How to Draw a WWE Superstar

Updated November 21, 2016

Drawing your favourite World Wrestling Entertainment superstar is a wonderful way to display your passion for the phenomenon. Select an image of the WWE star you want to draw and set it up nearby as inspiration. Drawing Hulk Hogan, one of the most celebrated WWE performers of all time, gives you a chance to practice your artistic skills --- and create an image of a professional wrestling legend.

Draw a large vertical oval in the centre of the paper. The oval acts as Hulk's head. Trace the outline of Hulk's upper body and midsection --- in the shape of a Knight's shield --- below the chin.

Stencil two lines off the bottom of the waist down to the knee line --- upper leg lines. Draw two short, horizontal lines at the bottom of the upper leg lines to act as the upper strap of the Hulk's boots. Trace two letter "L" shaped lines --- one facing inward and one outward --- at the shoulder line to act as flexing arms. Draw a small circle on top of each arm line to indicate clenched fists.

Lightly draw a straight line down the centre of the face. Sketch a long horizontal line across the upper 1/3 of the vertical line. Draw two short, horizontal lines --- one right above the other --- on the bottom 1/3 of the vertical line. The face marks act as tracing lines for your eyes, nose and mouth.

Trace two wide, looping upside down "U" shapes --- eyebrows --- over the upper horizontal line. Add two tiny looping right side up "U" shapes --- eyes --- that connect up into the eyebrows. Draw a slightly off-centre rectangle with curved ends between the two lower horizontal lines to act as the Hulk's wide smile.

Stencil in the Hulk's well known handlebar moustache. The moustache should drape over the upper lip of the mouth and down the sides --- in the shape of a bird's wings.

Begin tracing in the Hulk's arm and leg muscles. Get creative and bold with your sketches. Use wide and curved lines to indicate bulging biceps, triceps and forearms. Use thick egg shaped tracings for quadriceps and calf outlines. Draw in ridges for the knuckles on each hand. Trace a line across the bottom 1/3 of the torso section to give the impression of a shorts line. Finish the bottom tracing of each boot.

Shade in the eyeballs to give the Hulk a wide eyed look. Sketch a curved horizontal line across his forehead to act as a bandanna. Sketch in "U" shaped lines to act as pectoral muscles on the chest. Draw two tiny circles for the Hulk's nipples.

Finish the drawing by adding dark diagonal and curved lines to indicate abdominals, veins and depth on all parts of the skin. Colour in the skin, boots, bandanna and shorts with bold colours. Erase light tracing lines as necessary to complete the Hulk.

Things You'll Need

  • Paper
  • Pencil
  • Eraser
  • Colour pencils
  • Markers
  • Crayons
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Jeffery Keilholtz began writing in 2002. He has worked professionally in the humanities and social sciences and is an expert in dramatic arts and professional politics. Keilholtz is published in publications such as Raw Story and Z-Magazine, and also pens political commentary under a pseudonym, Maryann Mann. He holds a dual Associate of Arts in psychology and sociology from Frederick Community College.