of 2


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13 comments:

electronicdraw said...

u can draw a warcraft hero??? from dota???

ConnyCartoon said...

Really cool.
I'm having such big troubles with the tone part. Watching your technique helps.

C4llum said...

Great new Drawing!
I've just bought a new mac mini too! Loving it.
I see your drawing style hasn't changed at all. This drawing seems so typically you.

Have you changed software at all on your new computer? If so, I would quite like to know what you are using.

Many thanks

XIA said...

electronicdraw> ha ha, I don't know much about Warcraft hero, but I will look them up...we'll see.

ConnyCartoon> Thanks, Im glad they are helpful. Keep up the drawing. :)

C4llum> Thanks man. Yeah love the Mac too, but for the most part I use it for Xcode, Objective C and iphone SDK learning and coding. Not much else. I do most of my daily work in PC, but who knows Maybe in the future :)

yoxul said...

thanx you vry nice post alışveriş

XIA said...

yoxul> No problem. :)

David Ryley said...

I'm a mac user myself. The interface is very smooth and seamless, but for art (especially if you're using PS) it doesn't make much of a difference which operating system you use. At least I think so, keep up the good work Xia! I'm learning loads from you.

XIA said...

David> Thanks man! Yeah I would think so for PS or Painter it shouldn't be much different. I got Mac so that I could just learn how to make little iphone apps and such. Hopefully, it would get to see the light of days. The tutorial will keep rolling out...glad you find them useful. :)

Luca said...

very helpful xia, will be looking forward for more brother :)

Take care and good luck with mac!

XIA said...

Luca> Thanks brother, happy holiday! Keep up the good work! :)

Robert Trujillo/Tres said...

Fresh, thx 4 posting

XIA said...

Robert> Thx :)

dan edmondson said...

wonderful step by step ...you are very talented do you have an ebook on drawing techniques??

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