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How to draw and paint Iron Man video tutorial

Digital painting tutorial Ironman.  Drawing and sketching Iron Man movie for manga, cartoon and comics. Learn how to draw mecha male hero character: Ironman video tutorial.
More info about How to draw and paint: learn from basic sketching to finish drawing quick concept for comics cartoon illustration, manga, anime.
Quick and easy drawing and sketching instruction, constructed and draw ironman face and body: Torso, head.


これは、非常に高速なビデオ:私は2つの部分に分割することやオーディオのナレーション後に置く。しかし今のところ、ビデオを楽しむ。 :) : )
This is a really fast video demo: I will split it into two part and put audio narration later. But for now, enjoy the video. :)

Here is the final pic (click to enlarge)

Here is the video process:

If you are interested in a more little more basic FREE art instruction video online of superheroes drawing go watchHow to draw Fantastic 4 Susan Storm (basic comics style drawing with pose), How to draw Batgirl comics, and watch How to draw comics superhero spiderman, and my How to draw comics character Hulk, it also has coloring or paint over tutorial. Also the new arrival video tutorial, How to draw Captain America and draw comics girl Emma Frost.

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Photoshop Tutorial:
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Anonymous said…
Coolest Picture I have ever seen, makes me want to see this really bad once it comes out on May 2nd. Keep it up!
idrawgirls said…
Thank you for your kind words.
Anonymous said…
awesome drawing skill... Iron Man was practically flawless as a super hero flick; it drops pretty obvious hints that would indicate a sequel as well...
Anonymous said…

Thank you so much for all the information you provide.

Truly inspiring!!!
Anonymous said…
I am officially inspired by you. I'd almost abandoned my tablet for a long time, but then I saw this tutorial and now I've tried drawing lots of things.

Your artwork is just... insane!

I love what you do, and how you do it <3
vky said…
a quick question ? I have intuos 3 (6x8) and a wacom bamboo in mind... can i know is the wacom bamboo any good ? what about comparison to the wacom intuos 3 ? If it's not making a huge different then im gonna safe some money and just get the wacom bamboo.... im a full time commercial photographer and im picking up the speed painting too...
idrawgirls said…
Patrick> Yes, I am positive there will be Ironman II

Anonymous> Thanks, I do what I can.

Anomymous> Thanks brother, now it's about time to pick your tablet up again and do some cool stuff! :)

vky> You are a Pro so buying a tablet is an investment. Especially if you are doing speedpainting...then might do matte painting later (since you are a Photographer). Well, if i were you I will get the intuo 3 9x12. Bamboo are for beginers or kids or someone who is not going to get serious in the creative profession. Go for it! I use intuos 2 and 3. (work and home)
vky said…
xia.. what is the advantage of 9x12 compared to the 6x8 ? I have a hard time deciding, maybe because i didnt have a chance to try it in real life.

idrawgirls said…
vky> Sorry, my mistake...9x12 is the size of my sketch book, but 6x8 is my Wacom tablet. 6x8 should be good enough for all kind of jobs. :)
vky said…
alright.. thanx for helping me on the decision xia... keep painting bro
C4llum said…
Amazing tutorial. It's one of my favourites! I've tried making it too and it came out ok, and it's on my blog. Thanks a lot for your help.

Just wondering though, how long did it take you to draw this?

idrawgirls said…
vky> you are welcome!

C4llum> This one is not really a tutorial, it's just something I did for fun. It took me about an hour or two if I can remember...just some practice lighting..and things using ref. :)
Anonymous said…
oh my god, thats raw talent dude. fair play :)
idrawgirls said…
Anonymous> I wish it was raw talent and I could just whoop it up without practice. Too bad there is no such thing, it's all practice and ton of drawing practice...though I've slacking in the past couple years...
Heartofdorkness said…
I like this painting, but I have gotten so used to the way you draw now that I couldn't tell it was you drawing. The way you approached it is very different from your recent ones.
idrawgirls said…
@Heartofdorkness Yeah, it probably changes slightly little bit. But mostly the core process are pretty much similar.