, ,

Drawing the WonderWoman

Drawing WonderWoman

After double graphite/colored pencil Aquaman, I thought I would do a similar drawing of Gal Gadot/WonderWoman. Unlike Aquaman, however, I had a lot of trouble with badass WonderWoman! (Well, I should have expected it, she’s … WonderWoman after all!). Anyways, hope I did her, well, Justice!

Back to the drawing. Fist the graphite parts. That was relatively easy.

Drawing the WonderWoman/graphite parts
Drawing the WonderWoman/graphite parts

Tools I used for these black and white parts are:

– mechanical 0.5 2B pencil

– normal 3B staedtler Mars lumograph pencil

– normal 9B Lyra art design pencil

– pencil eraser

– kneaded eraser

Graphite Parts - Tools
Graphite Parts – Tools

Now the colored parts. Once again I chose the wrong kind of paper. Since I had to tackle this double black&white/colored drawing I would either choose paper that would be ideal for the colored parts, or the graphite parts. Unfortunately I chose paper for the graphite parts. (Winsor&Newton smooth surface cartridge board) And it was a nightmare trying to render her flawless skin in color.

Drawing WonderWoman - colored parts
Drawing WonderWoman – colored parts

Pencils I used for the colored parts, all faber-castell, either polychromos or Albrecht Dürer. (I like both pencils and they work the same for me. I just use whatever pencil is readily available at the local bookstore, in the small town I live in.)

– black, light chrome yellow, orange glaze, magenta, pompeian red, caput mortuum violet, walnut brown, caput mortuum, raw umber, sanguine, cinnamon, cool grey IV

Colored Parts - Tools
Colored Parts – Tools

I know, too many colors to achieve such a monochromatic effect. I will try to be more efficient next time and take a leaf out of my own book. But like I said, I had a bit of a trouble.

WonderWoman - Final Drawing
WonderWoman – Final Drawing

And a bonus font! Designed to look like the WonderWoman logo. You can download it here

That’s all folks! Keep creating!

Did you like this article? Share it!

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on email

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Articles

For questions or business inquiries

Get In Touch

You can also follow me on my social media!