How To Draw Spiderman – Easy Step By Step Lesson

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Let’s try learning how to draw Spider Man in a more kawaii/cute style. Small details can make art like this seem a lot more complicated than it actually is.

Spider Man is our 2nd Marvel character that we’ve created a tutorial for. If you missed our last one, you can learn how to draw Iron Man.

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Did You Know?
Spider Man was first created back in August of 1962. That's a LONG time ago!
His super powers are "super strength" and spider-like abilities (climbing walls, "spider sense")


Art Supplies

Here’s a list of coloring supplies we recommend to use, however, feel free to use whatever you can find around the house!

If you are already a fan of a particular marker/coloring brand you may want to check out a few of our other guides such for popular brands such as Ohuhu markers, Artzea and Prismacolor markers.

Otherwise, just pick whatever coloring tools you have around the house (crayons, markers, pencil crayons etc.) and just have some fun!

A Few Tips Before You Start Drawing

  • Don’t worry about all the little details of Spider Man’s outfit. Focus on getting the body & head outline done first.
  • HIs eyes have thick black around them, so you’ll need to draw the eye then another outline around it and color it in black.

Let’s Draw Spiderman  – Step By Step

Step 1: Let us start by drawing Spiderman’s head. It’s like oval in shape, with a slightly squared jaw portion.
Step 2: Make Spidey’s eyes extra large with bold margins. Add a little curve stroke for the mouth, too.
Step 3: Do the outline of his shoulders and torso by following the illustration.
Step 4: Add two diagonal straight lines from his shoulders down to the waist portion – forming like a V.
Step 5: Add a slightly curved line to mark the waist.
Step 6: Form the shape of his thighs, legs, and feet. The left side is stretched out while the right side has his knee bent. See the guide arrows above.
Step 7: Complete the legs part by drawing a stretched line (not really straight) for his left thigh. Then crossing it is like a “7” shaped mark to touch the heel of his right foot.
Step 8: Draw lines on both legs to mark his boots. Follow the stroke as seen above.
Step 9: Start forming his left hand behind.
Step 10: Connect the hand to his body and add tiny finger details.
Step 11: Now, time to make his hand that shoots webs! Start drawing the hand outline as shown above, with one side touching his torso.
Step 12: Add the finger details – the pointer finger is slightly longer than the other two fingers (which can be drawn by two oval shapes).
Step 13: Add a line from the hand to the shoulder to make his arm. Draw a small curve in his palm, too.
Step 14: Draw a small spider logo on his chest. Remember that it must have eight legs!
Step 15: Time to draw the web details on his costume. Let’s start with the head.

In the middle of his eyes, draw a small circle as the starting point. Draw one straight line in the middle of his head. Add two more lines (not really straight) on each side of his face – one above each eye and the others are at the tips of his eyes.

Draw horizontal lines on the sides of his eyes, too, and four more lines to complete the bottom part of his face.
Step 16: Start weaving your webs! Draw little curves or arches from one line to the next.

Note that for the upper half of his face, your arches should be facing upwards (like u-shaped). For the bottom half, your arches are downward-facing. See illustration above.
Step 17: Let’s move to the body and boots. Start drawing lines as guide for your webs.

For the upper body – make lines only on the section where the spider logo is. Note that the lines on the sides are a bit slanted.

For the boots – the three lines should follow the position of each feet.
Step 18: Make the web pattern for his torso. The arches are in slightly downward position here.

For the boots – it’s okay to have quite straightened horizontal lines considering how his feet are positioned. Just follow the horizontal stroke you made from his boots as guide.
Step 19: Add web markings on his hands. Here, there’s no need for the usual vertical lines as guide. One to two arches are good enough for each finger.
Step 20: Color Spiderman! You are amazing!

Want More?

We’ve made a lot of tutorials on how to draw kawaii characters and objects. Great for beginners and more advanced artists. We have printable step by step instruction guides to help you learn to draw all of our tutorials.

Or maybe you want to color? We have printable kawaii coloring pages. Head on over to our coloring page section of our website to search and download them all!

Just want to download a coloring page of this specific character? Click the print button below to print off this lesson’s coloring & tracing pages.

Printable Spiderman Coloring Page

Here’s where you can download the Spiderman coloring page & step by step instructions. You can use the coloring page to practice coloring the character and the step by step instructions are great if you are not near a computer or phone and want to try this lesson out!

Click the print icon to open print options for these pages. You can also click the image and save it directly to your device.

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Download Printable Instructions: How To Draw Spiderman

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Are you interested in coloring more?

Coloring characters such as Spiderman can be A LOT of fun. Especially when they look so cute : )

If you had fun coloring this character, you may want to check out our kawaii coloring book which is available at Amazon. We also have some information on our site for more complex coloring for older kids and adults. You can check out our favorite adult coloring books and some of our top choices for color by number books for adults (which tend to be easier to start with).

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