How to Draw the Arkham Knight, Batman Arkham Knight

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STEP 1. Start with the basic shape of the body. This determines the proportions and the posture of the body .   STEP 2. Now based on what you sketched, draw the outline of the body .   STEP 3. Following that, draw the major details .   STEP 4. Finally draw the rest of the smaller details .   STEP 5. This is going to go really fast . You only need to make two major layers of gray to give the character volume, and a third ...not so much of a layer of details . Now make the first light layer using a 2B pencil .   STEP 6. If your paper is textured , you should smudge . Smudge ONLY the shadows you made , don't go on the white parts .   STEP 7. Now , the second , dark layer . Because of the high contrast of the image, you don't need a lot of shades of grey , which makes the whole process less difficult. But because of the very high amount of details , you still have to be very meticulous . Use an 8B pencil for this part, if you don't have one, just use the darkest pencil you have.   STEP 8. Time for the details . Begin with the head and move down to the legs . Careful around the eyes , you want them to be bright . I used a 7H on the ears, to give the a scratched metal effect .   STEP 9. Move down to the chest . The right side is slightly darker than the left one . I used the 7H a lot in this drawing, it gives you a lot of control over what you're doing .   STEP 10. Now his right arm. Notice how his armor is imbedded in his jacket , thus , some parts are wrinkly and some are straight and shiny .   STEP 11. The abdominal area is a bit more complicated because of all the belts .Use a mechanical 2B if you have one, if not just use a normal 2B but sharpen it very often .   STEP 12. Now shade the other arm and the lower part of the body .   STEP 13. The background is optional. I tried to make a few buildings in perspective . First you make an escape point , which is a point in which all the length axes intersect . Then you draw a grill of squares and sketch the building based on the axes .   STEP 14. You can make as many buildings as you want. I tried to keep it as simple as possible, so the background doesn't distract the viewers attention from the subject .   Step 1. Step 2. Step 3. Step 4. Step 5. Step 6. Step 7. Step 8. Step 9. Step 10. Step 11. Step 12. Step 13. Step 14.