March 02, 2022 3 min read
Batman has always seemed the most realistic superhero – if you can use that phrase. It almost seems like he is simply a bored man with way too much money!
Whether you call him The Dark Knight or The Caped Crusader, this superhero has captured the hearts and minds of people across the globe for generations.
1. Batman’s First well-known TV performance appeared in the 1966 TV show simply named Batman. This ran for an astonishing 120 episodes until it stopped in 1968. His first TV appearance was actually in 1943.
2. The fear mongering city of Gotham actually landed its name simply from the writer randomly choosing a jeweler named Gotham Jewelers in a telephone directory.
3. Over the years, Batman’s main rivals have been the infamous Joker, the Riddler, the Penguin, Poison Ivy, the Scarecrow, and the lesser known Mr. Freeze and Clayface.
4. In one series of Batman comics, Bruce Wayne and Catwoman actually got betrothed and had a child, the Huntress or Helena.
5. At the Canadian University of Victoria, you can enroll into a course designed to explore the life of Batman. The course is called “The Science of Batman.”
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Step 1. We start the drawing by using lines and circles to outline the body figures of the heroes. (Pencil B)
Step 2. Next step, based on the construction lines, draw the contours of the torsos and heads, as well as outline the arms. (Pencil B)
Step 3. We emphasize more details on the head. We also draw the shape of the hands, cape and outline the arms. (Pencil B)
Step 4. Remove all unnecessary construction lines and draw details. such as: faces, hands and costume details. (Pencil B)
Step 5. Remove the remaining guidelines and draw the background (lines of houses and smoke). (Pencil B)
Step 6. Next, let's move on to hatching. To begin with, we make a general tone on the black elements of the picture. (Pencil B)
Step 7. Take a pencil with great softness and start working on these black elements. To create volume with the help of hatching. (Pencil 5B)
Step 8. Next, we move on to working out the remaining details on the figures. For this we take a pencil with less softness, since the tone will be lighter. (Pencil 3B)
Step 9. The last step is to work on the background. Make small shadows to add volume, for this we use the same pencil as in the previous step. (Pencil 3B)
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