How to Draw Wolverine Faster than Drawing Blood
If you're a fan of Marvel Comics (and who isn't, duh!) then you
may want to take a crack at sketching out one of their most famous
characters. Many a budding artist wants to know how to draw Wolverine.
Many a budding artist wishes they weren't called "budding
artists" but rather "bad ass artists." It's about
time you realize that wishing for stuff doesn't make it magically
come true. If fact if you wish hard enough, then the opposite
It's called negative Karma. The more you want it, the farther
away it slips. Yet, I digress, Nietzsche tadpole. You came here
to find helpful advice on how to draw Wolverine and this is exactly
what you will not find here.
I mean who do you think I am a Marvel comic artist? I'm just
a guy who writes a website and gives out bad how-to advice. Nay,
I say, nay (I like saying "nay" even though it is for
horses). Nay, I am the worst advice giver of all time.
But, you can use this to your advantage and I'll tell you why.
If I tell you how to draw Wolverine and you do the opposite, you
will succeed. My advice is so bad that many people I advise do
just this and accomplish whatever it is they wish to accomplish.
Here's how to draw Wolverine. The steps are quick, painless and
faster than drawing blood. First, you draw a bunch of circles
and ovals in the shape of muscles. Second you give him a funky
mask. Third, you put some blades on his fists.
That's it. Of course if you want to draw Wolverine based upon
the X-men movie then you may want to give him some funky hair
and lamb chop sideburns. And of course if you came here to learn
how to draw a wolverine animal, then just draw a skunk and fill
in the white stripe on the tail with black.
Call him Pepé Le Pew-verine or something equally as silly.
So, I hope you've learned nothing by being here. Have a sad day.