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Comic Book Heroes Pose Pack

Comic Book Heroes Pose Pack

Comic book heroes pose pack
Comic book heroes pose pack by RAM

I am now offering a pose pack on my Gumroad. These poses will be mainly in a mannequin style like you see above to help with your drawing process. This will be a full collection of all my comic book poses that I have created and refined over the years, as well as many new ideas that I have planned.

This set will include action poses such as running, flying, punching, kicking, lifting objects, etc. And I will be creating poses with two or more characters as well. It will also include basic poses such as eating dinner at a table, having a conversation, and hand gestures. These often get overlooked in these types of packs and are just as important to telling a great story.

You can sign up for the Ram Studios Comics newsletter and get some free poses each month but for this full collection head over to my Gumroad here – https://gum.co/UJaJe

By getting the pose pack now you will lock in at a lower price. I will be adding more poses as they are created and the price will increase over time as the pack gets larger. So act now and save some coin in the process. It also helps me to know how many people find value in this product and to dedicate my time accordingly. These poses are in a PSD format and the lineart is on its own layer. Other formats will be available soon.

Thank you for supporting my work and good luck with your comics!

Robert A. Marzullo

Ram Studios Comics


Step by Step Drawing Lessons

Step by Step Drawing Lessons

step by step drawing of batman's mask
Batman’s mask Step by step Drawing Tutorial

Here is a quick step by step drawing of Batman’s mask.  This character is a great way to test your level of drawing.  He is very recognizable so the mistakes will be easy to spot.  I always revisit popular characters for that reason.  And they are just fun to draw.  I will be doing lots of these so as I get them uploaded there will probably be a gallery or something dedicated to them.  You can also make requests so that if and when I get some time I can create them.

This is the way that I have always gotten better at my drawings.  I want to show other artists that this can be a great way to learn complex drawings for comics.  By breaking down the simple parts like this, you can make those tough drawings easier to accomplish.  That’s how I do it anyways.

Drawing Muscular Arms Step by Step Tutorial
Drawing Muscular Arms Step by Step Tutorial

And of course we can’t forget about the guns!  Can’t have superheroes without big muscly arms. 😉  I will also be adding some more step by step drawing lessons on proportions as well.  That is another sticky topic area for most of us.  I constantly struggle with them myself.  One of the reasons I like to create these is that I get better with my own artwork as I am sharing these with my fellow artists.  Everyone wins that way!

So make sure to check back real soon for more step by step drawing lessons.  Share this blog post if you find it helpful and informative.  I need lots of feedback to make this site work for everyone.  More of these are on the way and let me know if you have any questions.  Good luck with your art!

Robert A. Marzullo                                                                                                      Ram Studios Comics                             www.gumroad.com/robertmarzullo