How to Draw a Muscle Man

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As his name suggests, you'll want to focus most of your attention on the muscles when drawing a muscle man. Draw a muscle man with help from an artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name's Jessica, and I'm an artist. And today, we're going to draw a muscle man. So, when we do the muscle man, his head is, like, not that important, kind of small compared to the muscles. The muscles are the thing here. So, he's got just a little bit of a neck, if any neck at all, and just these giant muscles that come out. And, basically, you just draw muscles on top of muscles. You can just go crazy with this part. And, his arms are going to kind of wrap around, it's kind of hard for him to bend his arms, because they're so muscle-y. And, he's got these, like, four arms even that are really muscular, and he's got these little hands that he uses just really for lifting weights. And, he's got this kind of small chest, right? Or, the torso is small, but he's got these giant pecs here. And, in addition, he's got lots of stomach muscles that come out. Kind of a six pack, or, what have you, or 12 pack, or however many packs. And then, the bottom here, his, like, little waist area is very tiny. That's not important. Move on to the leg muscles, and the leg muscles all kind of just overlap. So, those are the thighs, they come into the additional thigh part here. And then, the knee, and the shins, and his legs, like that. And, really just go crazy, and just, you can draw some lines to show those muscles are really bulging and quivering. And, we'll put a little dumbbell in his hand here. We'll put one in each hand, because he is really into lifting weights. And, we'll just give him a little short haircut, because he keeps his hair short so it doesn't get caught in his weightlifting equipment. And, that is how you draw a muscle man.

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